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Counseling

Counseling Department

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South San Francisco High School Counseling Department:

 

Marion Shine - Last Names: A- Gaq & Special Education Program

Daniel Flores -  Last names: Gar-N & AVID

Christian Navarro - Last names:O-Z & English Language Learners

Jeanne George - Intervention Counselor

Jackie Belli - College and Career Technician

Janet Ramirez- Counseling Intern

Esperanza Flores-Aguayo- Counseling Intern

 

Counseling News and Notes

9/20/16


 

When: Friday, October 7, 2016

 

Where: South San Francisco High School, 400 B Street South San Francisco, CA 94080

 

Time: 9:30am-12:57pm

 

10:20am-12:22pm - Panel in auditorium - Attending representatives will begin with a 3-5 minute brief informational panel.  This format allows you to reach more students, as this will be hosted in the school auditorium.

 

12:27pm- 12:57pm - Open Forum with tables in Quad - this will give you the opportunity to engage in conversations with representatives and ask questions!

 

Below are representatives that will be joining us!

 

Community Colleges

  • Cañada College
  • College of San Mateo
  • Skyline College
  • Skyline College Workforce
  • City College of San Francisco

4-Years

  • Notre Dame University
  • Holy Names University
  • UC Santa Cruz
  • UC Merced
  • San Francisco State University

 

Private Independent

  • FIDM
  • Universal Technical Institute
  • Northern California Nursing Academy

 

Armed Forces 

  • Air force
  • Army
  • Navy
  • Marines
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9/20/16

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Don't Forget to mark your calendars for these great opportunities offered through the Career Center! You can contact Ms. Belli for more information in B-3

 

 

September 29 - Pace University Visit  (2nd Period)

 

October 5 - University of Laverne (2nd Period)

 

October 5 - Serramonte College Fair    5:30-7:30

 

October 12 - Cash for College

                      Financial aid Workshop (Seniors)   (Library 6:30-8:30)

 

October 18 - Mills College Visit

 

October 21 - Humboldt State University -CSU  (Library 4th Period)

 

November 9 - Cash for College

                      Financial aid Workshop (Seniors)   (Library 6:30-8:30)

 

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News

9/21/16

The Scholarship list for October is attached. Remember that scholarships you may receive is FREE money to help you pay for college or educational training. Contact Ms. Belli in the Career Center if you need help or have any questions.

 

Students make the time to APPLY!

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Purpose

Counselors are responsible for working with students and their families to create an educational plan.  Counselors also assist students in finding answers to educational, vocational, and personal questions.  The counseling office, in cooperation with the Career Center, also acts as an informational agency providing college catalogs and brochures, scholarship information and vocational and occupational materials.  College admission applications and work permits are also obtained from this department.  In addition, this department serves as a referral agency, suggesting sources for individual and family counseling.  A student conflict resolution program is available to all students.  If a student is involved in a conflict with another student or knows of a conflict occurring between other students, they should request to see their counselor or dean.