South County Cal-SOAP Orientation

Join us for FREE college workshops Saturday, September 28th, 8:15am - 3pm, located at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill.

South County Cal-SOAP invites all K-12 students, parents, and staff to join us in our mission of creating educated communities, one student at a time. We are offering an extensive list of workshops, you may choose three that interest you. Please join us for a Day of College Knowledge!

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Start Time
08:15 AM
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Finish Time
03:00 PM
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Address
Live Oak High School
1505 E Main Ave,
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Session I

Freshmen Year Road To College: Inform Freshmen of the requirements needed to get to college. An overview of what 9th graders should be doing each month of their Freshman year.
Junior Year Road To College: Information for 11th graders about college requirements: A-G, SAT/ACT, personal statements. Provide information on how to prepare for their senior year and how to choose a college.
Senior Year Road to College: Learn about the senior year requirements to making college happen. Senior Year Calendar Overview and Checklist, College Info and List, Essays, Financial Aid To Dos.
Senior Year Road to College: Learn about the senior year requirements to making college happen. Senior Year Calendar Overview and Checklist, College Info and List, Essays, Financial Aid To Dos.
Who can afford college? We all can, with a little help from the FAFSA, the Dream Act, and expert financial aid advice from our friends at Gavilan Community College.
How would you like to be a doctor? A lawyer? A principal? A firefighter? An engineer? Come and learn about multiple career options from professionals themselves and start thinking about your future.
PSAT/NMSQT & SAT - Why a school-wide initiative? How does it benefit our staff and students? Learn everything you want to know about why students should take these exams and what their scores mean.
"Why Won't They Just Engage, Attach, and Learn?" Student disengagement and underachievement in adolescence is a challenge for parents, families, educators. Gain education and insight into adolescent psycho-social development.
Want to Play College Sports? Come learn about initial NCAA Academic & Athletic Eligibility and how to find opportunities to play college sports. Roseanne Oty, San Jose State University (SJSU) Director of Compliance, Julian Jenkins, Former Stanford and NFL Alumnus, Current Recruiting Coach

Session II

Freshmen Year Road To College: Inform Freshmen of the requirements needed to get to college. An overview of what 9th graders should be doing each month of their Freshman year.
Junior Year Road To College: Information for 11th graders about college requirements: A-G, SAT/ACT, personal statements. Provide information on how to prepare for their senior year and how to choose a college.
College representatives will share information on the 4 systems of higher education; UC, CSU, CC and Private University. This workshop will help you determine your path to higher education.
Who can afford college? We all can, with a little help from the FAFSA, the Dream Act, and expert financial aid advice from our friends at Gavilan Community College.
How would you like to be a doctor? A lawyer? A principal? A firefighter? An engineer? Come and learn about multiple career options from professionals themselves and start thinking about your future.
“I’m Going to College” is designed to create an awareness of higher education opportunities in elementary school children. A 7-hour pre-college program curriculum designed for 5th graders is presented in 5th grade classrooms and culminates with an “IGTC Adventure” at a local college campus where they are welcomed as honorary college students.
How does a Bank work? What is important when you need to borrow money? What is the difference between a debit card and a credit card? Let us help you understanding how the banking system works and what you need to prepare for your future.

Session III

College representatives will share information on the 4 systems of higher education; UC, CSU, CC and Private University. This workshop will help you determine your path to higher education.
During this workshop, an overview of DACA will be provided. Implications of the 2017 decision by President Trump as well as litigation updates to preserve DACA will be presented.
How would you like to be a doctor? A lawyer? A principal? A firefighter? An engineer? Come and learn about multiple career options from professionals themselves and start thinking about your future.
“I’m Going to College” is designed to create an awareness of higher education opportunities in elementary school children. A 7-hour pre-college program curriculum designed for 5th graders is presented in 5th grade classrooms and culminates with an “IGTC Adventure” at a local college campus where they are welcomed as honorary college students.
"Why Won't They Just Engage, Attach, and Learn?" Student disengagement and underachievement in adolescence is a challenge for parents, families, educators. Gain education and insight into adolescent psycho-social development.
How does a Bank work? What is important when you need to borrow money? What is the differnce between a debit card and a credit card? Let us help you understanding how the banking system works and what you need to prepare for your future.

Student Panel and Closing

College Student Panel discussing their experience in the 4 systems of higher education.
South County Cal-SOAP Orientation on Saturday, September 28th
¡Talleres GRATIS para  Asistir a la Universidad! Sábado, 28 de Septiembre del 2019
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