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    Welcome to the RHS Career Center

    What is the Career Center?

    The Career Center provides resources for 9th - 12th graders to navigate, advance, and achieve their post-secondary goals.

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    Contact the Career Center 

    Edward Rho | Career Center Specialist
    Email: ewrho@seattleschools.org
    Room: 105A
    Phone: 206-252-5788                                                                      Office Hours: Mondays, Every other Wednesdays, & Fridays @ 8:50am - 4:00PM. 

    Mr. Rho coordinates the college readiness program and supports the work of the school counselor by meeting with students and/or parents to assist in career planning that includes: 2-year/4-year college entry process, SAT/ACT, Financial Aid, Military, and Apprenticeships programs.

     

    Michelle Um | UW Dream Project CCRA                                          Email: mum53@uw.edu                                                                     Office hours (Fall Quarter): 

    Drop-in office hours (until December 2020): Tuesday 12-4 pm, Thursday 12-4 pm, Friday 12:30-2:30 pm
    Zoom link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/96247675144  

    My role is to provide support for your postsecondary pathways, including college applications, financial aid, and the workforce, through one-on-one guidance. Feel free to also ask me any questions you may have about the University of Washington, including the admissions process, major system, campus resources, and extracurricular activities. 

     

    Francisco Ramos | Seattle Promise Outreach Specialist 
    Email: Francisco.ramos@seattlecolleges.edu
    Work cell (call and text): 206-661-1216
    Appointlet: https://seattlepromise.appointlet.com/b/francisco-ramos
    Zoom meeting: by appointment (set up via email, text, or Appointlet)
    Weekly Fall drop-in hours: Wednesdays, 2pm-3:30pm: https://zoom.us/j/8988026994

    As the Seattle Promise Outreach Specialist for Roosevelt High School, Francisco is available to support students through the Seattle Promise application process and the transition from high school to college.  Some of the main supports he can provide are: applying for the Seattle Promise scholarship, applying for Seattle Colleges (North Seattle College, Seattle Central College, and South Seattle College) admissions, completing a financial aid application, and support with college placement.

     

    Types of Resources in the Career Center

    • College Course Categories/Applications
    • Financial Aid
    • Scholarships
    • Job and Volunteer Opportunities
    • Apprenticeships
    • Military