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Want to be updated with important college dates and information?

 

FOR TEXT REMINDERS:

Text this number: (714) 465-4123

With the code corresponding with your class year!

 

CLASS OF 2014: @c7007

CLASS OF 2015: @sghs2015

CLASS OF 2016: @sghs2016

CLASS OF 2017: @sg2017

 

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CLASS OF 2017: sg2017@mail.remind101.com

 

HOME REPAIR PROGRAM

HRP provides repairs and non-cosmetic improvements to low-income homeowners to alleviate health and safety issues in and around their home. Repairs are provided free of cost or with a deferred payment, depending on estimated costs of needed repairs.

  • Must own a home within the HFH GLA service area
  • Household income must fall under income guidelines maximum
  • House must be owner occupied and serve as primary residence of applicant(s)
  • Home must be a single family residence, condominium/ townhome or mobile home. Multi-family residences (apartments, duplexes, etc.) are not eligible
  • Be willing to partner with HFH GLA by investing a minimum of 24 sweat equity hours
  • Homeowners must be a U. S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident
  • Veterans must provide proof of service discharge
  • *For a complete list of eligibility requirements and repairs offered, visit www.habitatla.org
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Habitat for Humanity- Opportunity to volunteer

 

 
 
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles is currently recruiting High School students for their Youth United group! This is a great opportunity for students to receive community service credit and also include on their resumes when applying to college.  
 
Students meet on the third Saturday of each month in Norwalk, September-May and help build, fundraise, advocate and outreach on behalf of HFH GLA. Students will learn teamwork, leadership, civic engagement skills and about affordable housing efforts as part of HFH GLA's YU group. 
 
Posted by: CELINA CORONA
Published: 6/12/14

ELAC's STEM Summer Academy

This is a great opportunity for freshmen attending ELAC in the Fall who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.  Apply to the program by June 20th.  Access the application below. 

Posted by: CELINA CORONA
Published: 6/12/14

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Students selected for the Peer Counseling Program 2014-15

Congrats! I look forward to working with you next year. 

Amy Barroso, Janet Carranza, Marlene Garcia, Eduardo Ruedas, Mitzi Barrientos, Isaac Jimenez,  Jasmin Miranda, Iliana Delgado, Stephany Lira, Mauro Renteria, O'Brian Santos, Karen Amenero, Laura Diaz, Isaac Uribe, Martha Martinez, Veronica Flores, John Varela, Francisco Villegas, Emily Amezcua, Stephanie Arroyo, Bianca Gudino, Alejandra Magdaleno, Jocelyn Ruiz, Itzel Jimenez, Liliana Jimenez, Edgardo Soto.

Participation in a 1-week training is mandatory or you will be dropped from the program.

 It will take place at South Gate High School from July 21-25, 2014 from 8am-2:30pm.  Any questions or concerns,  send me an e-mail at cmc6980@lausd.net .

SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

 

The city and county of Los Angeles offer summer youth work programs to students who live in the City of Los Angeles.

The youth eligibility for the summer work program is as follows:

  1. Be 14-24 years old
  2. Live in the City of Los Angeles
  3. Student's family must meet the low income criteria or receive public assistance or you are a foster child or homeless
  4. Must have the right to work in the U.S.

Apply at: http://hirelayouth.com/syepapplication/intro.html

The majority of summer work will be between July 1st and August 8th. For those students who live outside the City of Los Angeles, more info will be sent later on how they can participate in the program.

STANFORD UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAMS

At Summer Institutes, students ages 14-17 will engage in 3-4 week intensive study single-subject courses.  Courses in areas ranging from biotechnology to entrepreneurship.

At Summer College, students from around the world ages 16-19 will choose from more than 125 college courses in 30 academic departments, earning undergraduate course credit and an official Stanford University transcript. 

Financial Aid is limited so apply ASAP!

To learn more about both programs and their application process, visit: http://spcs.stanford.edu/explore

YOUTH LEADERSHIP FORUM FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

DEVELOP YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND LEARN HOW TO REACH YOUR ACADEMIC, CAREER, AND INDEPENDENCE GOALS. TALK TO POLUCY MAKERS AND EDUCATE THEM ON WAYS THEY CAN IMPROVE THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.

THE FORUM IS HELD: JULY 21-25, 2014 IN SACRAMENTO, CA

TO ACCESS APPLICATION, VISIT http://www.dor.ca.gov/YLF