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Debbie Souza
Career/College Guidance Technician

909-989-1600 Ext: 2010

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7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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ROP registration steps

#1 - PICK UP (ENROLLMENT CARD/SCHEDULE) FROM THE CAREER CENTER M101

                OR

#2 - PICK UP (ENROLLMENT CARD/SCHEDULE) FROM THE MAIN OFFICE

  • FILL OUT THE ENROLLMENT CARD
  • PARENTS SIGNATURE REQUIRED
  • THERE ARE 2 PLACES TO DROP OFF ENROLLMENT CARD
    • CAREER CENTER M101
    • MAIN OFFICE IN THE WOODEN DROP OFF BOX (DOWN STAIRS)
Fall 2018 Class Schedule:
2018-2019 FALL HS Schedule.pdf
 
Spring 2019 Class Schedule:
Spring 2019 Schedule
 
Print Form, Fill Out & Return to Career Center:
Pdf ROP Enrollment Card.pdf

 

BVROP's MISSION AND VISION

BVROP MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is consistently high-quality, rigorous

and relevant Career Technical Education

that equips students for their future.

BVROP VISION STATEMENT

We believe we must inspire lifelong learning,

empower our students to make informed career decisions,

offer viable opportunities,

and prepare students for enduring and emerging careers.

Baldy View ROP

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Scholarship Information

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

 

YMCA - (562) 665-2603

ROP Scholarship Opportunity

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Regional occupational program

ROP- Career Exploration Classes Registration is open

 

1. Select Class - the Schedule is Online, RCHS Career Center Web-Page  

 

2. Fill Out Registration Card

 

3. "Return Registration Card" to the Career Center M-101

OR 

the Main Office Downstairs in the ROP "Wooden Mailbox Drop Off"

 

4.  All Directions are to the left (Under "ROP Registration Steps")

 

 

Evelyn E. perkins scholarship foundation

The Evelyn E. Perkins Scholarship Foundation (EEP) is still offering scholarships to high school seniors from single-parent home situations, and were honored by the City Council to receive recognition for more than 10 years of community service. 

 

Attached please find the revised application form. The student's complete application package should be sent to P. O.Box 714, Rancho Cucamonga 91729.  The postmark deadline is May 31st.  We have had the pleasure of awarding at least 6 or more Rancho Cucamonga H. S. students $1,000 in the past 5 years and are glad to play a part in assisting our young people in their pursuit of higher learning.  

To serve  the needs of college-bound students from single-parent homes.   

Evelyn E. Perkins Scholarship


Please feel free to make copies of the application. If you have any questions, feel free to give me a call or email.

Sincerely,

Danessa Jackson MBA, Vice-Pres.

Evelyn E. Perkins Scholarship Foundation

10601 Civic Center Dr., Ste. 100E

Rancho Cucamonga, CA  91730

(909) 227-5967-cell    (877) 462-7401

Summer Job Opportunity 2018
 

Students Discover GCU

Grand Canyon University

Fly-In is "FREE" Yes "FREE"

 

Students will be flown out to Phoenix (FREE)Stay in dorms, take a campus tour, and visit a student event- basketball game or other athletic events!

This is the perfect opportunity to see if Grand Canyon University is a good fit for the student

 

For Dates in 2018-2019 Contact Below:

*If you are an interested student contact Emily Baldwin (information below)

 

Updates/Reminders:

  • We are rolling admissions and still accepting applications. Our free app link is apply.gcu.edu
  • Our nursing program is no longer accepting transfer students in order to be fairer to our current students. Therefore, only students starting as freshman at GCU will be able to apply to our program
  • Our nursing program is now ONLY fast track meaning they are graduating in 3.5 years with their BSN
  • GCU is transitioning back to our original non-profit status
  • New Major: Cyber Security
  • Engineering does not require a separate application (nursing and athletic training are the only programs requiring additional app process)

Sign up here to have:

 

Coffee with your GCU Admissions Counselor here in California:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b4eacac2fa6f58-gcu

 

Contact:

Emily Baldwin,MS
University Admissions Counselor

Traditional Ground Campus
3300 West Camelback Road | Phoenix, AZ 85017
Mobile: (909)-472-1937  Office: (602) 247-4923   Fax: 888-286-6920

Emily.Baldwin@gcu.edu

 

Career Aptitude Tests and Exploration

1. My Next Move:

https://www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip

 

2.  Career Cruising:  User name: rcucamonga     password:  cougars

https://public.careercruising.com/en/

 

3. California Colleges:

https://www.californiacolleges.edu/

 

4. California Zone:

https://www.cacareerzone.org/

 

5.  Career Cafe:

www.cacareercafe.com/

 

6.  Who Do You Want To Be?

www.whodouwant2b.com/

Summer Program Oportunities for High School Students

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Are you a graduating Senior who is looking for a job?

... HCI Systems has job opportunities for graduating seniors 2018. 

Take a look inside the brochure and the contact information is on the last page. 

 

Click on link below to read about the company

HCI Job Opportunity.pdf

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Caregivers Summer Training
Universal Technical Institute Summer Program
Lincoln University Honors College

Accepting applications for Freshman Academy Summer Institute 2018.  The academy is a Summer Bridge program for incoming freshman that are high academic achievers.  We off a Full-Summer Scholarship and honors courses taught by outstanding professors.  Further, the program helps incoming freshmen acclimate to collegiate life by enhancing vital College Readiness Skills.  Seats are filling quickly.  Please also visit our website: http://www.lincolnu.edu/web/honors-college/home  

This program is for students interested in the Health Allied fields: Nursing, Pre-Med-Biology, Chemistry, Wellness, or Similar.  

The Deadline is March 19th.  As seats fill quickly, Early Applications Preferred

APPLY Directly here Today for Freshman Academy Summer Institute:https://LU_MO.formstack.com/forms/untitled_form_31

We offer the following:

·         Full Summer Scholarship: Free Tuition, Room, and Board

·         Great transition from High School to College Success

·         High Acceptance into the Nursing Program

·         High Acceptance into pre-med Summer Programs and research programs  

·         Opportunities to be awarded the Presidential, Deans or Curators Scholarship for the Fall-Spring

·         Social Community Building Outings to St. Louis, Kansas City and more

Dates: Summer 2018 -From June 16th to August 4th

·         Earn up to Eight FREE College Credits Towards your degree:

  • ENG 151H (Honors)  Composition and Rhetoric I (3 Credits)
  • BIO 103   Principles of Biology (3 Credits) or Similar
  • BIO 104L Principles of Biology Laboratory (1 Credit) or Similar
  • GE 101H    University Seminar (1 Credit)
  •     Participation in several Professional Development Engagements to prepare students for Professional Careers
  •     Engaging social outings throughout the summer to help build Life-Long friendships

It’s a Great Opportunity! If you are interested, please click link below to apply for Freshman Academy Summer Institute.

Hear what Students are saying about Freshman Academy Summer Institute--Click here for video:  https://youtu.be/1nxjNfR8zug

 

Loma Linda University:

Attachments:

Summer Gateway Program Application 2018....

Summer Gateway Program Flyer 2018.pdf

Dear Students and Families,

 

Loma Linda University is hosting their Summer Gateway Program From July 8 - July 20.  This is an excellent introduction to the diverse world of healthcare careers. 

 

During the two-week program, students will take part in interactive health career activities within each of the schools at Loma Linda University.  Students will also have the opportunity to attend college prep workshops and participate in fun interactive activities.   

 

For more information, please see the attached flyer and application packet or call Loma Linda University's Community-Academic Partners in Service office at (909) 651-5011. Applications are due by Friday, May 19, 2018 by 2:00 PM

 

You can apply online at https://caps.llu.edu/community-programs.  

 

 

APPLY TO THE EUGENE AND RUTH ROBERTS SUMMER STUDENT ACADEMY

You can now apply for the 2018 Summer Student Academy

APPLY NOW

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicants must be at least 16 years-old before their internship begins
  • Applicants must be high school or undergraduate students
  • Applicants must be US citizens, or permanent residents
  • Applicants must complete the online application by March 9, 2018
  • Most students submit additional materials, such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, and resumes, but these are not required

Please see the link below for more information on the City of Hope summer program.

 

https://www.cityofhope.org/education/students-and-youth/summer-student-academy/summer-student-academy-program-overview

 

 

Medical Internship Program Available 

Basic program parameters:

  • Medical Mentor/Internship Program: Students work under the supervision of a health care educator, shadowing various medical professionals (nurse, nutritionist, pharmacist, lab technician, physician and/or medical specialist, etc.) who together provide a range of patient care and services.
  • Age & Grade Requirement: Applications are accepted from high school students who are currently in the 11th or 12th grade AND born on or before 4/1/02 or meet the older age requirements of their selected facility. See Application and/or Facility Address & Requirement List for specific facility requirements.   
  • Program Dates: There are 2, 3 and 4-week programs available from July 2 - August 10, 2018. See Application and website for specific date information. Only the medical facilities listed on the application participate.
  • Submission Instructions and Application Deadline: The original set of required documents and 1 copy of this entire set must be sent by US Mail ONLY and mailed by Wednesday, FEBRUARY 21, 2018.
  • Applicant Notification: All students will be notified if accepted or not VIA EMAIL by Wednesday, April 4.  If a student is not contacted by that date, they have NOT been accepted.
  • No Fee: There is NO FEE required to participate and if a financial need exists, a selected participant may request a stipend to cover program expenses, such as transportation.

The following documents are available for downloading and printing from http://www.lapedsoc.org/summer under Summer Program tab:

  1. Advertising Flyer: Please display the enclosed informational flyer where it will be highly visible to students and/or advertise this program on your Electronic/E- Bulletins and ask interested students to go the website listed above.
  2. Application: (2 pages, for print /fillable): Distribute to interested students. Page 2 requires a signature of a parent/guardian.
  3. LAPS Junior Volunteer Application: This form is only for students that select this location as their #1 or #2 choice. They must complete and submit this form with their application set, even if they already volunteer at LAC+USC. Signatures of the student, parent/guardian and counselor are also required in BLUE ink on this form.
  4. Application Instructions
  5. Facility Address & Requirement List: Note requirements such as age, LA County residence and any supplemental forms.
  6. Mailing Check List
  7. FAQs

Other important program information:

  • Typed Applications: We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that students go to our website to type their applications or to download and save a copy to type and complete later. (To do this, students must have the free Adobe Reader program.)
  • NO Online Submission: Students need to print both pages of their completed application, have them signed by a parent/guardian and then submit with other required documents needed for an application set.

 

In 2017 we received over 350 applications for 12 programs and 67 students were chosen to participate. We wish we were able to accept more students; however, space is limited by the number of participating hospitals/facilities and the number of students that they can accommodate. If you know of a medical facility in your area that might be interested in hosting a Summer Medical Career Program, please let me know.  Thank you for your consideration of the Eve & Gene Black Summer Medical Career Program.

 

Sincerely,

Mary Ellen Osborne and Ellen Seaman

Coordinators, Summer Medical Career Program

meosborne@lapedsoc.org and eseaman@lapedsoc.org

Phone: 424-262-7303 or 424-262-6590

 

Duke University Summer Session:

Once-in-a-lifetime experience:
We are happy to announce that our website has been updated and now contains information about our 2018 programs.  At Duke Summer Session, we’re in the business of creating life-changing experiences.  With our world-class instructors, breathtaking campus, and downright fun residential program, our students leave our program not only equipped for a future of collegiate success, but with a lifetime of memories and friendships.  This summer, we are offering more opportunities than ever to engage in one of our transformative programs:
 
Summer College – A four-week, credit-bearing program for US students currently in 10th or 11th grade and international students currently in 10th – 12th grade in which they take undergraduate-level courses
 
Summer Academy
– A three-week program for students currently in 9th – 12th grade in which they take a certificate course.
 
Intensive STEM Academy
– A one-week, STEM-based program for students currently in 9th – 12th grade that consists of a variety of laboratory tours, faculty lectures, and workshops.
 
Want to learn more about our programs?  Check out our website.
 
Sincerely,
 
Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of Summer College and Academy for High School Students
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina USA)
summercollege@duke.edu

 

 

 

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Notes

Dream Big, Set Goals, Take Action, Start in High School!

It's Never too Early!

*Career Technical Education

*Regional Occupational Program

Become Career Ready Today...Why Not...

Come On Down to the Career Center to Get Started, M101

Scholarships

BVROP Foundation Scholarship

  • Scholarships are awarded to adult students and high school students who are currently enrolled in or have completed an ROP course and will be pursuing post-secondary education. Last year the Baldy View ROP Foundation awarded over $6500 in scholarships to ROP students!
  •  Applicants must complete an application, which is attached to this email. Applicants may also access the Foundation Scholarship application by going to the BVROP webpage below.
  • Copy and paste: http://www.baldyviewrop.com/cms/lib05/CA01902142/Centricity/Domain/54/BVROP%20Foundation%20Scholarship%20Application%202017.pdf
  •  Students selected for scholarships will be honored at the Student Success Awards on Monday, April 10th at the Upland High School Highlander Auditorium!

 Ronald McDonald House Charities

  • Deadline, January 18, 2017
  • Graduating Seniors apply :  https://aim.applyISTS.net/RMHC
  • More information visit:  www.rmhc.org

The Christermon Foundation

Beverage Industry College Scholarship Program

  • Deadline, February 1, 2017
  • Pre-requisites and information:  www.christermon.com
  • Scholarship Link: www.christermon.com to download a worksheet, instructions and qualifications.

Rider University (Several University Scholarships for attending Rider)

  • Trustee Scholarship
  • Presidential Scholarship
  • Dean's Scholarship
  • Founder's Award
  • Rider Recognition Award
  • rider.edu/admissions to gather more information

NOTE:  Universities will have in-house scholarships for their campus.  Go online to each universities webpage and review their financial aid listing. Look for institutions on scholarships and qualifications.

Career Center Information

Career Technical Education - BVROP

Baldy View ROP

Exciting News About CTE Courses -

Here From Senator Connie Leyva's CTE  Classroom Visit's

Applause - Former RCHS Student's Graduate From The RDA Program

READ All About It Below!!! 

Current Newsletter as a .pdf 

Khan Academy College Admissions Resources

4 Skills & 4 Steps to a Successful Career

15 Industry Sector Pathways
 

Industry Sectors

Baldy View Regional Occupational classes offer programs and complete career pathways in many of the State's recognized Industry Sectors.

 

CALIFORNIA'S 15 CAREER PATHWAYS

 

AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES:

Sample Careers:  Agricultural Equipment Operator, Forest & Conservation Workers, Agricultural Inspectors, Farm Equipment & Mechanics, Pest Control Workers, Floral Designers

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Landscape Design (Valley View HS)
  • Landscape & Turf Management (Valley View HS)

 

ARTS, MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT:

Sample Careers:  Multi-Media, Artists & Animators, Graphic Designers, Photographers

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Commercial Photography (Etiwanda HS)
  • Digital Photography (Etiwanda HS)
  • Fundamentals of Digital Media (Career Training Center)
  • Video Production (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Advance Video Production (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Website Design (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • 3-D Media Design 1 Animation (Career Training Center)
  • Digital Arts (Colony HS)
  • Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 (Upland HS)

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES:

Sample Careers: Construction & Building Inspectors, Carpenters, Paving/Surfacing & Tamping Equipment Operators, Electricians, Plumbers, Pipefitters/Steamfitters, Cement Masons & Concrete Finishers, Cabinetmakers & Bench Carpenters  

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Apartment & Home Repair & Remodeling (Upland Jr. High School)
  • Brick, Block & Stonemasonry (Ontario HS)
  • Advanced Masonry/Building Trades (Ontario HS)
  • Plumbing (Chaffey HS)
  • Residential/Commercial Construction (Upland Jr. HS)
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) (Chaffey HS)

 

BUSINESS & FINANCES:

Sample Careers: Cost Estimators, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Insurance Underwriters, Paralegal & Legal Assistants, Tax Examiners/Collectors & Revenue Agents

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Principles of Business & Finance (Career Training Center)
  • Small Business Entrepreneurship (Career Training Center) 

EDUCATION, CHILD CARE & FAMILY:

Sample Careers:  Associate Teachers/Educators, Education Administrators, Pre-School & Child Care Center/Program Directors

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Careers in Child Development (Rancho Cucamonga HS & Career Training Center)
  • Careers in Education (Career Training Center, 2nd semester)
  • Introduction to Human Services (Career Training Center)

 

ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT & UTILITIES:

Sample Careers:  Heating Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Mechanics, Chemical Plant & Systems Operator, Power Distribution & Dispatch, Power Plant Operator

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Environmental Services & Utilities (Career Training Center)
  • Natural Resource Systems (Career Training Center)

 

ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE:

Sample Careers:  Surveyors, Civil Engineering Technicians, Engineering Technicians, Surveying & Mapping Technicians, Architectural & Civil Drafters, Industrial Engineering Technicians, Mechanical Drafters

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Engineering & Design Drafting (Mont Clair HS)

FASHION & INTERIOR DESIGN:

Sample Careers:  Tailors, Dressmakers & Custom Sewers, Retail Salesperson, Fashion Designers, Interior Designers, Fabric & Apparel, Patternmakers, Merchandise Displayers & Window Trimmers

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Cosmetology (San Antonio ROP) 2 year commitment and impacted
  • Manicuring (San Antonio ROP)

HEALTH SCIENCE & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY:

Sample Careers:  Dental Hygienists, Diagnostic Medical, Sonographers, Radiologic Technologist & Technicians, Respiratory Therapy Technicians,
Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians, Medical & Clinical Laboratory Technicians, Medical Secretaries

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Forensic Science (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Dental Front Office (Career Training Center)
  • Healthcare Occupations (Career Training Center)
  • Pharmacy Clerk (Career Training Center)
  • Medical Assistant Foundations(11th or 12th grade) (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Medical Assistant Clinic(11th or 12th grade, 2nd semester & invite only) (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Registered Dental Assistant (12th grade Only with pre-requisites) (Career Training Center)
  • Sports Medicine (Career Training Center)

HOSPITALITY, TOURISM & RECREATION:

Sample Career:  Recreation Workers, Food Service Managers, Meeting & Convention Planners, Lodging Managers, Chefs & Head Cooks

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Airport Careers (Ontario Airport)
  • Hotel & Lodging Services (Chaffey HS)
  • Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Systems (Career Training Center)
  • Transportation & Tours for the Traveler (Career Training Center)
  • Food Production & Catering (CTWEE) (Don Lugo HS)

INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY:

Sample Careers:  Computer Programmers, Network & Computer, Systems Administrators, Database Administrators, Computer Support Specialists, Computer Repairs

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Computer Applications 1 (Colony HS and Career Training Center)
  • Computer Programming & Game Design (Career Training Center
  • Office Applications 2 (Career Training Center)
  • Technology & Business ( Career Training Center)
  • A+ Computer Repair (Career Training Center)
  • Technology and Business (Career Training Center)
  • Intro to Cyber Security (Career Training Center)
  • Introduction to Information Technology (Career Training Center)

MANUFACTURING & PRODUCTION DESIGN:

Sample Careers:  Industrial Machinery, Mechanics, Structural Metal, Fabricators & Fitters, Welders, Metal & Plastic Workers, Electrical & Electronic,

Equipment Assemblers

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Graphic Communication/Print Technology 1  (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Advanced Graphic Communication/Print Technology 2 (Rancho Cucamonga HS)
  • Welding Technology (Chaffey HS and Upland HS)

MARKETING, SALES & SERVICES:

Sample Careers:  Sales Managers, Advertising & Promotions Marketing, Insurance Sales Agents, advertising Sales Agents, First-Line, Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Retail Marketing 1 (Etiwanda HS and Mont Clair HS)
  • Retail Marketing 2 (Etiwanda HS and Mont Clair HS)
  • Event Planning (Chaffey HS)

PUBLIC SERVICES:

Police & Sheriff's Patrol Officers, Correctional Officers & Jailers, Medical & Public Health, Social Workers, Fire Fighters, Police/Fire/Ambulance Dispatchers, Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Criminal Justice (Career Training Center and Upland HS)
  • Emergency Medical Responder 1 & 2 (Career Training Center)
  • Firefighter (Career Training Center)
  • Law Enforcement (Career Training Center)
  • Introduction to Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security (Career Training Center)
  • Security and Protective Services (Career Training Center)

TRANSPORTATION:

Sample Careers:  Aircraft Mechanics & Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics & Diesel Engine Specialists, Heavy Truck Drivers, Automotive Body & Related Repairs, Automotive Service, Technicians & Mechanics, Small Engine Mechanics

 

ROP CLASSES TO TAKE WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL

  • Auto 1, 2, 3, 4 (Etiwanda HS and Chaffey HS)
  • Warehouse Operations (Career Training Center)

 

 

 

 

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