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Contact JCYC

Linda Her,
Education Advisor

Room 224

 

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday

9:00 am to 6:00 pm

JCYC Educational Services


JCYC is a FREE pre-college outreach program for all students providing tutoring, information about careers, high schools and colleges, and college campus field trips. These program services are available on the Francisco campus:

 

  • Tutoring: We offer tutoring services for students during lunch and after school. Multilingual tutors are available to help bring students' grades up.
  • Preparing for High School (Enrollment Application): We assist 8th grade students in completing the Enrollment Application to select the high school of their choice.
  • Career Exploration Presentations: Provide presentations and activities about career awareness/exploration for 7th grade students. Map out your career interests and goals.
  • Career Day: Different individuals representing traditional (such as nurses, lawyers) and non-traditional (such as actors, DJs) career fields visit your school. They share their educational backgrounds and work experiences.
  • High School and College Field Trips: Visits are made to school campuses to see what is available for them in the future.
  • Study Skills Presentations: Gain valuable knowledge of how to study better. Tips and tricks to support your learning.

Schedule

3:30 – 3:45 PM Sign in with Beacon
3:45 – 4:00 PM After School Community Time
4:00 – 5:30 PM JCYC H.W. Club/Tutoring
5:00 – 6:00 PM Beacon Clubs
6:00 – 6:15 PM Sign out at Bungalows 

JCYC Educational Talent Search is a Educational Talent Search TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education since 1979. Over the past 35 years, JCYC ETC has successfully assisted more than 55,000 students to graduate from middle and high school and gain acceptance into college.

Our mission is to identify, select and assist low-income youth who have the potential to be the first generation of their family to graduate from high school and enroll in a 4-year college or university.