Lorena Ochoa M.S., who is an academic counselor in the transfer center, has a lot of knowledge about the many resources available to you as a student. If you do not know what to major in, there are many life planning courses that you can take that outline your strengths in a particular area.
“The transfer center is the most valuable tool for current VVC students that want to transfer to four year colleges,” said Ochoa.
There is a website link that takes you to the transfer center which is Transfer Center : Welcome. You can find out when the next transfer workshop is, find scholarships for transfer students, and schedule appointments to speak with university representatives.
You can also look on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to find the transfer center as well. There are many options available to you. You can make appointments with academic counselors, and they can guide and help you along the way.
Here are just a few resources and events that are upcoming from the VVC transfer center.Tweets by VVCTransfers
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The picture shown above is a picture of Stanford University located in Stanford, California. Imagine putting your education from Stanford University on your resume.
There are plenty of workshops at the transfer center which will assist you in applying to Stanford.
If you work hard as a volunteer in your community, study well, attend your classes, and take notes while the professor is lecturing, you just might make it to the bigtime.