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College and Career Center

Career Center Staff

 

Career & College Guidance Coordinator

George Reyes

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2862

george.reyes@emuhsd.org

Career Guidance Technician

Irma Saenz

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2863

irma.saenz@emuhsd.org

ROP Technician

Mary Salcedo

mary.salcedo@emuhsd.org

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2866

Tuesdays  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

ROP Technician

Felipa Perez

felipa.perez@emuhsd.org

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2866

Thursdays  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Trio Talent Search Advisor

Angie Alvarez

axalvarez@pasadena.edu

(626) 765-1325

Trio Upward Bound Advisor

Stephan McGrue

stephanmcgrue@aol.com

(626) 831-2720

CSULA Ambassador

Nicholas Carrillo

nxcarrillo7@gmail.com

(323) 387-8101

Rio Hondo College Ambassador

Eder Flores

Pasadena City College Relations Specialist

Alan De La Vara

ADDELAVARA@pasadena.edu

(626) 585-7266

 

Welcome

Hello Panthers! I would like to welcome you to Rosemead High School's College and Career Center Website. Over the next semester we will be adding lots of great information that can help you explore various college and career opportunities. Check out College Corner, Scholarships, and Rosemead High School's Senior Checklist below.

George Reyes, RHS College and Career Coordinator

Senior Checklist

Please click here to view Rosemead High School's Senior Checklist: Senior Checklist 9:4:14.docx 

The links function so you may download the checklist and go to any website listed on the checklist simply by clicking on the link.

 

Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIP “BEWARE” TIPS:

  1. “Guaranteed or money back.”
  2. “Can’t get this info anywhere else.”
  3. “May I have credit card or deposit to hold.”
  4. “Well do all the work for you.”
  5. “Scholarship will cost money.”
  6. “Finalist in a contest you never entered.”

College Board: The Facts on Scholarships

  • You should never pay for a scholarship search. There are many free ones.
  • Organizations like businesses, clubs and churches usually fund private scholarships for students who belong to a certain group or meet certain requirements.
  • These institutions want the funds to go to qualified students. They don't keep the money a secret.
  • If you have to pay money to get money, it's probably a scam.

 

CELEBRATE SUCCESS EDUCATION AWARDS

Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost is offering four awards:  Going Green Environmental Program, Student Art Contest, Why Education Matters Essay Contest, and Education For All Photography Contest.  To apply for any of these awards go to www.fagenfriedman.com/foundation

 

EL MONTE/ARCADIA CIVITAN CLUB

The El Monte/Arcadia Civitan Club is a non-profit service organization with a special focus on helping those with disabilities.  We are offering a $500 Scholarship to a local high school senior who plans to attend a college or a trade school after graduation.  Applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered.   If you are interested come to the Career Center for an application.

Deadline:  May 6, 2016 

 

FATHER COFFIELD/JOE VENEGAS SCHOLARSHIP

The purpose of this scholarship is to select one student from each of the 6 schools in the EMUHSD to receive a $100.00 award to be used towards college/university of vocational school.  You will be honored at your school for your at accomplishment at an assembly.  Also, La Historia Museum wants to use your story in a future edition of "Cuentos de El Monte".  Your story will help us preserve events you have lived through.  To apply for any of these awards to to www.lahistoriasociety.org. or come to the Career Center for more info.

Deadline: April, 29 2016

 

AJ WANG FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The Scholarship Fund is awarded to high school senior students with the greatest financial need and satisfactory academic attending (2.5) GPA and completion of a high school diploma).  It is targeting students from non-traditional home settings, those who have overcome obstacles to be graduated from high schools, and first generation college attendees.  To apply go to http://www.ajwangfoundation.com, or come to the Career Center for more information.

Deadline:  June 1st of each year

 

FATHER COFFIELD/JOE VENEGAS SCHOLARSHIP/LA HISTORIA SOCIETY MUSEUM

is offering a $100.00 award to be used towards a two-year A.A. degree, a four-year BA/BS degree, or vocational certificate at an accredited school. If you need an application come to the Career Center.

Deadline:  April 29,2016

                                                                                                  

F3 STUDENT AWARDS

The F3 Education Awards Program offers a series of education awards for students attending California public schools. F3 is committed to support and celebrate public education's success.  For further scholarship criteria go to F3AWARDS.ORG 

 

NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (NROTC)  SCHOLARSHIP

The NROTC Scholarship Program offers students the opportunity to earn their degree and receive valuable leadership and management skills while enjoying the benefits of an exciting career.  To apply and to view further scholarship criteria go to: https://www.nrotc.navy.mil

 

 

 


NON-U.S. CITIZEN SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 

 MALDEF

Check our website http://www.maldef.org , for a list of private scholarships and additional information regarding AB 540.

 

 Scholarships Open to Students Regardless of Immigration Status

http://www.finaid.ucsb.edu/Media/Documents/ScholarshipsOpenToStudentsRegardlessOfImmigrationStatus.pdf

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