Welcome to the WLHS College & Career Center

  • The College & Career Center at West Linn High School is located in the Counseling Office. Students will find college information and viewbooks, career exploration materials, scholarship information and applications, and the answers to their college and career-related questions. Materials and assistance are available to students and parents alike. Feel free to contact Kami Vermillion in the College & Career Center, (503) 673-7822 for information.

    Please explore the resources available, and to learn how to stay connected!

College and Career Announcements

  • College Instant Admissions Events

    We have changed the format of this event from what was previously planned. Please disregard the all-day, multiple school, Instant Admissions Event previously scheduled for Tuesday, January 28th.

    Listed below are each school, the date they will be present, and a link for a Google Doc sign up sheet for each school. Students do not need to start their application ahead of time but if they would prefer, it would likely make the decision process quicker.

    All Admissions will be located in the Glass Study Room in the Library on their specified day. Students will be called out for their appointment times.

    An Admissions Representative from each school will be here at WLHS to meet with students and they can find out the same day whether they will be accepted to the College or University! If you have not had the chance to complete your application or have any questions feel free to still sign up for an appointment to meet with an Admissions Representative to complete the process. The College and Careers office will handle getting the Admissions Representative all supporting documents needed.

    • Western Oregon University: Tuesday, January 28th (9 a.m.-2 p.m.)
    • Portland Community College: Wednesday, January 29th (9 a.m.-12 p.m.)
    • Eastern Oregon University: Friday, January 31st (9 a.m.- 2 p.m.)
    • Portland State University: Tuesday, February 4th (9 a.m.- 2 p.m.)
    • Clackamas Community College: Friday, February 7th (9 a.m.-2 p.m.)
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  • Are you looking for scholoarships? 

    About Oregon GEAR UP

     

    The goal of the GEAR UP program is to ensure that Oregon's low-income middle school and high school students are prepared for, pursue, and succeed in postsecondary education whether that be a Bachelor's degree, Associates degree, certificate, apprenticeship or other training.

    GEAR UP years of service

    Oregon GEAR UP - which stands for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs - is supported by a grant from theU.S. Department of Education and the contributions of many community partners. We work with select middle and high schools over seven years to create a college-going culture by providing funding and technical assistance, professional development for educators, and summer opportunities for students.

    Our schools range in size but all serve low-income students in rural communities. School staff work as a team to design program activities that meet the needs of their community grounded in our research-based model. Examples include college visits, financial aid awareness nights for parents and students, tutoring and academic support, and career fairs. The Oregon GEAR UP office and its partner organizations also sponsor statewide activities that complement the efforts of school personnel.

    Oregon Goes To CollegeIn addition to working with GEAR UP schools, our program conducts outreach and offers college readiness resources to all of Oregon's low-income serving middle and high schools including statewide initiatives like College Application Week and It's A Plan, comprehensive checklists for students, parents, and educators from middle school through college. GEAR UP is currently administered by Oregon State University as part of the Office of Precollege Programs; the Oregon University System administered the program from 2002-2014. Note: Portland Public Schools has a separate GEAR UP partnership grant.

     

    Click Here for a list of open scholarships you might be eligible for!

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  • Hello, From Engineers Week!

    The 2020 Engineers Week High School Program is fast approaching:

    Tuesday, February 18, 2020

     We are so excited to see you and your students at the
    DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

    Information about registration will be sent out by email in January.
    In the meantime, check out our website www.oregonengineersweek.org and chat with your students about attending this fun and interesting event!

    Contact me if you have any questions or if you would like marketing materials to share with your students.
    We look forward to seeing you and your students there!

      

    Shasta Billings-Beck
    E-week Planning Committee:
    High School Registration and Website Lead
    oregoneweek@gmail.com

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  • halverson  

    Have you ever wanted to be like Officer Halverson? An office of velvet figures, awesome uniforms, cool tools, and drive and awesome car?!

     

    Let’s be honest, we are all a little jealous and now you too can be just like our own SRO Halverson.

     

    Portland Police Bureau & the Clackamas Sheriff’s Department are looking for new recruits! If you are looking for a rewarding career in which to serve your community, click the links below join the Cadet program and see if a career in law enforcment is for you!

    https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/420436

    https://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/cadet.html

     

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