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Scholarships for High School Seniors

Travis Credit Union announces the Mary Keith Duff Memorial Scholarship for high school seniors. The amount has been increased to $2,000 and we will be awarding twenty recipients! We also wanted to express that immigration status is not asked and a social security number is not required to apply. The application is available to download on our website:

Scholarship Resource List


Internships / Opportunities

Paid summer internship opportunity for students at Dahlin Architecture in Pleasanton

Dahlin Group architecture Planning is currently accepting applications for our Summer Internship Program in our Pleasonton, CA office! Experience with CAD and/or REVIT is preferred.

For more information and to apply:

UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Sports Medicine Volunteer

Are you 16 years old or older? Do you have good communication skills, want to work in Sports Medicine, and want to work with kids?

Sports Medicine Volunteers:

  • Interact with patients and families
  • Observe therapy and assist when appropriate
  • Help with sport specific drill set up/clean up
  • Perform clerical work
  • Clean and organize therapy area
  • Assist with library research

How to join in on the action:

Oakland: Contact: Vanessa Chiu,, 510-428-3558

San Ramon: Contact: Krisi Bruce,, 925-979-3450

Walnut Creek: Contact: Jamie Faison,, 925-979-3430

Download the application and register for New Volunteer Orientation at:

Student Days at the Eugene O'Neil Tao House

The Eugene O'Neil Foundation is hosting FREE one-day Master Classes in: Acting, Digital and Visual Arts, Photography, and Playwriting. Professional artists at the National Historic Park; Eugene O'Neill's Tao House, lead workshops that are open to all High School students.

For more information and to apply visit:

Lawrence Hall of Science

The Lawrence Hall of Science is currently recruiting youth for our Engineering Lab, and Floor and Special Events programs. 

We're looking for more applicants that will become part of our internship program. Our youth have the option to join a year-round science education and youth development program that helps support STEM exploration and the college admissions process.

Through joining our program, teens have the opportunity to:

  • Fulfill community service requirements
  • Develop job skills that include public speaking and customer service, self confidence and leadership, adaptability and flexibility to manage multiple assignments under changing conditions, and the ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work.
  • Learn about communicating science to the public
  • Find a safe way and a place to socialize with other youth and build interpersonal relationships
  • Enjoy the benefits of experiencing a work-related environment with Hall staff, UC Berkeley college interns, and other teens from all around the Bay Area.

Ideal candidates are must be entering 9th grade or above and be able to attend the Mandatory Teen Orientation on Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 11:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Youth who demonstrate a passion for science, technology, engineering, math, or education and/or are interested in working with the public are particularly well suited for the program. We hope to serve as the critical difference in our youth's choice or opportunity to pursue a STEM career and/or education.

For more Info:

California Youth Energy Service

California Youth Energy Service (CYES) is a summer employment and training program for 15-22 year olds. Interested students can read more about the job and apply on line here: programs/california-youth-energy-services/job- opportunities/

Internship in Local Government

If you live or go to school in any of these areas: (Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City and Vacaville in Solano County; Antioch, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, Oakley and Pittsburg), you may be eligible to apply for an Internship, working for Assemblyman Jim Frazier. The internship is unpaid and open to all high school and college students connected to these areas.

To learn more, go to:

Opportunity Junction Logo

Everyone who is willing to work hard deserves an opportunity to succeed!

Get the support you need to launch your career at no cost to you.

  • Job training and placement for administrative careers
  • Help for 18-24 year olds at Los Medanos College
  • Career counseling and job placement
  • Computer and language classes in the evening

Learn more: Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. at 3102 Delta Fair Blvd., Antioch, CA 94509 (925) 776 -1133

or visit their website at:



Contra Costa High School CAREER FAIRS

Antioch Unified School District – March 15, 2018

Contact: Amber Martin, (925) 779-7550 ext. 42060,

Martinez Pathways to Careers – March 28, 2018

Contact: Sierra Mathias,

John Swett Unified School District – April 12, 2018

Contact: Patricia Murillo, (510) 787-1088 ext. 1303,

Pittsburg High Career Link Expo – April 25, 2018

Contact: Shereen Sasser, (925) 473-2319,

Page updated on: March 12, 2018

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