Other Post-Grad Options
Students who plan to work after high school and need assistance in finding a career or job are encouraged to contact Ms. Batchelder in the College and Career Center prior to graduating. Jobs are also posted regularly on the CCC grade level Google Classrooms. In addition, below are some useful links to help you in your job search.
INTERNING OR VOLUNTEERING
There are many local organizations that have internship and volunteer positions which may lead to permanent positions in some cases. Interning or volunteering is also a great way to get to know a field better and what type of work you like to do.
LEARN A TRADE/APPRENTICESHIP
Learning a trade through an apprenticeship program allows one to receive training and gain skills on the job while getting paid. Below are links to just some of the many trade/apprenticeship programs.
Some students may prefer to take a semester or year off before they attend college or another post-secondary program. This can be a great opportunity to pick up leadership, language, and work skills and gain exposure to different careers. Students should consider applying to college while they're in high school and then defer their enrollment and take their gap year. However, students need to check with the colleges that they're interested in to make sure they will allow students to defer. Also, many colleges have built in gap year programs for freshmen. Below are links to gap year programs and other information on taking a gap year.
Joining a branch of the military after graduation can be a great option for many students. There are many benefits, including education programs that help pay for you to go to college, on the job training, health benefits, and housing allowances. Click on the links below for more information.
List of Military Branches and Local Recruiters:
Sgt Sanandres, Manny M.
PO2 Anaya, Luis M.
Tsgt Ortiz, Wilfredo W.
SSgt Smith, William O.
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The Santa Rosa City School district prohibits, at any district school or school activity, discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, nationality/national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification/ethnicity, age, religion, marital status/ pregnancy/ parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, medical information or association with a person or group with one of more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This shall apply when applicable, to interns, volunteers, and job applicants. For questions or complaints, please contact District Equity and Title IX Compliance Officer: (For Students) Dr. Kimberlee Armstrong, Associate Superintendent Educational Services, 707-890-3800 X80302 firstname.lastname@example.org.