Welcome to the College and Career Center (RM 258F) & the Advisor Hub (RM 209)!
The College and Career Center & The Advisor Hub offer:
◾ Information on high school course offerings (a-g), career options, standardized testing information, and college information through classroom presentations every semester as well as through individual and family meetings
◾ Advising for students and parents on academic curriculum and preparing students for college application and admission process
◾ Information about dual/concurrent enrollment at CCSF and Advanced Placement credits to prepare students for the rigor of post secondary education
◾ Planning and preparation for college admissions tests: SAT, Subject, ACT, TOEFL
◾ Financial Aid: Information about how to apply for the FAFSA, Cal-Grant, and scholarships that can be used to support advanced education and training
Visit our live calendar for: trilingual presentations, application workshops, college essay writing workshops, admission rep. visit, mentorship and college readiness programs!
Located in the Counseling Office Room 258F, the College and Career Center (CCC) is open to students and parents:
Ms. Serena Chan, the College and Career Counselor’s office hours are Monday through Friday 9:30am to 5:15pm. Students can drop in during lunch and after school or by appointment. Parents are welcomed to schedule an appointment. Ms. Chan can be reached at 415-749-3430 ext.3246 or by email: chanS2@sfusd.edu. Ms. Chan is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, & English.
Located in The Advisor Hub- Room 209:
Ms. Kristin Tatum, JCYC ETS Educational Advisor, is available for support. Her office hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00am to 5:30pm. She can be reached firstname.lastname@example.org or at 415-749-3430 ext. 3209
JCYC Educational Talent Search (JCYC ETS) is a federally funded program designed to help low income, first generation youth navigate the path to college. We provide no cost services, such as: academic advising, college application assistance, college campus field trips, financial aid information and application assistance, SAT/ACT fee waivers, and more.
JCYC San Francisco College Access Center (SFCAC) is committed to prepare and guide first generation and/or low income students through the college going process. SFCAC is a California state funded program that works closely with low income and/or first generation students through the college going process. SFCAC provides workshops, campus visits and transcript assistance.
In addition, there is Mr. Michael Lau, uAspire Financial Aid Advisor. Michael works with Seniors to support them through the financial aid process. He meets with Seniors individually, and/or with parents to help them understand their financial aid award letters. He can be reached at 415-749-3430 ext.3209 or by email: email@example.com. Michael is fluent in Chinese & English.