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Scholarships & College Visits are now available on Naviance!

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News From the CCC!

Walker Creek Cabin Leaders: Students who took an application for one of the 3 Walker Creek trips, you MUST return them to Ms. Nichols in the CCC by Friday October 19th. We need to get an accurate count of coverage for out 5th grade campers.


College Visits in the CCC:

Vanderbilt University will visit on Tuesday, October 16th at 2:00 p.m.

College of Marin will be here on Wednesday, October 17th at lunch.

Pepperdine University will visit on Friday, October 19th at 1:00 p.m.


Heart of Marin Awards:

Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded for significant community service in the past year within a student’s community, education or faith environment.  Youth Volunteer of the Year Award nominations are due November 2nd.  Self- nominations are accepted.  See the CCC for more information.


San Rafael Elks Scholarship

The San Rafael Elks Lodge kicks off the 2019 Most Valuable Student Scholarship Contest! This scholarship is for students pursuing a 4 year degree, full-time, in a US college or university.  Any high school senior who is a US citizen is eligible to apply.  Applicants need not be related to a member of the Elks, and will be judged on scholarship, leadership and financial need.  Due November 15th.  Information in the CCC.


Volunteer Opportunity

Do you remember picking out pumpkins to carve? Well, go help families at the Godmother’s of Timothy Murphy School Pumpkin Patch!

Weekends in October: Saturday, October 13, and Sunday October 14th. Flyer in the CCC.


Explore a Career in Law Enforcement

If you are interested in learning more about a career in Law enforcement, please come to the Explorer Career Open house on Thursday, October 25th in Mill Valley from 6-7pm. Come talk to the director and hear about what other youth around Marin are doing in this Explorer program. Flyers in the CCC.


Work Permits and Jobs:

Students, who are at least 15: life guard training available, as well as for 16-year-olds, many local businesses, such as Sol Food, Lego Playwell Activities Leaders and Kumon, needing a Reading Assistant, are hiring. You must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and clear any current Ds or Fs to be eligible to work during the school year. Come to the CCC to pick up the Work Permit Application, as well as to have Ms. Nichols issue your work permit. When school is not in session, ask Mrs. Tremolada at the front office.


Scholarships: Seniors, come check out scholarships in the CCC. New:

ACT/SAT/AP Study Guides, and more resources in the CCC!

Paula Nichols

College and Career Advisor,

M-F 8-4:30



Janet Abbott

HeadsUp College Counseling Consultant

TWTH: Lunch-4:00


Araceli Nunez 

Bilingual MCOE Internship Liaison

M: 8-4:00




Internship Opportunities


Contact Ms. Nunez at for an appointment and/or pick up a packet of information in the CCC.

Marin County Office of Education | School to Career Partnership


Internship Interest form: submit to CCC


CLICK HERE for a complete list of internships