College & Career Center
Helping Cleveland High School students find success after high school! We believe there are many pathways for students to take after high school: 4-year college, community college, apprenticeship, military, and direct entry into the workforce. Every student has incredible potential; we're just here to make sure you also have a plan!
The CCC is staffed by the CHS career coordinator, and about 40 parent and community volunteers, led by a leadership team. The career coordinator facilitates career-related learning for all students at CHS and can advise students on the following post-high school plans: apprenticeship, military, and direct entry into the workforce. The volunteer team is available to answer student questions about 4-year college and community college at email@example.com.
We provide a space for college visits, career workshops, a quiet place to work, and one-on-one advising on a drop-in basis on post-high school planning. We are interested in helping students form ANY kind of plan, whether that is a 4-year college, community college, apprenticeship, military, or workforce training. Visit the CCC website (clevelandccc.weebly.com) for more information, including CRLE opportunities, college visit dates, and scholarship opportunities.
The CCC is open all school days from 9:00am to 3:30pm. Students, drop by anytime (unless you're in class!)
We are located in Room 213.
CRLE: Career-Related Learning Experiences
Each student is required to complete two CRLEs in order to graduate. If you are looking for an activity to complete your CRLE, check out our full list of offerings here. CRLE reflections are now only accepted online.
Click to complete CHS CRLE Reflection #1
Click to complete CHS CRLE Reflection #2
Heading for college? We can help you…
- Find some great colleges
- Navigate applications
- Understand college costs
- With financial aid processes & scholarships searches
College Prep Checklists:
Unsure about college? We can help you…
- Feel more confident about college
- Find other postsecondary opportunities
- Figure out possible career paths
Looking ahead? We can help you…
- Consider your high school courses in light of where you want to go
- Investigate careers, colleges & technical/professional schools
- Set up a timeline & checklists
Volunteers assist students on a drop-in basis, or you can make an appointment to meet with a CCC volunteer. We have computers you can use, catalogs and view books from tons of colleges, information on every aspect of the college & career process, and really helpful volunteers to guide you.
Stop in and get inspired!
We are committed to serving students in our space. If parents have questions and would like to vist the CCC, we strongly encourage that you come with your student.
Want to work as a CCC volunteer?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For College Reps
College Rep. Visits in PPS for the 2020-21 School Year
During distance learning Portland Public Schools is leveraging the virtual environment to open college rep. visits to all HS students across the district. This year we transitioned to Maia Learning from Naviance. College reps. can schedule visits directly in Maia Learning. Below are step by step directions for scheduling a district wide visit with us. You can also watch this brief video.
Maia Learning Instructions for College Reps. requesting a virtual rep. visit
Step 1: Signup your university with Maia Learning here.
Step 2: Once you have established an account with Maia Learning you are able to schedule visits. Click on Schedule College Visit.
Step 3: For Portland Public Schools we have established a district calendar where we will manage all college rep. visits for the district and share with all high schools allowing signup capabilities to all high school students across the district. To access the PPS Calendar in Maia Learning select Country, State and “Portland Public Schools” as the school to access our district calendar with available visit slots. Note: Schools have been instructed to not approve any request for visits for their individual high schools.
Below is a snapshot of the available times we have for college visits across the district.
Step 4: Select your desired rep. visit date and enter your virtual meeting link that students will use to enter your visit. We are asking all colleges to sign up for one visit this season. Our state colleges (PSU, OSU and University of Oregon) who typically have a high demand are welcome to sign up for up to 3 slots.
If you have any questions regarding this process please contact Marquita Guzman email@example.com, HS Counselor on Special Assignment. College Counseling Coordinator Amanda Weber-Welch, at firstname.lastname@example.org, is the direct contact for Cleveland High School.