College And Career

Located in H-109

The Benicia High College & Career Center is located on the Benicia High School campus.
The program provides college and career services and resources to students (and parents) at Benicia High School, Liberty High and Benicia Middle.
The center is open from 7:45 – 3:00 and is located in H-109.

Services provided include but are not limited to:  one-to-one college and career guidance and exploration,  student assessments, financial aid information (local scholarships/grants/loans), student workshops (resume building, internship, interview skills, personal statement, scholarship, public speaking), college/university presentations, tech and vocational school information, military information ( ASVAB exams), iQuest class mentor/partner apprenticeship, internship and volunteer opportunities, part-time jobs, work  permits, parent/student college discussion meetings, annual BHS College and Career Fair (April), annual Financial Aid Night, annual BHS College Information Night (October), annual BMS College and Career Fair (May).

College & Career Guest Speakers – Student Sign Up Form
Students should use the form below to sign up to attend a College & Career guest speaker or event during Access Period.
This sign up form will be used as the list of students who will receive passes to attend the events. Seats are limited, if you sign up you will be expected to attend.
There are also colleges and career speakers offered during lunch in the College & Career Center in room H-109 – you do not need to sign up for lunch time events and are encouraged to participate as you are interested.

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Benicia High School, 1101 Military West Benicia CA 94510, Mail Office - (707) 747-8325 Counceling - (707) 747-8334