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Upward Bound Channel Islands is a TRiO pre-college academic program designed to help students from Channel Islands High School with academic coursework, study skills enhancement and motivation necessary to complete high school and pursue higher education. Students are provided with tutoring and mentoring, advising, social and cultural enrichment, career and college counseling, and financial aid awareness.

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Are you a Dreamer?

CIDream is a high school DREAMer’s pathway to college. The pre-college program is free and open to students who do not qualify for TRiO Upward Bound from the Ventura County area. The program provides resources, tools, and support for students who are fully committed to postsecondary education.

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What is LULAC Youth?

By joining LULAC Youth, you become part of a national organization led by students. It empowers young people to use their experiences and talents to succeed in school. Also, it creates new opportunities for growth and change by learning to become a leader, how to communicate better, and it opens new doors with other students and professional by getting involved in the community.

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VCCF Workshop

 Scholarships are essential for our students' success and access to higher ed institutions. As our senior class of 2022 are preparing their college applications, it is vital for them to apply for scholarships, especially if they are from local organizations and programs. On the 5th workshop of the Scholarship Success Series, we had a special meeting dedicated to learning about Ventura County Community Foundation. VCCF is a foundation that supports students to enter college by having a scholarship program available to current seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students in Ventura County. Students learned about the program, important changes to the process, and get step-by-step instructions on the application by the scholarship director, Cristina Miranda, and assistant, Malena McKaba. 

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