· Register students through the college and financial aid application processes.
· Host three orientation and social events for prospective college freshman.
· Require the student to attend a private counseling/advisement session.
· Encourage students to take a “college strategies or career exploration” class. (High school students who take community college classes are exempt from paying enrollment fees.)
High school juniors who begin the program this fall will graduate from high school in 2009 and be eligible to have their Moorpark College tuition paid for the 2008-2009 school year.
“The goal is to fund the Passport to Education program for high school graduates from four school districts, Simi Valley Unified, Moorpark Unified, Conejo Valley Unified, and Oak Park," said Conrad.
Proceeds from the Foundation’s fall event The Wild West Murder Mystery and Scholarship Roundup are solely dedicated to funding the Passport to Education.
For more information or to obtain tickets please contact: Jeanne Brown 805 378-1431 or email:
Moorpark College, 7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, CA 93021 (805) 378 -1400