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2018 Summer Opportunities

 
W A N N A   G E T   A W A Y ?
 
Many summer opportunities are available for Del Mar's students here and across the USA.  Explore, apply and learn while having fun on a university campus!
 
LEARN MONEY MANAGEMENT THIS SUMMER!
 
 
Learn how to effectively manage your personal finances to achieve short-term and long-term financial goals and security!  Key topics include budgeting, savings tactics, managing debt, credit cards, purchasing strategies, earning money, and more.  The instructor-led course includes group activities and practical examples for earning, saving, purchasing, and investing.  This is a great course for students heading to college in Fall of 2018.  Learn more by downloading an information flyer HERE.
 
 
Location:  Bascom Branch Library, 1000 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, 95128
Course Date:  Every Saturday - June 16th to August 4th, 2018 - 10:30am to 12:00pm
To Register:  Please call (408) 808-3077
 
EARN 55+ HOURS OF VOLUNTEER SERVICE FOR COLLEGE!
 
 
Del Mar's Students are invited to apply to HandsOn Tomorrow - a leadership and volunteering-based summer program for high school students.  HandsOn Tomorrow participants can:
  • Earn 55 volunteer hours for college
  • Learn how to be effective community organizers
  • Build teamwork through collaborative learning and volunteer projects
 
Opportunities available include:
  • Walnut Creek & Palo Alto - July 9 to 21, 2018
  • Santa Clara - July 18 to 28, 2018
  • Pleasanton and San Francisco - July 23 to August 4, 2018
 
Scholarship and Registration Information available at: https://www.handsonbayarea.org/tomorrow 
 
HOW DOES STUDYING FOR FREE AT SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY SOUND?
 
 
This summer, the KE Foundation is offering students the opportunity to a free, one-week study session at Santa Clara University.  Students may choose to attend one of two sessions:
 

1) July 17-22, 2018:  students choose to study one academic subject that they may be interested in pursuing in college or university.  Subjects available, include:

  • Business and entrepreneurship
  • Creative arts
  • Engineering and technology
  • Law, society and international relations
  • Medical sciences and psychology
 

2) July 24-29, 2018:  students may choose to study Introduction to the SAT and ACT, or Critical Thinking.

Students also take part in university planning workshops and attend university visits and presentations - some school visits include UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and San Francisco State.

For more program information, download this FLYER.
For registration information, contact:  info@kefoundation.org