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    Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
    They received a grand total of $4,960,033 in scholarship money.  This figure includes community, national,
    collegiate and military awards.
    Upcoming Community Events and Opportunities

    High School Intern Program at The Clorox Company - The Information Technology Department at The Clorox company located in Pleasanton California is offering a High School Summer Scholarship Program for a couple of students from Dublin High School.  The program will be centered around solving a real business problem for The Clorox Company using a case study method.  They will provide the background of the business problem and the High School students will work in teams to develop a plan and solution.  They are looking for students entering 11th and 12th grade for this program.  Further, they are looking for students with all interests and backgrounds.  You do not need to be able to code to be considered for this internship as they are looking for students with all sorts of experiences and interests to solve the presented case study.

    Program Details:

    •       Starts June 17th at 9 am and ends July 12th  

    •       Work hours are 9 am to 5 pm

    •       Scholarship (for an accredited college, university, or technical school) is $1000 for participation in the 4- week program 

    •       Apply by May 21st  by submitting your resume with phone number and email to

    This program is designed to provide high-school juniors and seniors with a real-world educational experience that will help them better understand issues affecting businesses and ways to work together to find solutions, which they can apply in their future academic and career pursuits.  Students will not be Clorox employees or receive compensation. Please note though that intern applications should be submitted

    CA 57 15th Annual Western Region Challenger Jamboree - Youth Volunteer Opportunity on Saturday, May 25th, 2019.  Sign-up to be a Buddy in the morning, afternoon or both. Lunch is provided  Sign up at: 
    More Tips on how to be a Buddy and the Required Medical Release form - available at
    Congressman Swalwell has internship opportunities starting late May and early June for graduating seniors that have been accepted to a college or university.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Mrs. Nobida at
    Alameda County Fair Volunteer Program - now looking for volunteers for this summer's fair!  
    BioTech Boot Camp Grades 10th – 11th, $100 per student per session, (Basic) June 17 - 20, 2019, Monday – Thursday, 9:00AM – 3:00PM (Advanced) June 24 – 27, 2019, Monday – Thursday, 9:00AM – 3:00PM.  For more information, contact: Amy Chovnick, Registration:
    The BioTech Boot Camp is for local public high school students who want to experience how biotechnology is being used to diagnose diseases, solve forensic cases, improve the food we eat, and conserve natural resources. Students will learn basic DNA investigative tools in our state-of-the-art labs, meet scientists from local biotech companies, and enjoy the college campus experience. To be eligible for the Advanced Camp, students must have one year experience or attended LPC’s BioTech Boot Camp in the past.
    CyberPatriots Cyber Camp Grades 9th – 12th and LPC Students, $100 per student, No experience necessary, June 17 – 21, 2019, Monday – Friday, 9:00AM – 3:00PM For more information:, Registration: 
    Cyber Camp is a five-day technology event designed to excite students new to cybersecurity about STEM careers, and teach them important cyber defense skills through hands-on instruction and activities. Cyber Camp culminates in an exciting final team competition that simulates real cybersecurity situations faced by industry professionals and mimics Air Force Association’s Cyber Patriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.
    Digital Media Summer Camp Grades 9th – 12th, $100 per student per session, Pizza Party Last Day! Level: Introduction, June 10 – 14, 2019, Monday – Friday, 9:00AM – 3:00PM For more information, contact: Peter Kuo, Chris Meyer,
    During the camp, students will explore several industry standard tools, including Illustrator, Maya, Photoshop and Adobe Spark. Over a period of 5 days, students will work both individually and within teams to develop a fictional promotional campaign centered upon a product idea of their choice. At the end of the camp, each student will have a portfolio that includes their product concept in 3D, packaging and a website for their chosen product. Sign up at
    Hawk’s Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Camp Grades 10th – 12th, $225 per student per session, Session 1 June 17 – 20, 2019, Monday – Thursday, 10:00AM – 2:00PM.  For more information, contact: Anela Le Cara, Registration:
    If you are interested in athletic training, or any area of sport medicine, this is the camp for you. Campers will have the opportunity to learn day-to-day procedures of a sports medicine professional, including preventive and rehabilitative methods used in common athletic injuries, therapeutic modalities, and emergency care. Become CPR Certified! The hands-on LPC Sports Medicine Camp is an all-inclusive program designed to prepare students for a future in sports medicine.
    Public Safety Boot Camp Grades 10th – 12th, $100 per student, 1-Week, June 24 – 27, 2019, Monday – Thursday, 9:00AM – 3:00PM, Pizza Party Last Day!  For more information, contact: Chad McMullen,  Registration:
    Interested in the field of Public Safety? Come to the LPC Public Safety Camp to discover your career as either an EMT/Paramedic, Fire Fighter, or Law Enforcement Agent. Learn how to save lives, fight fires, or even implement the law correctly. During this camp, you will learn CPR, how to lay fire hoses, ladders, and more.  Explore your career now at the Las Positas College Public Safety Boot Camp.
    Welding Camp (FILLED - WAITLIST ONLY) 2-Weeks, June 10 – 20, 2019, Monday – Thursday, 8:00AM – 1:45PM, Tuition and Fees may apply, WLDT 1-V01; Section 10678; 1.0 Units For more information: Scott Miner,, Registration:
    LPC Welding Camp gives high school students an opportunity to earn a college unit while igniting their interest in the field of welding. The two-week camp introduces the basics of shop safety, hand tools, and welding to high school students. With an emphasis on practical uses and applications, students earn one unit of welding college credit towards their degree in a summer welding lab experience manufacturing a smoker BBQ.
    Bay Area Skilled Trade Summer Programs
    The College & Career Center is open most days from 7:30am - 4:00pm,  Monday through Friday.
    College & Career Specialist
    (Tri-Valley ROP)
    Work Base Learning Coordinator
    Mrs. Zoe Zannis
    The College & Career Center is available to help students research possibilities for their future.
    Information is available regarding: 
    *Colleges/Universities/Community Colleges
    *College and Career Speakers
    *SAT/ACT Testing
    *Career Guidance
    *Financial Aid
    *ROP Classes
    *Job Board/Work Permits
    *Vocational/Apprenticeship Opportunities
    *Volunteer Opportunities