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For a CCCP Scholars Handout, click HERE:
CCCP Scholars Recommendation Form, click HERE
CCCP Scholars Fall 2012-2013 Supplemental Form, click HERE:
SITE PLUS Course Choice 2012-2013, click HERE:

Questions for short essays (Type 50-250 words in a word processor and copy and paste to online application):
A. What is your academic goal and how will a community college education help you achieve it?
B. Besides financial challenges, describe one specific challenge in achieving your academic goal.
C. Define what diversity means to you, your community, and its importance.
D. FOR SITE PLUS ONLY: How will taking your primary course choice help you achieve your academic goals?
E. FOR STP ONLY: How will learning about African-American history and resources at UCLA help you achieve your academic goals?

Summer Program Choices: All of the programs are residential (with the exception of SITE PLUS and SITE LITE) and selected students receive a scholarship that will cover all the program expenses.

UCLA's Center for Community College Partnerships (CCCP) presents the CCCP Scholars program for the 2012-2013 Academic Year. The goal of the program is to motivate, inform and prepare students to transfer from a California community college to selective Top Tier Research institutions such as UCLA.

If selected, students in the program have access to our summer and year-long academic preparatory transfer programs which guide students through the community college experience, the application and admissions process, research and pre-graduate opportunities and career exploration. The programs focus on these processes from a social justice and educational equity perspective.

CCCP Scholars are students who may be the first in their family to go to college; come from low-income backgrounds; and/or be from underserved communities.

CCCP Scholars targets students who: have recently graduated from high school and plan to enroll in a community college in the fall OR students who have been at the community college who have not yet completed a transfer curriculum at the time of application; students who show potential for transfer success; and non-traditional students who have faced challenges in their academic career.

SITE+ is a 6 week commuter program where students complete a regular summer session course sponsored by UCLA’s Office of Summer Sessions & Special Programs. SITE+ covers the cost of the course and books. Student is required to participate in the supplementary activities that provide advising on the UC application and personal statement. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. June 18-August 3, 2012.

SITE teaches students how to navigate the community college system; complete the appropriate coursework; and make a smooth and successful transition to a University of California campus. SITE emphasizes developing strong academic skills and planning for graduate school. SITE explores the role of higher education for students who traditionally do not transfer in high numbers. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. July 9-13, 2012.

Green SITE exposes La Causa students to University life, the transfer process, "Green" jobs, and research. Additionally, students participate in workshops that help to develop their writing and research skills, while enhancing their analytical skills through discussion and critique of the "Green" movement in urban communities. Only open to La Causa students. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. July 15-20, 2012.

Native SITE is a 6-day residential program that prepares students to be engaged, proactive advocates of their own transfer educational goals. Students learn how to best navigate the community college route and gain valuable insight on being a successful student at a research university through interactive workshops. Native SITE will prepare students for research, career exploration and writing with a focus on the Native American experiences, and will explore the role of higher education for Native students. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. July 22-27, 2012

STP prepares students that are ready to transfer with the skills to complete the appropriate coursework and complete the application process. Students receive individualized advising on the UC application and personal statement. The program introduces research, the demands of University writing, and the many support programs available. The program focuses on the history of and resources available to UCLA African-American students. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. July 30th-August 3rd, 2012.

STEM SITE focuses on majors, resources, and pathways to science careers. Participants are immersed in the core transfer science coursework in Math, Chemistry and Physics; learn vital information on science research; interact with faculty; visit labs; and learn more about support programs for science majors. Must have 3.0+ GPA, be BOG or EOPS eligible and transferring in Fall 2013. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. August 13-17, 2012.

SITE LITE is a one-day, all-day introduction to the CCCP Scholars Program, transfer requirements, campus tour, career and graduate school information, the educational pipeline and social justice, and tips for success at the community college. Part of the CCCP Scholars Program. August 25, 2012

Peer Mentoring Program
CCCP places UCLA students who have successfully transferred from a community college to serve as peer mentors at local community colleges, to provide advice and guidance to students about the transfer experience, and more importantly, to develop a supportive relationship so students see first-hand the opportunities that will help ensure their admission and enrollment at UCLA or other universities.


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