Welcome to the 
    College & Career Center
    The focus of the College and Career Center at Liberty High School is to serve each student with educational information
    and provide resources to assist with College & Career readiness during high school and post secondary education.

    Update: 12/3/2020
     Please welcome our new College & Career Center Cooridnator Destinie Ramos!
    Mrs. Ramos is available via email, or phone to answer any of your College & Career questions.
           College & Career Center Coordinator
    Destinie Ramos  
    (925) 634-3521   Ext. 5217

    College & Career Center  Hours:

    Monday - Friday, from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 






    Job Opportunity:

    Interested in being a Lifeguard or working at the Aquatic Center for the City of Brentwood this summer? If so, you can apply here: City of Brentwood, Career Opportunities. Be sure to click through both pages of career opportunities. TO BE A LIFEGUARD,  you will also need to pass the City's lifeguard course. To sign up for a Lifeguard Course click here: American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course, Registration.


     "Empowering Women in the Trades" Zoom Event - Friday, May 7th, from 10:00am-12:00pm

    This event is to recruit and encourage women to enter high wage, high skill, and in-demand careers! It will showcase Automotive Technology, Construction Pre-Apprenticeship, Drone Piloting, Electrical and Instrumentation Technology (ETEC), Forklift, Logistic, Operation & Warehouse (FLOW), and Welding Technology! Programs can be completed in 1 to 4 semesters at low cost! To register click here: https://bit.ly/lmcwomen.


    Congratulations to our 20-21 Boy's and Girl's State Delegates:
    Kira Logan
    Ty Henson   Connor Memory   Samuel Stone 

    PSAT 10 - we regret to inform you that the PSAT10 will not be held this year (Spring 2021). Please signup for the PSAT that will beheld in Fall 2021 if you are looking for SAT practice, and/or to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship. Date and time TBD, more info to come. 
    The Career Center is a place where students can:
    • Research higher education and career possibilities.
    • Research information on hundreds of colleges, universities, and vocational schools.
    • Meet with college admissions representatives.
    • Use the computers to access information on scholarships.
    • Work on college applications.
    • Come in and finish homework.
    • Get information on community service opportunities.
    • Get applications for work permits.
    • Look over an abundance of material, on and off line, to assist students in career exploration.



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