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NHHS Career Center

May 21, 2014                                                                                                            

NHHS Career Center - Workability & ROP Programs

Jennifer Sonke- WorkAbiltiy  Job Developer– Here at Harbor for 14 years. The best job on campus!  Maintain the job board with local businesses that are within a 5 mile radius of employers that are currently hiring students, for after school and summer employment.  We assist the students with applications, resumes, career exploration activities and different assessments that lead the students toward their various career interests.


Kathleen ShannonROP – Career Specialist – ROP provides career technical classes that combines classroom instruction as well as hands-on learning.  The classes offered are either on campus here during the bell schedule or off campus at various nearby locations, after school hours. Classes are 5 credits a semester or 10 credits if they offer an internship. Classes vary from Arts and Media to Health Science and Medical Technology or Hospitality and Tourism to Building and Construction.



Allison Cummings-Director Collegewise of OC 
April 16, 2014

-  What admissions officers actually look for and what kids can do now to increase their chances of being admitted—how do activities factor in with academics, etc.? What about test scores?

-  Advice for parents about the best way to support their kids through the college application process. 

Allison is a proud 2005 graduate of the University of Redlands where she not only studied English and creative writing, but also worked as a barista at Starbucks.  After graduation, Allison spent two years as a University of Redlands admissions officer.  Allison personally reviewed over 1,000 college application and since joining Collegewise in 2007, she has helped hundreds of students find and apply to the right colleges.  Allison speaks regularly to student and parent groups, and is a certified Collegewise “Master Counselor” who trains new counselors in the Collegewise ways.  When she’s not counseling, Allison enjoys watching bad TV, crafting, and doing virtually anything else that is not camping.

Click Here for a copy of Five Collegewise Tips - handout

Facts for Families

Handouts and videos from Tay Sandoz's presentation on Jan 15, 2014

Click here for a copy of Teen Suicide - Facts for Families

Teen Suicide Prevention Video

Published on Jun 5, 2013

In this video created by Mayo Clinic, teens describe common signs that a teen is considering suicide and provide encouragement for communicating directly and immediately for support and safety. It also Includes suggestions for what to say to a teen who may be at risk for suicide and ways to keep them safe. Things can get better.