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Lead the Way: A Leadership Conference for High School Girls

Lead the Way Conference, Feb. 3-5, 2017

 

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Dream big and prepare to make your amazing mark on the world.  At the Lead the Way Conference, spend a weekend with girls just like you as you build your confidence and get focused.  Be supported by adults who have been in your shoes as you pave your way to a bright future at a weekend packed with inspiration, real life skills, stress-relieving activities, and new friendships.

 

Lynbrook High School College & Career Center

9th and 10th grade girls!

Stanford Women In Business (SWIB), a pre-professional undergraduate organization that aims to educate and empower young women to become leaders in the business world, is hosting its annual Young Women’s Leadership Summit on Saturday, January 21st, 2017. This year, the Summit will be geared specifically toward freshman and sophomore female high school students to provide them a broader sense of the business world. . Registration for the Summit becomes active on Monday, January 2nd at 9 AM PST (12 pm EST). This is the link to access the registration form which will not become active until 9 AM PST on January 2nd.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpVkvkD1axcIoR6KQFWW9wZq6Pb2ze9n5zy12mOXytwZxhFA/viewform.

 

Coding Opportunities at the Cupertino Library

Cupertino Library:

  • CodeF1rst: Saturday, December 17th from 10a.m.—1p.m. Teen Program
  • Girls Who Code: meets weekly. Requires pre-registration. Every Thursday evening through February 2017
  • Introduction to Arduinos: Presented by the Cupertinker Space on February 5, 2017 and February 12, 2017 in the Library Story Room from 2-5 p.m.
  • Teen Hackathon/CU Hacks (once a year):  Cupertino Library’s FREE hack-a-thon event for teenagers ages 14 – 19. A collaborative community event fostering STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) learning skills while providing teen coders first-hand experience in joining together in an engaging, interactive environment as they create beneficial applications. Coming Summer 2017.
  • Hour of Code: Cupertino’s Girls Who Code group will participate in the 2016 Hour of Code.

 

Come and explore the College & Career Center!

 

  • We have books that you can check out with topics such as: careers, college guides, college applications, essays, financial aid, test prep, and athletic recruitment.
  • Learn about Community College: degree /certificate programs and transfer agreements to 4-year universities
  • Do you want to learn about career plans that don't include college?
  • Need help creating your college list?  Make an appointment for assistance.
  • Need someone to give you feedback on an essay or resume? Submit a printed copy to the C&CC. (Guidelines posted in the C&CC.)
  • We also have brochures and handouts.  
  • Questions? Stop by the C&CC and speak with Mrs. Takahashi or Mrs Tang. They are here to help all students!

One of our popular reads is a book called Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be by Frank Bruni.  Come into the C&CC and literally check it out!

 

This New York Times article talks about the college admissions process.

 

Visit Colleges.  We strongly recommend that students visit some college campuses before they complete their college lists. There are a wide variety of colleges within a few hours of San Jose, so you can easily visit them on a day trip. There is a pocket guide for choosing colleges available in the C&CC.

Contact Information

Barb Takahashi  

Kathy Tang

408-366-7718

 

kathy_tang@fuhsd.org

barb_takahashi@fuhsd.org

News

12/2/16

Via West's Operation Snowflake is approaching! In December, it’s a tradition for us to cover our campus in snow for the holidays. We are looking for as many volunteers as possible on 12/3 and 12/10! We need as many hands on board on 12/3 from 12pm – 4 pm for snow unloading and activities. On 12/10, we need volunteers from 1 pm – 4pm just to help with the Christmas activities. All ages are welcome to volunteer and no training is required. Location is: the Via West Campus at 13850 Stevens Canyon Rd, Cupertino

Contact Irshad Fardan at ifardan@viaservices.org

P: 408-243-7861 Ext. 216

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“College is a match to be made, not a prize to be won.”

Visit the College and Career Center to search for your perfect match.

Scholarships to Study Abroad

Partial to full scholarships to study abroad.  Summer or full year experiences.  

 

Study Abroad Scholarships