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Stanford Neurodiversity Project Camp - Zoom Meetings - July 20 - 31, 2020

Calling all U.S. high school students!

Interested in learning more about neurodiversity? Want to meet other neurodiversity advocates? Thinking about starting your own advocacy project?

Apply to the Stanford Neurodiversity Project Research, Education, and Advocacy Camp for High School Students

Application Link:

What is SNP REACH?

We’re a free, two-week summer camp for high school students across the U.S. to learn more about neurodiversity advocacy. Together, we will:

  • Learn about the history of the neurodiversity movement

  • Hear from neurodivergent student advocates in both high school and college

  • Learn about the strengths-based model, universal design, and current research around experiences of neurodiversity

  • Create neurodiversity advocacy project ideas for your school or community

  • Build a fun and supportive community around neurodiversity!

Check out our website for more info: Whether you’re already involved in neurodiversity advocacy, or new to neurodiversity and looking to learn more, we’d love for you to join us! We’ll be meeting over Zoom from Monday, July 20 - Friday, July 31, Monday-Friday from 9am - 3pm PDT.

Apply at!

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until

Friday, May 1, 11:59 pm PDT.

**Because of the nation-wide changes in response to COVID-19, this year’s camp will be held online via Zoom. We’re working to make this camp as engaging and accessible as possible, and we’re excited to continue offering this space to high school students across the U.S.!**

The summer program is organized by the Stanford Neurodiversity Project, an initiative from the Fung Lab in Stanford’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

Questions? Reach out to

American Educational Guidance Center Website

Here's a website for information on online colleges/degrees and college scholarships:

College Ave Scholarship - Monthly $1,000 Drawings

Getting into college is the first step. Navigating how to pay for college is the next step. At College Ave, we know the best strategy for financing college is to first look at finding scholarship opportunities.

Enter to win our College Ave Student Loans scholarship, and you could win $1,000 for school. We’ll choose one lucky winner each month, so be sure to come back each month to enter.

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North County Society of Fine Art - Deadline March/April 2020

Seniors graduating in 2020 can apply for this application starting in March. This is for students planning to continue their education in the field of visual arts. For more information on this scholarship, please go to

Jeffrey D. Sollender Scholarship - Up to $10,000 - Deadline April 3, 2020

Jeff Sollender was a highly accomplished entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist with boundless energy and optimism who was always available to help others in pursuit of their dreams. He was the founder and/or board member of numerous biotech companies and is remembered for his wit, brilliance, creativity and devotion to his family.

Up to $10,000 over four years will be awarded to each selected graduating high school senior in San Diego County who plans to attend a four-year college or university. Funds may be applied to college tuition, room and board, and fees.


- Demonstrate outstanding achievement in entrepreneurial ventures, community service or in the workplace

- Have a minimum 3.0 GPA

- Have a gross family income of no more than $100,000 per year

For more information, go to

Resource Conservation District Scholarship - $1,000 (7) - Deadline April 6, 2020

We will award up to seven scholarships of $1,000 each to senior students pursuing further education in the fields of resource conservation, environmental science, biology or agriculture. Eligible candidates must:

1. Be a resident within the RCD of Greater San Diego County’s sphere of influence (see the application for a map).

2. Have successfully completed three years of study at an accredited high school.

3. Be nearing completion of their fourth year of high school while maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).

4. Expect, or have received, a “notice of intent” to enroll in undergraduate college courses related to resource conservation, agriculture, or biology.

To apply, candidates will need to provide the following documents:

• Acceptance Letter(s) from colleges/universities.

• Two letters of recommendation.

• Unofficial photocopy of your high school transcript of grades.

• A one-page, 300 – 500 word essay.

• Information about your coursework and extracurricular activities.

For more information, go to

CAASFEP Scholarship - $2,500 - Deadline March 27, 2020

The California Association of State and Federal Education Programs is offering one $2,500 scholarship for a deserving student. An eligible student must:

• Be a high school senior who plans to enroll in an accredited college or university.

• Have demonstrated leadership in school or community activities

• Have an overall academic record of 3.0 G.P.A. or above on a 4.0 scale

• Have a demonstrated financial need

• Be sponsored by a current member of CAASFEP

Please stop by the Wolverine Center for more details.

2020 MTS & Coca-Cola Laptop Scholarship Contest - Deadline April 10, 2020

The Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), Coca-Cola and the San Diego County Office of Education will be giving away 40 laptops this spring! Students enrolled in a San Diego County High School (in grades 9-12) are eligible to apply for the 2020 Laptop Scholarship Essay Contest.

The region is experiencing many immediate challenges, such as housing affordability, climate change, traffic congestion and more. Write a persuasive essay outlining how public transportation can help address regional challenges. Identify two or three major challenges facing San Diego, and how projects included in the Elevate SD 2020 plan can help address these issues. Accepted essays will be a minimum of 750 words (please limit essays to no more than 1,000 words).

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Kelly McGinnis Memorial Foundation Grant - Deadline April 10, 2020

The Kelly McGinnis Memorial Foundation Grant is for high school seniors who have been involved in Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs during high school and intend to go on to CTE schooling or have been hired directly into their chosen industry. Applications are not weighed based upon writing abilities, grammar or spelling, but rather on goals, abilities and previous efforts made towards success in your chosen field.

Each application must include one completed CTE Teacher Evaluation Form (see attached) and two letters of reference. The letters of reference will help us achieve a better understanding of your accomplishments and interests in a CTE field. The two letters may be written by whomever you choose (e.g., CTE instructors, supervisors, mentors and/or community members) and must be included with your completed application packet. Please note: Letters of reference must be written by individuals other than the teacher who completes the CTE Teacher Evaluation Form.

Please stop by the Wolverine Center for the application.

CAA Youth Scholarship Program - Up to $7,500 - Deadline April 10, 2020

The 2020 CAA/ESA Youth Scholarship Program offers $25,000 in funds to children of active duty law enforcement and fire service personnel in the State of California who are graduating from high school in 2020. There are 11 regional awards, one statewide award, and two national awards. This program rewards students who have excelled academically and are active in community service and extracurricular activities at their school. One of the unique aspects of our scholarship program is the requirement for each applicant to submit an essay about how their parent or guardian helps secure their community. This essay is judged on grammar and content and reinforces the important role that law enforcement and fire service personnel play in our community. I encourage you to apply for this scholarship and wish you the very best in your academic endeavors.

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KIA The Great Unknowns Scholarship - $5,000

On March 9th, our friends at Kia—forever dedicated to giving back to local communities-- will begin accepting applications for an amazing scholarship program called “The Great Unknowns.”

The program targets high school seniors (at least 16 years of age) who plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year and reside in the United States.

It focuses on students who plan on pursuing a degree in one of the following fields:

• Sciences—Biology, Chemistry, Pre-Medicine, Physics, Applied Sciences,

• Material Sciences

• Technology— Aeronautics, Automotive Sciences, Computer Sciences, Mechanical Sciences, Technical/Vocational Majors (involving machines, computers, technologies)

• Engineering—All engineering fields, such as Applied, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, etc.

• Arts—Design, Graphics, Architecture, Fashion, Fine Arts, Studio Arts, Motion Pictures/Television

• Entertainment Arts (other design-driven arts will be considered)

• Math—Math, Applied Math, Statistics

We meet so many amazing teens all year. If you’d like to register yours, please visit the site to learn more: CLICK HERE!

Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 & Up - Deadline April 15, 2020

This scholarship is open to all graduating seniors of San Diego County high schools regardless of national origin, and is based on a written essay on nonviolent means for conflict resolution, academic excellence, and community involvement. The scholarship application is available in the Wolverine Center blackboard.

Kiwanis Club of Rancho Bernardo Scholarship - Deadline April 15, 2020

The Kiwanis Club of Rancho Bernardo is once again able to award scholarship money to deserving seniors from Mt. Carmel, Westview, Rancho Bernardo, Del Norte, and Abraxas high schools.

This year's timeline is:

Feb 24 - Scholarship announcements

April 15 - Deadline for applications

April 27 - May 10 - Interviews with scholarship candidates

May 15 - Announce the scholarship Awards

May 27 - Awardees attend RB Kiwanis Meeting to receive their awards


For more information, contact Julie Sleeper at

Scott and Kim Verplank Foundation Scholarship - $10,000 - Deadline April 15, 2020

The Scott and Kim Verplank Foundation provides annually, renewable college scholarships to students beginning their undergraduate studies of up to $10,000 to be used toward tuition, student fees, and books. Scholarships are renewable for up to a maximum of four years for any one recipient based on completing the renewal requirements. Recipients are selected from a pool of applicants meeting the following criteria:

- High School Senior

- Childhood diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes

- Successfully managing diabetes with proper medication, exercise and diet

- Commitment to education by maintaining in excess of a 3.0 grade point average

- Commitment to participating in athletics by actively participating on an organized team

- United States Citizen

- Completion of application with supporting documentation and endorsements

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Porch Skilled Trade and Technology Scholarship - $2,000 - Deadline April 16, 2020

Growing demand and lack of qualified workers in skilled trades and technology means it’s a great time to go back to school and enter these lucrative and fast-growing industries. To help keep up with demand and assist the next generation of professionals, Porch will award a $2,000 scholarship four times a year to eligible students.

  • You must be 18 years or over and currently be enrolled as a high school senior, or in a community college, undergraduate, graduate, technical college, or vocational program, or be planning to enroll in a high school, community college, undergraduate, graduate, technical college, or vocational program during the 2019-2020 academic program in the United States.
  • You must have a minimum 3.4 GPA.
  • You must be pursuing a degree that enables you or others in your community to learn a new trade, develop skills and technology, or start a small business related to home services offered by Porch.

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Lapiz Family Scholarship - $2,000 - Deadline April 24, 2020

Eligibility criteria:

- Past/present farm or migrant farm worker (or child of)

- Incoming freshman or current undergraduate at UC campus

- Financial need

- Renewable

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Henry Williams Scholarship Fund - $500/$1,000 - Deadline April 30, 2020

Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to students attending four-year colleges carrying a minimum of 15 credits. Scholarships of $500 will be awarded to students attending two-year vocational/technical programs carrying a minimum of eight credits. You must be a San Diego County resident, a graduating senior, have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and agree to attend the awards ceremony in June on date selected by the Committee. An official transcript, three letters of recommendations, and proof of the need for financial assistance is required.

For more information, go to after February 1, 2020.

Review It Scholarship - $1,000 - Deadline April 30, 2020

Dr. Gabriel and Christine Chiu are active philanthropists who avidly support a variety of organizations such as: Children Mending Hearts, Cedars Sinai, the American Red Cross, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, John Wayne Cancer Institute, Children's Action Network, GenArt, AVIVA, Project Angel Food, Center Dance Arts, Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Obesity, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Help for Orphans, the American Red Cross, P.S. Arts, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Art of Elysium, Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis, Children's Action Network and the Music Center.

Student Eligibility

To be eligible for the Dr. Gabriel and Christine Chiu “Review It” Scholarship a student must:

1) Be attending college or university no later than September of 2020.

2) Have achieved a GPA of 2.5 or greater during their last academic year.

3) Be attending or planning to attend a school in the US.

4) Submit answers to the essay questions no later than 11:59 PM EST on the day of the deadline.

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Westview PTSA Senior Scholarship 2020 - $500 (8) - Deadline May 1, 2020

The Westview PTSA offers Senior Scholarships to acknowledge our commitment to continued education. We are proud to award eight $500 scholarships for the Westview Class of 2020! The applicants are evaluated on their ability to express themselves and provide compelling responses to the scholarship questions. Each applicant’s answers are distributed to a committee of readers without student identification disclosed.


1. Graduating from Westview in the Class of 2020.

2. Applicants are required to be a Westview PTSA member prior to applying. The cost to join the PTSA is $12.00. Please note that you must be a Westview PTSA Member no later than March 31, 2020 ( for membership application). If you have purchased a Grad Nite ticket and did not decline, you are already a member. If there is a financial hardship to become a Westview PTSA member, assistance may be available by submitting a letter of explanation by March 31, 2020. Email with any questions.

3. The Westview senior is pursuing an associate's or bachelor's degree beginning the fall of 2020. The scholarship is to be used during the fall semester/quarter following high school graduation at an accredited college or university, community college or trade or technical school. Scholarship money will be distributed after the committee chair has received documentation of Fall 2020 registration.

4. The application (available HERE) is to be completed and submitted with the entry to Mrs. Marolt in the Wolverine Center by the end of the school day on Friday, May 1, 2020.


1. The questions should be answered on a separate piece of paper and attached to your application. The answers must be typed.

2. Answers to each question may not exceed 100 words. Applications not following this requirement will result in point deductions.

3. Your completed application must be submitted to Mrs. Marolt in the Wolverine Center by the end of the school day on Friday, May 1, 2020.

4. Recipients will be notified in May and the scholarships will be presented at the Senior Awards Reception at the end of May.

The RISE Financial Progress Scholarship - $3,000 (5) - Deadline May 1, 2020

At RISE, our customers – hardworking college-educated professionals – have fewer options to make progress financially because they have low credit scores. While we offer tools and resources to improve their financial futures, we know that the best way to avoid these challenges is to not suffer from a low credit score in the first place.

We’ve developed the RISE Financial Progress Scholarship to help hardworking students achieve their dreams while also teaching as many students as possible what they need for long-term financial success.

The RISE Financial Progress Scholarship awards five $3,000 scholarships each year to students who demonstrate a desire to improve their financial knowledge – by taking a financial course – and sharing what they learn – through a scholarship essay.

Scholarship recipients may use the scholarship money to help pay for educational expenses, including tuition, fees, housing, textbooks, or even a new computer.

Program cutoff will be the first 1,000 applications submitted or the May 1, 2020 deadline, whichever is first.

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for the RISE Financial Progress Scholarship, you must:

Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Be a full-time or part-time university student; or enrolled to start at an eligible career school, college or university next term.

Have a GPA of at least 2.0 based on a 4.0 scale

Essay Topic

Step 1: Eligible students must complete the RISE Financial Progress Course.

Step 2: After completing the course, eligible students must answer 10 questions based on the course and write a 750-word essay on the following topic: “In around 750 words, tell us about the financial courses you have completed and describe how you will be able to utilize it in your personal life. Have you helped anyone else with what you learned in these valuable financial courses? Do you feel it will help you achieve your long-term financial goals?”

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PB&J Scholarship - $500 - $1,000 - Deadline May 31, 2020

This scholarship is for students whose test scores or GPA might not be the best, but they have the drive to succeed.

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Experimental Aircraft Association Scholarships - $5,000 (16) - Deadline June 1, 2020

EAA invites those who are interested in pursuing flight or a career in aviation or aviation related/STEM fields. We encourage individuals who are well-rounded, involved in their school or community, and interested in the world of aviation to apply for an EAA Scholarship.

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Abbott and Fenner Scholarship - $1,000 - Deadline June 12, 2020

The A&F Scholarships are available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution. To apply for this scholarship you will need to write an essay on the topic below. The essay should be between 500 and 1000 words. Your submissions must be sent to us by email at: scholarships at


Describe your educational career and life goals. Explain your plan for achieving these goals. Include your degree/major, why you selected it, and how this degree/major will help you achieve your goals.

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Console and Associates Legal Scholarship - $1,000 - Deadline June 15, 2020

The scholarship is open to any college student (or accepted high school senior) who has a 3.0 or higher GPA and is either currently pursuing or plans to pursue a law-related degree.

•What’s A Law-Related Degree?

Pre-law, Paralegal Studies, Legal Assisting, Juris Doctor

•Who Can Apply?

High school seniors with a college acceptance letter, undergrads, or students currently pursuing their law degree.

Applicant Must Meet All Requirements

•Applicant must be college students (or high school seniors with an acceptance letter) who are either already pursuing a law degree or plan to in the future.

•Hold a 3.0 or higher overall GPA

•Be a US citizen

For more information, please go to

El Dabe Ritter Scholarship - $1,500 - Deadline June 30, 2020

This scholarship is now available to any high school senior in the United States that desires to apply. More information can be found on our scholarship application below:

Deadline: June 30, 2020

Award Amount: $1,500


AWG Minority Scholarship - $6,000 - Deadline June 30, 2020

This program encourages young minority women to pursue an education and later a career in the geosciences. It provides financial aid and matches the student with a mentor in the same field who will offer guidance and support. This exchange will enhance the student’s experience and provide a view of the world ahead.

Award Amount: One or more awards totaling $6,000 will be given each summer for use during the next academic year (awards include AWG membership).

The applicant must be:

• A woman who is African-American, Hispanic, or Native American

• A full-:me student who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in the geosciences (geology, geophysics, geochemistry, hydrology, meteorology, physical oceanography, planetary geology, or earth science education) at an accredited college or university (high school students who will enter one of these fields during their freshman year may also apply)

• A contributor to the larger world community through her academic and personal strengths

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The Princeton Prize in Race Relations - $1,000 & All-Expenses Paid Trip to Princeton University

The Princeton Prize of Race Relations recognizes high school age students who are helping improve race relations in their schools or communities. Selected from 28 regions across the U.S., recipients of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations are awarded $1,000 and an all-expenses paid trip to Princeton University to attend the Princeton Prize Symposium on Race.

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2020 Range Camp Sponsorship

The RCD is able to fully sponsor one San Diego student to attend this year’s Range Camp! The goal of Range Camp is to introduce students to the professional world of plant, animal, and landscape management. The sponsorship covers the cost of camp fees and round trip airfare. Eligible students must be 15-18 years old and attend high school within our service area. This is a popular opportunity so early applications are highly encouraged. Be on the lookout for additional application instructions and visit for more information.

Futures at UC San Diego Extension.

Three program sectors all of which have full ride scholarships open to student (AND parent participants:

· Program Your Future: iOS Programming and Font End Web Development

· Manage Your Future: Business Management

· Formulate Your Future: Life Science Research

The scholarship application can be found and completed here. Space is limited so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible! If you have any specific questions, please reach out to

Rady Children's Weekend Medical Academy

Please see the flyer below for more information:

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Shipping Container/Tiny Home Interior Design Challenge - Deadline May 4, 2020

Are you an aspiring designer up for a challenge? The tiny house movement is an important part of today's housing industry. This competition aims to explore the challenges and limitations of a very small interior space while expanding the idea of a tiny house beyond its basic function as a physical shelter. The challenge is to design the interior space of a 20-ft repurposed shipping container for a single user.

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Tech Academy for Girls (TAG) - Volunteers Needed!! - March 14, 2020

Volunteers needed! The Tech Academy for Girls (TAG) and UC San Diego CREATE is hosting its second annual Tech Summit on March 14th! This will be a large event with 80+ students and 4 stations. Many volunteers are needed to help with Finches (Java Programming), Arduinos (Circuitry), Cybersecurity (Unplugged activity) or Drones -- no experience required! The event will be held at Fulton Elementary School (7055 Skyline Dr, San Diego, CA 92114) from 10 am - 1:30 pm. If you can volunteer, please fill out this quick form and share with others as well:

UCSD High School Volunteer Summer 2020 Internship Opportunities - Deadline March 15, 2020

For the eleventh year, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), at the University of California, San Diego, will offer its volunteer internship program for high school students entitled Research Experience for High School Students (REHS). As part of this program, students will be paired with an SDSC mentors and will work as part of a research team dedicated to a particular area of computational research.

From Parkinson's and diabetes research to neuroscience research, data analytics, science writing, social media and more, there are plenty of opportunities to choose from. Follow the links below to get started!

We look forward to having you join us this summer!

The Application Process – How to Apply

For detailed information about the program, please visit

For detailed internship project descriptions, please visit

To meet our 2020 mentors, please visit

To view the online application, please visit

Selected applicants will be contacted by SDSC personnel to arrange a personal interview no later than April 10, 2020.


If you have questions about the application process, please contact Ange Mason, SDSC Education and Outreach, via phone at (858) 534-5064 or email at

ThoughtSTEM Summer Internships

Please click below to apply for coding camp internship opportunities:

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SAFARI Park Jobs

Are you a 16 year old and over student who loves animals and is looking for a job? The San Diego Zoo SAFARI Park is looking to hire many part-time jobs during Spring break and Summer. Below are the links for the applications:

Merchandise Sales Clerk

Food Service Clerk

Waterworks Aquatics - Swim Instructors Needed!

Please see the flyer below for more information.
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Poway Unified ESS Aides

Program Aides
To apply, click here:
*Morning, midday, afternoon contracts
*No nights or weekends
*Great kids
*Great staff
*Fun student projects and activities
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Internship/Volunteer Opportunity (Posted 1/8/20)

Interested in learning about campaigns and democracy in general? The Calderon campaign in California's 50th Congressional District is looking for motivated high schoolers to help with the campaign. Please contact Will Edwards-Thro at

Camp Counselor for Kids' Camp Program - The Santaluz Club (Posted 11/22/19)

Job Overview

The Camp Counselor position is a part time seasonal position. The job requires you to work and have fun with kids, ages 4 – 13 years old. Throughout the year Camp Santaluz has: Friday Night Camp, Saturday Morning Camp, and the occasional Monday morning Camp. When school is not in session, we hold camps Tuesday – Friday. Camp Counselors have the potential to work these shifts. We offer an environment that encourages personal and professional growth and are looking for people that want to excel at their job. This position is a lot of fun for the right candidate.

Responsibilities and Duties

· Carries out the program goals and schedule during weekly Camp events (Saturday and Monday Morning Camps) or week long Camps (summer, Winter Break, Fall Break, Spring Break, President’s Week).

· Engage, lead, support and encourage Campers to participate in age-appropriate activities.

· Monitoring Campers to ensure compliance with Camp rules and prevent accidents; Report and record details of incidents, such as accidents or rule violations to Camp Staff and Supervisors.

· Provides basic first aid, while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the Campers throughout the week.

Qualifications & Skills

· Applicant is: Organized, creative, timely, professional, team player, patient, flexible, and can provide high quality customer service.

· Experience working with children (Day Camp, Residential Camp, After School program, baby sitting, etc.)

· Able to lift and carry up to 50lb.

· Must have weekend availability.

Please contact Stephanie Santiago at 858-759-3139 if interested.

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California Student Aid

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CSU/UC Middle Class Scholarships

FAFSA: Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is necessary to determine eligibility for state and federal aid to cover college expenses.

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Fin Aid: The SmartStudentTM Guide to Financial Aid.

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The Poway Unified School District (PUSD) is an equal opportunity employer/program and is committed to an active Nondiscrimination Program. PUSD prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived protected characteristics under the law, including but not limited to ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, immigration status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For more information, please contact the Title IX/Equity Compliance Officer, Associate Superintendent of Personnel Support Services, Poway Unified School District, 15250 Avenue of Science, San Diego, CA 92128-3406, 858-521-2800, extension 2121.

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