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Debbie Souza
Career/College Guidance Technician

909-989-1600 Ext: 2010 debora.souza@cjuhsd.net

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ROP registration steps

Step 1:  Click on appropriate semester schedule to select a class

Step 2:  Fill out an ROP enrollment card

Step 3:  Drop off the enrollment card at the Career Center M101 or Main Office (wooden drop box)

Class Schedules and Enrollment Card:

Pdf ROP Enrollment Card.pdf

Spring 2020.pdf (PDF)

 

 

Fall Schedule 2019 (PDF)

Summer Schedule 2020 Pending!

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

Scholarship Bulletin

Scholarship Information

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

YMCA - (562) 665-2603

ROP Scholarship Opportunity

Money For College

Armed Forces

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RCHS Is Not Recommending Any Of These Programs And Services

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How to enroll into a rop class

Spring Rop Registration Selection:

1.     Register Online for Spring 2020

OR

2. Use the Spring course catalog to make course selections

          **After selecting a course, fill out an ROP enrollment card

          **Drop off the ROP enrollment card inside the Career Center M101 OR Inside the Main Office                                   downstairs in the wooden ROP Mail Box

Once a student registers for a class make sure to come to the Career Center M101 to pick up the final class enrollment documentation.  Dates: 12/17,  12/18 or 12/19 

Do not forget, as this is the documentation needed for the first day of class! 

Cal State San Bernardino Apply workshops

California State University, San Bernardino, home of the Coyotes is now accepting admissions applications and would like to offer assistance to students in the process of filling out their CSU application.

The Cal State APPLY application Deadline is November 30, 2019 — but that doesn’t mean students should delay! CSUSB is aware that students may face challenges completing the application — any student(s) who may need help, CSUSB is offering free Cal State Apply workshops designed to assist in navigating and completing the CSU application.

For more information and a list of available workshop dates, please visit our website. If students cannot join on-campus, please register for the applicable online workshop (Freshman or Transfer) in November!

Flyer available for printing Download the flyer with workshop dates!

Music Scholarship Auditions Nov. 23,  Feb.1, Feb. 27

Mount Saint Mary's University (Los Angeles)

Hannon Theatre at the Chalon Campus

Music Scholarship Auditions in voice, piano, guitar and orchestral instrument

     *Full tuition scholarships and award money of varying amounts are available to eligible music majors,                     minors, and non-music majors enrolled in MSMU Music Department ensembles.

Audition Requirements:

1. Online application form with a short description of your musical background

2. On-site audition/interview with music faculty

3. Performance of two (2) compositions representing different periods of music

Online Application Form:

www.msmu.edu/music-scholarship-auditions/

More Information:

or to request an alternate audition date, contact Dr. Therese Fassnacht (310) 954-4265 tfassnacht@msmu.edu

Discover 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 Tobias Omondi (information below)

Updates/Reminders:

  • We are rolling admissions and still accepting applications.
  •  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)

Contact:

Tobias Omondi
University Admissions Counselor

Traditional Ground Campus
3300 West Camelback Road | Phoenix, AZ 85017
Mobile: (909)-637-0570  Office: (602) 639-8017   Fax: 855-428-5697

tobias.omondi@gcu.edu

 

ROP Classes At Rancho Cucamonga High School

Career awareness, exploration and preparation

Successful careers begin early and they begin at home.  Working together, parents and children should discuss what their children like to do and what jobs seem interesting.

*Parents need raise awareness by talking to their young children about jobs in the neighborhood and communities as well as what jobs family members do.

*Parents should encourage self-discovery, personal and academic growth in the early years.  Children need to do their best in school and read books that are exciting and stimulating.

*All subjects in school are important to future careers.  Reading, writing, computers, math and science are especially important in today's demanding careers.

As children progress through middle school years (6-8), parents need to talk to their children more about jobs and careers and begin to explore.

*Together, families should use the career exploration tools provided below to discover what the specific career interests their children have.  Then, carefully explore the high schools ROP /CTE programs to begin courses and training in a selected career choice.

Come to the RCHS Career Center to talk to Mrs. Souza about your career choices and start gaining jobs skills today to better be prepare for "Real World"  21st Century job markets!

Career Aptitude Tests and Exploration

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

2.  My Next Move

3. California Colleges

4. California Zone

5. Career Cafe

6.  Who Do You Want To Be

examples of Career Pathways
  • 1. Agriculture and Natural Resources: 
    • Is focused on the production, processing, making, distribution, financing, and development of agriculture commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products or resources.
      • Agricultural Mechanics
      • Agriscience
      • Animal Science
      • Forestry and Natural Resources
      • Ornamental Horticulture
      • Plant and Soil Science
     
    2. Arts, Media and Entertainment 
    • Is focused on designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism and entertainment services.
      • Design, Visual and Media Arts
      • Performing Arts
      • Production and Managerial Arts
      • Game Design and Integration
     
    3. Building and Construction Trades
    • Is focused on careers in designing, planning, managing, building and maintaining the built environment.
      • Cabinetry, Millwork and Woodworking
      • Engineering and Heavy Construction
      • Mechanical Systems Installation and Repair
      • Residential and Commercial Construction
     
    4. Business and Finance
    • Is focused on careers in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.
      • Business Management
      • Financial Services
      • International Business 
     
    5. Education, Child Development, and Family Services
    • The Child Development pathway is designed to prepare students to pursue a career in the field of child care and development for infants, toddlers, and young children. Students study child growth and development, safety and emergency procedures, nutrition and health practices, positive interaction and guidance techniques, learning theories, and developmentally appropriate practices and curriculum activities. Students apply this knowledge in a variety of early childhood programs, such as child development laboratories, public and private preschools, family day care settings, and recreational facilities. Students completing the program may apply for the Child Development Assistant Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
      • Child Development
      • Consumer Services
      • Education
      • Family and Human Services.
     
    6. Energy, Environment and Utilities
    •  Is unique to California. Students in this pathway learn knowledge and skills related to three areas.
      • Environmental Resources
      • Energy and Power Technology
      • Telecommunications
     
    7. Engineering and Architecture
    • The Architectural Design pathway provides learning opportunities for students interested in preparing for careers in such areas as architecture, industrial design, and civil engineering.
      • Architectural Design
      • Engineering Technology
      • Engineering Design
      • Environmental Engineering
     
    8. Fashion and Interiors
    • The Fashion Design and Merchandising pathway focuses on the major aspects of the fashion industry and prepares students for careers and/or postsecondary education in this rapidly growing field. Students pursuing this career pathway have in-depth, hands-on experiences that focus on industry awareness, sustainable practices, elements and principles of design, history of fashion, fashion forecasting, textiles and textile products, product knowledge, apparel merchandising, and garment production. 
      • Fashion Design and Merchandising
      • Interior Design
      • Personal Services
     
    9. Health Science and Medical Technology
    • Is focused on planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development. 
      • Biotechnology 
      • Patient Care
      • Healthcare Administrative Services
      • Healthcare Operational Support Services
      • Public and Community Health
      • Mental and Behavioral Health
     
    10. Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
    • Is focused on management, marketing and operations of restaurants and other food services, lodging, attractions, recreation events and travel related services.
      • Food Science, Dietetics, and Nutrition
      • Food Service and Hospitality
      • Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation.
     
    11. Information and Communication Technologies
    • Is focused on building linkages in information technology occupations for entry level, technical and professional careers related to the design, development, support and management of hardware, software, multimedia and systems integration services.
      • Information Support and Services
      • Networking 
      • Software and Systems Development
      • Games and Simulation
     
    12. Manufacturing and Product Development
    • Is focused on planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering. 
      • Graphic Production Technologies
      • Machining and Forming Technologies
      • Welding and Materials Joining
      • Product Innovation and Design
     
    13. Marketing, Sales, and Service
    • Is focused on planning, managing and performing marketing activities to reach organizational objectives.
      • Marketing
      • Professional Sales
      • Entrepreneurship/Self Employment
     
    14. Public Services
    • Is focused on planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety and protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services. 
      • Public Safety
      • Legal Practices
      • Emergency Response
     
    15. Transportation, Logistics and Distribution
    • Is focused on planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water and related professional support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.
      • Operations
      • Structural Repair and Refinishing
      • Systems Diagnostics and Service
 
 

Summer Program Opportunities for High School Students summer 2020

Yale University:  

The application is now open: We invite you to join us at Yale this summer! Experience life as a university student at Yale's Old Campus while attending an academic session of your choosing.

Summer Sessions Include:  humanities, social sciences, STEM, and a new cross-disciplinary track that incorporates all of the above.
Here's what you need to know:

  • Meet peers from over 125 countries around the world (including all 50 U.S. states), and join discussions where students offer global perspectives.
     
  • We provide over $3.4 million USD in need-based financial aid equally to both domestic and international students, offered as discounts covering up to 100% of tuition costs.

Apply by our early action deadline and receive a reduced application fee. If the fee poses a financial burden, submit a fee waiver to make your application fee $0 USD.

  •  Early Action Deadline: November 12, 2019 at 11:59PM ET
  • Regular Decision Deadline: January 15, 2020 at 11:59PM ET
  • Apply Today:  Yale Summer Program Apply 

 

 
Duke University Summer Session:

How to get ahead and succeed in college, Duke University summer programs. Below is some important info.  
 
Duke University Summer Session’s 2020 Programs NOW LIVE!

Heads up, students! The 2020 Duke University Summer Session info is ready for you! Check it out Duke University Summer Session.

Ask yourself: Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Are you conducting ground-breaking research? Maybe you’re already a leader crafting policies that have a global impact. Or, are you tackling the world’s most complex challenges? At Duke University Summer Session you will take a thrilling first step toward your future success!

See you at Duke this summer!

Sincerely,
Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Duke University
Director of Summer College and Summer Academy for High School Students
summercollege@duke.edu  

 


 

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.
  •  Baldy View Scholarship   
  •  Students selected for scholarships will be honored at the Student Success Awards on Monday, April 10th at the Upland High School Highlander Auditorium!

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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.

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