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Middle School

Middle School Students

Middle school students focus on applying to high schools, learning about different careers accessible with a college degree, and thinking about what it means to be a college-bound student.

5-Week Summer Session

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Career Day

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College Visits

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Community Service

enter site Our students give back to the community by volunteering with local service projects such as the Salvation Army, Glide Memorial, San Francisco Food Bank, Crissy Field Ecological Preservation, and many more.

After School Tutoring

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Transition to High School

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Career Exploration

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 Career Day

enter This annual event involves more than 100 First Graduate students and a dozen local organizations and companies. On Career Day, students get the opportunity to visit a company site to learn about job opportunities available with a college education through hands-on activities, such as a guided office tour, Q&A session with volunteers, and informational interviews. During summer 2014, students visited: Gap, Inc., Reed Smith, LinkedIn, San Francisco Zoo, Ubisoft, Razorfish, Jump Associates, UCSF, California Academy of Sciences, PG&E, and Wells Fargo.

First Resumes

As students begin the high school application process, they developed their first resumes, in which they learn how to articulate their academic knowledge, experiences, and skills. Students also use their resume when they apply for various academic programs.