The 10,000 Degrees College Opportunities Summit is a summer college success program that focuses on supporting rising high school seniors prepare for their senior year and beyond through a *FREE* weeklong series of virtual workshops and activities with recent college graduates. We firmly believe in helping students reach their full potential regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, documentation status, or socioeconomic background.
Students will Zoom in virtually from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday on the following weeks:
If you do not attend one of the schools above you will be placed on a waitlist based on program space availability. Students will be notified by Friday, July 1 if they have been assigned a program session.
WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER?
To receive Zoom access information and workshop materials, students attending the July 18-22 session must register by July 13, 2022, and students attending the July 25-29 session must register by July 20, 2022.
There will be a Parent Night in English and Spanish both weeks! Parent Night for parents and guardians of students who are attending July 18-22 will be on July 20 at 6pm. Parent Night for parents and guardians of students who are attending July 25-29 will be on July 27 at 6pm. No separate registration required.
Parent’s and Guardian’s are invited to learn…
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS FOR THE WORKSHOPS AND PARENT NIGHT?
Students and Parents will begin receiving links in early July to the email they provided when registering.
CAN I PARTICIPATE IN OTHER “COLLEGE ACCESS” PROGRAMS AT THE SAME TIME?
Yes! If a student participates in another college access program that provides similar services to 10,000 Degrees, they can still participate in the 10,000 Degrees College Opportunities Summit, provided that it does not conflict with other summer programming offered by other college access organizations.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE 10,000 DEGREES COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES SUMMIT?
Students attending a partner high school site will have access to *FREE* year-round workshops and support from a near-peer 10,000 Degrees Fellow. Students will receive email and text updates for upcoming financial aid workshops, college application workshops, and other events to support their matriculation to college.
Director of College Access, Marin & West Contra Costa
Director of College Access, San Francisco & South Bay
Email: jjimenez (at) 10000degrees.org
Director of College Pathways, Sonoma & Napa
Email: eli.weinzveg (at) 10000degrees.org