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News From the CCC!



TL College Career & Counseling Center

From the CCC:

Seniors who want to become teachers: pick up an application in the CCC for the Marin County School Administrators and School Board Associations. $400-$1,000. Due April 26.


Seniors going to COM or SRJC in the fall, please check the CCC for new scholarships.


Seniors: If you still want to apply to COM, or if you need to finish your application, please come to the CCC on Wednesday, March 20th, during tutorial. You will need your COM ID # to complete pre-registration on April 5th.


Career Talks at Lunch!

Students! Listen up! On Wednesday, March 20, bring your lunch and come hear about Biomedical Robotics & Mechanical Engineering! In the CCC, room 21.


Volunteers needed this Saturday to plant organic fruit trees at San Pedro Elementary, from 9:00-2:00. The fruit will be used in the SRCS meal program! All skill levels needed. Flyers in the CCC.



Please check in the new CCC, room 21, or on Naviance, for spring scholarships. Need and merit-based aid requires completion of the FAFSA or CA DREAM ACT, which are due March 2nd If you need help completing these, please come to a Workshop on Friday, March 1st, between 11:00-3:00 in the CCC.


The TLHS Scholarship Foundation link is HERE.  Seniors may apply for up to three scholarships, worth $1,000.  Deadline is Monday, March 18th, at 9:00 p.m. 

Marin Builders Association Scholarship

Seniors pursuing construction industry majors or any other industry may apply. Certified Transcript and SAT ACT scores, three letters of rec. and
200-word essay. Due April 4th.


Marin Garden Club Scholarship
Seniors interested in studying conservation, horticulture, and/or environmental fields. Briefessay describing your interest, experiences, talents, and goals in the above fields. Resume, and two letters of rec, and a recent photo. Due by April 12. Hard copies in the CCC.

The Rotary Club of Terra Linda 
Minimum GPA 3.0, community service, or outside work, and financial need. Mail to: Scholarship Committee, Rotary Club of Terra Linda, P.O. Box 6682, San Rafael, CA 94903. Due March 27th. Pick up hard copy in the CCC.

BASHOF Toyota/Steve Young Scholar-Athlete Award

Two, $2,500 scholarships are awarded annually to one male, and one female college-bound senior whose academic and athletic careers have been exemplary and whose personal standards and accomplishments are a positive model for others. Essay, two letters of reference. Application information: April 5th.



Sophomores and Juniors are invited to apply for a free, week-long Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy, held in Quantico, Virginia, from July15-20. Students selected must be 16-18 years old by the start of the program, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, have participated in athletics, leadership, and service-oriented activities. Also,they must perform well on an Initial Strength Test, possess leadership traits, and have strong moral and ethical standards.

The application can be found at April 1st.





UC Davis Young Scholars Program (UCD-YSP):

Summer biological and natural sciences research opportunities for 40 high-achieving, rising juniors and seniors.

Competitively successful applicants will reside in university dorms from June 23 to August 3rd, 2019.

Participants work closely with university research faculty, at labs, field stations, and will go on weekend field trips and listen to lectures on current research with other talented students. Substantial (up to 90% of cost) are available for students on a need-based, sliding scale. The application period opens on December 1, and closes at 11:59 PM on March 16.



Want to get paid to be a Math and Reading Grading Assistant after school?
The Kumon Center of San Rafael is looking for Grading Assistants, ages 15 through age 18!  Be part of a team two afternoons a week, from 3:00-6:30 p.m., for $12.50 an hour.
Flyer in the CCC, or contact: Call (415) 828-9450 to speak with Vanessa.


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 Macy's, 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 on Naviance, and in the CCC. New:

ACT/SAT/AP Study Guides, and more resources in the CCC--new room 21!

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