JTED (or Joint Technology Education District) offers career and technical education to high school students in Pima County. From the website:
"The Pima County JTED is a public high school district that offers premier, tuition-free Career and Technical Education programs to sophomores, juniors and seniors. We serve students from public, private, and charter schools, and students who are home-schooled. JTED also serves students who have not earned a diploma or GED and are under the age of 22. Students may attend JTED classes at one of our Central Campuses, located throughout Pima County, or at one of our satellite locations which are located at all public high schools in Pima County, Santa Cruz Valley, Nogales, and in Mammoth San Manuel."
Click here to visit the JTED website for more information.
From Ryan Sermon:
Do you have what it takes to be a Pima Merit scholar? Qualified applicants can submit their
applications starting today at www.pima.academicworks.com using your MyPima login
information. Deadline to apply is 4/15/18! Scholarships Awarded 5/11/18!
The Pima Merit Scholarship covers 16 credits each semester of general, in-state tuition and
applicable student service and technology fees. This scholarship is awarded for two academic
years, fall and spring semesters only. Books and certain fees are not covered, these fees are
What does it take to be a Pima Merit Scholar?
● Pima County resident
● Graduate from Pima County high school between 7/1/17 and 6/30/18
● 3.5 high school GPA or higher or average test score of 165 for GED graduates
● Admitted to PCC
● Activated MyPima account
Steps to Apply to Merit Scholarship
● Log in to AcademicWorks through MyPima
● Complete General Application
● Apply to Pima Merit Scholarship
● Complete 300 word essay - “How will the merit scholarship help you achieve your goals”
AcademicWorks helps PCC students streamline their scholarship application process. This
program works with the student’s MyPima account to easily find and apply to scholarships.
Student data is used to match scholarships to students, and to help complete forms when
possible, which maximizes student scholarship opportunities.
Remember to Apply to PCC today to get the scholarship process started!
Contact email@example.com for more help.
Financial Aid applications are still being accepted! Visit www.fafsa.gov to complete your 1819
application today! PCC School code is 007266.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for scholarship help.
From your friends at the U.S. Department of Education:
"What’s the rush you ask?
Schools and states have a limited amount of aid, and a bunch of states have a FAFSA deadline of “as soon as possible after October 1,” (meaning they actually could run out of financial aid) so it’s good to be at the front of the line!
Don’t leave money on the table. FAFSA is now easier to fill than ever before and it can mean an opportunity for more students to go to college.
Learn more about what you need to get started, and follow this step by step guide to get through it."
Students who plan to apply to college this year (or next year) should take either the ACT or the SAT test for college admission. Scholarship organizations also ask for test results as well, so students will need to take either test as part of the process of applying for college scholarships. Please click on the links below to be taken to websites that provide information such as current testing dates, registration deadlines, and registration forms and fees:
This year we are bringing the Senior Portal experience into the advisories so that all students get the vocational assistance they need in order to be ready for their professional lives after high school. Use this blog to find opportunities, resources, information about SAT/ACT testing, and to find out about college and career fairs. To get started, please visit the Opportunities and Links/Resources pages.