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College and Career Center

Career Center Staff


Career & College Guidance Coordinator

Brenda Magaña

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2862

Career Guidance Technician

Irma Saenz

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2863

ROP Technician

Mary Salcedo

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2866

Tuesdays  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

ROP Technician

Felipa Perez

(626) 286-3141 Ext. 2866

Thursdays  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

RHS Ed Advisors

Steve Pham

7:30-3:30 p.m.

Desire Mendez 

8:00-4:00 p.m.

Trio Talent Search Advisor

Adriana Cervantes

Trio Upward Bound Advisor

Gabby Perez

CSULA Ambassador

Francisco Romero

Cal Soap Rio Hondo College  Ambassador

Marlon Sanchez

Pasadena City College Relations Specialist

Alan De La Vara

(626) 585-7266


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  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.                                                                                       




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 


*Mitchell and Crunk Adoption Scholarship 

DEADLINE: May 31st, 2018

AWARD: $500



*Fisher and Talwar scholarship

DEADLINE:  November 15th, 2018.

AWARD:  $1,000



Scholarship Search Websites


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Check our website , for a list of private scholarships and additional information regarding AB 540.


 Scholarships Open to Students Regardless of Immigration Status