Daily Student Bulletin
Monday, May 10, 2021
We would like to congratulate our commencement speakers for the Class of 2021: Carlyn Janelle Hernandez, Mariam Moosayar and Parker Rose.
Today is the last day to purchase a yearbook! If you haven't purchased a copy, go to yearbookordercenter.com or contact Mrs. Browne for instructions. Yearbook Distribution will be on July 23, so make your calendars now!
IB Seniors: If you took an IB test make sure you let Mrs. Hermann know to which college to mail your IB test scores. You may email her or drop it in the basket in the attendance office. Deadline to submit your college is May 10.
Academic Block T are available for pick up beginning May 10 (afterschool). If you applied for your Block T by the March deadline, your award is ready for pick up in the Attendance Office. Please pick your award up no later that May 21. The deadline to apply was March. No further awards will be given.
Free Program for Youths ages 16-24 in San Joaquin County: WorkStartYes empowers youth to achieve their maximum potential by exploring educational and occupational opportunities, developing leadership skills and connecting with community resources. Assistance wit academic achievement, resume building, mock interviews, money management, leadership skills, work experience and more! For more information visit www.scjoe.org/workstartyes/ or call to speak with and Outreach & Enrollment Technician for eligibility requirements at 209-468-9043.
Modesto Junior College Access an Outreach Department will be holding Steps to Enroll & Registration Workshops throughout the spring and summer semesters. This will give students the opportunity to receive help with the onboarding process in becoming an MJC Pirate! We have several events dates in May-August. Don't miss out - join us! https://www.mjc.edu.
The University of Southern California School of Architecture is pleased to announce the 40th year of an exciting opportunity for high school students to explore their interest related to architecture and design. USC like many schools of architecture with a five -year professional degree program, requires students to declare architecture as a major upon application , and includes architecture courses in the first year of the college curriculum. This early commitment to architecture can be daunting to freshman. We have created the program to inform students and assist them in making academic and career decisions. Our virtual four-week program (June 14th-July 9th) offers three units of college course credit, providing motivated high school students with a head start on their college education. Our rigorous two -week virtual program (June 14th-June 25th) offers students a glimpse into design thinking and architectural education with a shorter time commitment. Both options provide an invaluable opportunity to meet other inquisitive students while honing design and critical-thinking skills. Students with a wide range of interest find the exposure to architectural design enlightening, stimulating and fun. Also learn more about the 2021 Summer Programs, dived into our USC Summer experience, and discussed application best practices and common mistakes! https://www.usc.edu
UC Merced are hosting Virtual Next Steps Workshop Webinars (https://admissions.ucmerced.edu/become-a-bobcat). Join us virtually in over 40 live events to learn more about UC Merced. You and your family can explore and attend events designed for you on our academics, experiential learning and research opportunities, student support, and much more.
St. Mary's Campus Visits: We are very excited to welcome you back to campus! Join us on Mondays through Fridays for an in-person campus tour at 10am and 2 pm, led by our talented student ambassadors. Additionally, we also offer limited in-person campus tours on Saturdays as well. You can register for these opportunities at email@example.com's-ca.edu. If you have any questions after your visit, our experienced admissions counselors will be available to chat more.
University of Southern California: USC School of Cinematic Arts Summer Program is again online for Summer 2021 and is available for students to apply. With the student success of last summer, we're thrilled for the opportunity to open our doors up once more to a diverse and engaging Summer 2021 student cohort. Our courses cover topics from all the divisions within the School of Cinematic Arts and are taught by current USC faculty who teach during the full-time sessions. All classes are for USC college credit and may be transferred to any university with an official university transcript. Some of our more popular classes include: Filmmaking Online. Beginning Screenwriting, Inside the Business of Film & Television, and Animation Fundamentals. Applicants must be of ages 16 & above and in good standing to be considered. Below is a link to our program where our available classes can be reviewed as well as a few testimonials for former students: Summer Program Website: cineman.usc.edu/summer. Questions ban be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now Hiring! The San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) is seeking creative, flexible and motivated individuals for substitute instructional assistant positions. As a substitute instructional assistant you will fulfill an important roll assisting teachers with the instruction, supervision and training of children and young adults with special education needs. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Earn $15.95 per hour. For more information visit www.sjcoe.org/jobs or call 209-468-5952.
Earn a Sign-on Bonus! ADESA Golden Gate has immediate openings for Auto Detailers (will train). We are looking for dedicated Automotive Detailers to work as part of our production team. In this role you will be responsible for reconditioning process on various vehicles in our shops. If you are a car enthusiast and love working in a fast-paced team environment this job is for you! We offer competitive hourly rates medical benefits, 401K with company match, promotions, diverse career paths and rapid advancement. Need to be 18 yrs. old to apply. Contact: Gaby (209-839-3906) or Grecia (209-839-3904) in HR.
Now Hiring! Michaels Distribution Center, 9375 West Sugar Rd, Tracy. New Distribution Center in Tracy! Team members enjoy: Paid Holidays, 401K Matching, full benefits, 30% Discount. Visit michaels.com/jobs and apply today! Call 209-699-0982 with application questions.
Bake Fresh is a warehouse in Livermore (7066 Las Positas Rd., Suite A) that produces a great assortment of fresh baked goods daily (donuts, cookies, brownies, etc.). Various departments available with different schedules. Bring your employment history. No experienced needed! 40 hours per week, weekly pay. For more information call 925-371-0180.
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5.15.21 Deadline. Review It Scholarship www.chiureviewsscholarship.com Award amount $1,000. Graduating senior, planning to attend a college or university no later that September of 2021. Achieved a 2.5 or greater during last academic year. Submit a review of your favorite movie.
5.31.21 Deadline. SILA Foundation Scholarships, www.silafoundation.org. Award amount $1,000. College bound, GPA of 3.0 or better and pursuing a course of study in Business administration, Education, Finance or Accounting, Insurance Studies, Marketing or Mathematics. Copy of transcript and one letter of reference.
5.31.21 Deadline. LM Scholarship https://studentscholarships.org/grants/php Award amount $500. Graduation senior, college bound, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a US resident. Essay topic: Write an essay about a situation you have been involved in or someone you know has been involved in when better safety procedures would have prevented an injury. Explain in detail what safety procedures you believe should have been in place to prevent the injury and how they would have prevent the injury.
6.2.21 Deadline. Work Force Development Scholarship www.agc.org Award amount 100 @ $1,000. This scholarship is for students pursuing associates degrees, technical training or certificates to enter the construction industry. Please review criteria page on the website for detailed qualifications. Copy of transcript and a letter of recommendation from a teacher requested.
7.15.21 Deadline. Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarships-www.bit.ly/pedroscholar Award amount $5,000. Open to high school seniors who demonstrate an active commitment to mitigating the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and taking on roles of public service and leadership. Completed community service.