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need a work permit?

STEPS TO COMPLETE WORK PERMIT PROCESS:

1. Download & print work permit application below

2. Student, Employer & Parent sections must be completed and signed

3.  Submit completed application to Ms.Womack, via email to swomack@lbschools.net

4. Once permit has been processed, it will be emailed to student. Please allow at least one day to process.

swomack@lbschools.net

FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS... Start here

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SUMMER PROGRAMS

military monday's

Representatives from the different military branches will be on campus during LUNCH on the following Monday's:

CCC, rm 801

TBD

QUAD

TBD

College reps visit poly

Students must sign-up in the College & Career Center (CCC), room 801, prior to visit for schools scheduled during class time in order to receive a pass to attend. Students of All grade levels are welcome to attend.

 

College & Career Center

LBCC ECPP SUMMER & FALL COURSE SELECTION - DEADLINE 5/1/20

lbcc ecpp summer enrollment steps -  deadline 5/1/20

STEP 1 | Complete your Summer 2020 LBCC Application to receive your Viking ID#

o   Review the Application Assistance Handout

o   If you have not attended LBCC for one or more terms, you must reapply

If you have never completed a CCC APPLY ID, please follow these steps:

o   Please create a CCC Apply Account by clicking Create an Account

       §  Your CCC APPLY ID is letters and numbers (LBC1234)

       §  Will be received instantly, via email, after creating an account

o   Log into the LBCC Application with your CCC APPLY ID and complete a campus application.

       §  Your LBCC VIKING ID is a seven-digit number (1234567)

       §  Will be received 24-48 hours, via email, after completing an application 

STEP  2 | Complete and Submit  LBCC Dual Enrollment Form to the ECPP Application

o   Review ECPP Course Information Handouts on the Early College website under Dual Enrollment

o   Summer and Fall 2020 courses are available!

o   You must complete one application for each term

If your dual enrollment form cannot be signed by your LBUSD HS counselor

  • Submit an ECPP Application with the student & parent signature only
  • LBCC will contact the your school district in order to acquire proper recommendation

lbcc Fall 20 enrollment steps

1. Submit Summer/Fall 2020 Application (see attachment  below for instructions) LBCC Viking ID# will be emailed 24-48 hours after you have submitted your application

2. Submit FAFSA or DreamAct Application

3. Set up your Viking Portal once he receives Viking ID# via email (see attachment below for instructions) and complete steps a, b & c below:

a. Complete Guided Placement Tool (see attachment  below for instructions)

b. Complete Participant Agreement (see attachment  below for instructions)

c. Complete Online Orientation in Viking Portal (see attachments below for instructions)

4. Set up meeting with LBCC Counselor - DEADLINE 5/11/20 (see attached flyer)

summer programs

SAT/ACT Prep Resources

college & career center team

Contact Roc'Kale Bowman  Roc'Kale Bowman Staff
Contact Alaa Shuub  Alaa Shuub Staff
Contact Sylvia Womack  Sylvia Womack (562) 591-0581 ex: 5140 Career Center Supervisor Ext 5140

official transcript request

College Applications Open

UC - DUE 11/30

AUGUST 1st

CSU - DUE 11/30

OCTOBER 1st

The Common App

AUGUST 1st

California Community Colleges

OCTOBER 1st

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College/Career Locker
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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

aquarium of the pacific high school education volunteer application open (click on flyer to apply)
Aquarium of the Pacific Volunteer Application

Youth Volleyball Coaching

St.Mary's Medical Center Long Beach Gives (9/19/19) Contact 562-491-9248 for more information

Looking for the opportunity

college bound programs

SCS NOONAN Scholars Programis a program designed to help under-served Seniors (African-American, Latino, Asian & Pacific Islander) with a 3.5 Academic GPA or higher, transition & graduate from college.  Through scholarships, jobs, internships, and mentorship, the students of South Central Scholars develop their full potential and become the future leaders, both within SCS and the broader community. If interested, you must first fill out an online intake form. Get Started!

trio upward bound program

LBCC Upward Bound Programs provide fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance.  The goal of the Long Beach City College TRiO Upward Bound Program is to prepare high school students from the Long Beach Unified School District area to enroll in and successfully complete a postsecondary education program.  The Program accomplishes this objective by enhancing participants’ academic skills, personal motivation and confidence, which are needed to succeed in college. Upward Bound works with students who are from low-income families (according to US Department of Education guidelines) and / or are potentially the first generation in their families to attend college

 

Student Application

Program Brochure

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EAOP Goals
The Early Academic outreach program was established in 1976 by the University of California to increase the number of students who have the opportunity to achieve a postsecondary education. Through a series of educational partnerships between school districts, school sites, and community organizations, EAOP designs, develops, and implements academic enrichment strategies to increase the college going rates of the schools it serves.

EAOP Mission Statement
The mission of EAOP at UC Irvine is to increase the academic preparation and college going rates of the students and schools it serves.  Through a series of collaborative strategies that includes; Academic Enrichment Programs, Academic Advising, Test Prep, and Parent Engagement, EAOP is positioned to develop the next generation of university scholars.

Student Application

california student opportunity and access program

The California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) is a State legislated program established in 1978 that serves low income, first-generation students and/or students attending schools with traditionally low college-going rates. Cal-SOAP’s mission is to help students improve their academic performance and make information about post-secondary education and financial aid more widely available.

Student Application

Program Flyer

Service academy nominations

There are four service academies in the United States that require a nomination from an authorized nominating source.

Each academy offers young men and women a free college education at a highly-ranked, nationally-recognized academic program while preparing them for an officer's commission in the armed forces. The academies are: the Air Force Academy, the Merchant Marine Academy, the Military Academy at West Point, and the Naval Academy.  The fifth service academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, does not require a Congressional nomination.

For more detailed information regarding the programs offered by each of the academies, you are encouraged to follow the links below. Each service academy has its own web site.

U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York

U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland

U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York

U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut