Trio is still accepting applications! They are a MJC program which offers students multiple services, tutoring being one of them. They also help seniors with college application and FAFSA.
Students who need help resume building or job searching. If you are interested in either of these opportunities please contact Jesus Covarrubias.
Modesto Junior College
MJC partners with local high school districts to bring college course opportunities to local high school students. Students can apply and enroll in any available classes, including the previously school specific identified courses.
- Students will need a part time petition and an approval from the principal
- Use the following link for more information on MJC Dual Enrollment
Students please check MJC Student email. Some, if not all communications from MJC will be sent to the student email.
If you are interested in taking the ETHS 2050, Introduction to Ethnic Studies, please fill out the IK12 form. This course will introduce you to the origins, history, and contemporary themes of Ethnic Studies. The course highlights the struggles of historically underrepresented groups and the importance of student and community activism in creating social change.
This course is being offered through California State University, Stanislaus in a synchronous virtual format (distance learning). Space is limited, depending on interest levels, not all students who are interested may be able to participate. The course will start at the end of January and end in May.”