Author Archives: Daniela Olano

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: TSG Networks

The Whittier Educational Foundation 540 Ashbury Avenue · Building A · Room A231A · El Cerrito, CA 94530 Phone: 510-528-7086 · Fax: 510-528-7142 www.techfutures.org EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Position Title:                                                 Entry Level Help Desk Date Posted:                                                   March 18, 2016 Job Location:                                 […]

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ROAD TO COLLEGE

ATTENTION JUNIORS! The Ed Fund and the West Contra Costa Unified School District will host free, personalized college advisory sessions to high school juniors and their parent(s)/guardian(s) in WCCUSD. Some of the finest college advisors in the Bay Area will guide your one-on-one session. Advisory Sessions will be held at: DeJean Middle School 3400 Macdonald […]

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Free Fix Day March 26, 2016!

Information Technology Academy hosts community “Free Fix Day” Students will help bridge digital divide in the Richmond community The DeAnza High School Tech Academy will be holding a Free Fix Day on Saturday, March 26th, 2015. This will take place at DeAnza High school in the cafeteria from 10 am to 2 pm. As a non-profit, public high school, […]

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It Takes a Village: Financial Aid Seminar for High Schoolers

    The Northern California Historically Black College and University Coalition is presenting its 3rd Annual College Financial Literacy Workshop on THIS Saturday, March 5 from 10:30am-1:30pm at Oakland Tech High School (4351 Broadway, Oakland. 94609). Snacks will be provided. The workshop is for: 8th-12th grade students Parents Transfer students Although it truly seems daunting, […]

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De Anza ITA Student Earns Chevron Black History Month Scholarship

Four high school seniors in the West Contra Costa Unified School District received Chevron Richmond Black Employee Network college scholarships during its 17th Annual Black History Awareness Celebration at the Chevron Refinery last week. Chevron Richmond’s Black Employee Network awards students, who not only excel in the classroom but also in the community, scholarships named […]

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