Summer Enrichment Programs

Enrichment programs can be a great way for students to spend their time off from school, but make sure you know everything you can about the program before enrolling. The programs listed below are advertised to Rocklin High School, not endorsed by Rocklin High School. There are most often costs associated with these programs and some are run by organizations independent of the college where they are being held. There is no guarantee that these programs will help a student get into college.
The best advice is to thoroughly research the program, ask for references from local students who have attended in the past, and determine the value to your student. That being said, there are a lot of GREAT programs out there that will allow students unique opportunities to immerse themselves in an area of study they are interested in. As program information becomes available in the spring, it will be posted in the College and Career Center.
Summer Civic Career Program

Attention Juniors!!! Looking for something interesting to do over the long summer break? Interested in finding out what makes our city tick? Want to earn money while learning valuable job skills and knowledge? If you answered “yes,” then the City of Rocklin’s Summer Civic Career Program is for you. 

In an effort to share with students the many municipal career opportunities, The City of Rocklin and REEF have partnered with Rocklin Unified School District to develop the Summer Civic Career Program. This program will allow students to make important contributions to the City while participating in a challenging and rewarding work experience. 

During the three week program, running  Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm from June 12-29,  students will be placed in one of six departments within the City of Rocklin based upon their skills and interests and will assist City officials and employees with a variety of tasks and projects. 

Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive a $500 scholarship! Applications are due by 8am on March 27, so act now!

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