College and Career Center (CCC)
The College & Career Center (the CCC) is dedicated to serving students in all grades in their post-high school planning. Volunteers assist students on a drop-in basis or by appointment.
Trained CCC volunteers are on hand Monday through Friday in room 213. To become a volunteer, see "For Parents" section below.
Fall Semester open 9:00 - 3:00 school days
Spring Semester open 10:00 - 2:00 school days
Important Links: College & Career Tips (pdf) - College Planning
- Find some great colleges
- Navigate applications
- Understand college costs
- With financial aid processes & scholarships searches
- Feel more confident about college
- Find other postsecondary opportunities
- Figure out possible career paths
- Consider your high school courses in light of where you want to go
- Investigate careers, colleges & technical/professional schools
- Set up a timeline & checklists
Stop in and get inspired!
Want to work as a CCC volunteer?
Contact Emily Standish, CCC Coordinator, for more information (email@example.com).
ASPIRE mentors assist students with post-secondary education planning, career choices, financial aid, college admissions, and scholarship applications. Students who work with their ASPIRE mentor become more knowledgeable about the steps needed to attend college, university, or training programs. ASPIRE is open to any and all students at Cleveland. By utilizing community volunteers as mentors, ASPIRE extends the reach of the school's counseling services.
The Goals of ASPIRE are to:
- Provide advising & resources to help students access education and training beyond high school
- Educate students and families about the scholarship application process and other options for paying for postsecondary education
STUDENTS: Want to work with a Cleveland ASPIRE mentor?
To participate in the Cleveland ASPIRE mentoring program, see your counselor or come by the CCC to pick up an application form that will need to be signed by your parent or guardian. You will be matched with a volunteer mentor with whom you will meet regularly in the CCC.
ASPIRE is a program of the Oregon Student Assistance Commission (www.AspireOregon.org) and the CCC is an ASPIRE site.