Learn about the impact of our work & why your support matters.

10,000 Degrees High School Readiness Summit

YOUR ROADMAP TO HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESS

The 10,000 Degrees High School Readiness Summit is a free and virtual early college and career summer program for rising 9th grade students that focuses on preparing them to feel confident entering high school. In addition to supporting students in their education, the program will provide an opportunity to grow their skills in their everyday life including budgeting, advocating, and more. The High School Readiness Summit includes a parent portion as well!

YOU’LL LEARN…

  • How to budget properly through interactive activities
  • Develop and grow your advocacy skills 
  • Learn about the expectations as a 10,000 Degrees High School Student 
  • Learn about resources available to students on their high school campus  
  • And much more!

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE 10,000 DEGREES HIGH SCHOOL READINESS SUMMIT?

Current 10,000 Degrees 8th grade students attending West Marin Elementary, Tomales Elementary, Hamilton Middle School, San Jose Middle School, or Martin Luther King Jr. Academy.

WHEN IS THE 10,000 DEGREES HIGH SCHOOL READINESS SUMMIT?

Parent Presentation | Monday, August 8, 2022 | 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Student Workshops | Tuesday-Thursday, August 9-11, 2022 |11:00AM – 1:00PM

WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER?

To receive Zoom access information and workshop materials…

  • Early registration: June 3, 2022 
  • Regular registration: August 1, 2022 

CAN I PARTICIPATE IN OTHER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS AT THE SAME TIME?

Yes! If a student participates in other enrichment programs that provide similar services to 10,000 Degrees, they can still participate in the 10,000 Degrees High School Readiness Summit, provided that it does not conflict with other summer programming offered by other organizations.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE 10,000 DEGREES HIGH SCHOOL READINESS SUMMIT?

Students attending a partner middle school or 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 updates for upcoming workshops, and other events to support their transition to high school. 

For more information, contact:

Yngri Romero 
Program Manager, Early College and Career Awareness (ECCA)

Phone: 415.524.3213
Email: yngri.romero(at)10000degrees.org