College and Career Center
Coordinator: Ms. Suzette A. Thom Room: M10
Hours: 7:30am – 3:00pm
High School CEEB Code: 210939 (For College Testing and Applications)
What’s The College and Career Center?
The College/Career Center contains information on colleges, technical schools, financial aid and career opportunities. You can also obtain information regarding ACT, SAT, and scholarships.
Students may come by at any time with a pass from their teacher. Parents, please call or email ahead for an appointment to ensure personal assistance.
Naviance College and Career Planning:Please put this under the link to describe what Naviance is:
Family Connection is a web-based tool that provides self-discovery activities and lessons to help students explore and plan their college and career goals, and allows parents to also be involved in that planning.
MC Dual Enrollment
Juniors and Seniors who meet the eligibility requirements are invited to enroll in the Montgomery College Dual Enrollment program while in high school!
The next course offerings will be Intro to Business on Mondays and Wednesdays AND Intro to Sociology on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Registration for next semester starts now!!! Please follow the link below to get started!!
For questions please contact your counselor or Ms. Thom in the College and Career Center.
The Elks National Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the 2018 Most Valuable Student Scholarship contest!
2018 Legacy Awards Contest. Do you know a high school senior who is the child or grandchild of an Elks member? Encourage them to apply for the Legacy Awards contest.
12 FIVE WAYS ED PAYS: BETTER HEALTH Young adults with a college degree are much less likely to be obese than those with only a high school diploma.
It is Recruiting Time for Summer 2018 Interns!
(Many application deadlines are 30 October 2017 for Summer 2018.)
There are students out there with the smarts, the ambition,
the hustle, the hard work ethic.
All they need is the opportunity!
That is www DOT montgomeryschoolsmd DOT org/career-readiness/
That is cms DOT montgomerycollege DOT edu/edu/tertiary1.aspx?urlid=30
That is careers DOT umd DOT edu/
“It’s Planning Time” 2017-2018
Dear Seniors and Parents:
As the school year is gearing up, the time seems ripe to remind seniors that they should now begin planning for life after high school. For most of the seniors, college or some kind of education program lies ahead; for others, work, travel, the military, or perhaps a “Gap Year” is planned. Now is the time for students to develop a slate of colleges to which they may wish to apply. Several commercially produced college handbooks offer valuable information. They include the current editions of:
These and other handbooks are available for purchase at most bookstores.
Visit the College/Career Information Center (CCIC) and become acquainted with our College/Career Coordinator. The College/Career Coordinator is there to help students find the materials they need to make wise, informed decisions. Many students find the computerized college search, Family Connection/Naviance, an especially helpful resource. If a student needs his/her registration code, please have him/her contact the College/Career Information Coordinator to obtain it.
Applying for and receiving financial aid is an important part of the college admissions process. If you can’t pay your tuition, you won’t be able to go to your intended college. That’s why it’s important to look at all of your financial aid options, including reading up on scholarship information to find out what you need to do before applying for awards.
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Maryland JCI Senate Scholarship
Each year the Maryland JCI Senate awards two $500 Scholarships to deserving seniors from Maryland high schools. The Maryland winners are chosen based on merit and need. Please see Ms. Thom or your school counselor for details.
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Scholarship
Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, headquartered in Linthicum, Maryland, has established a highly competitive scholarship competition for Maryland high school students pursuing a degree in engineering at an institution of higher learning. The Northrop Grumman Scholars program will award an $8,000 scholarship over the course of four years. Click on the link for more information.