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    The mission of the Norwood Secondary School
    Guidance 
    Department is to provide academic, career
    and 
    personal/social counseling support to all students
    so that each student reaches his or her true potential
    and is prepared with a plan for life after public education in the
    twenty-first century.
     

    1.  COUNSELOR - RICK WILLIAMS

    Welcome to the Norwood Secondary School Counselor's Corner. I hope that you will find this page very useful. There are a lot of things happening each month. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at 327-4336 ext 121 or email me at: rick.williams@norwoodk12.org 


    2.  EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

    High School/ College Exchange Programs: Exchange programs are invaluable to help people gain understanding, acquire knowledge and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world. 



    Go Global: Youth For Understanding (YFU) is a non-profit international educational organization with programs in 64 countries. One of the world's oldest, largest, and most respected exchange organizations, YFU has exemplified excellence in exchange worldwide since 1951.

    CIEE : A nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, CIEE is the world leader in international education and exchange. For more than 65 years, CIEE has helped thousands of people gain the knowledge and skills necessary to live and work in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by offering the most comprehensive, relevant, and valuable exchange programs available.

    3.  COLLEGE AND TESTING PREP/SUPPORT

    ACT: ACT is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides a broad array of assessment, research, information, and program management solutions in the areas of education and workforce development. Each year, ACT serves millions of people in high schools, colleges, professional associations, businesses, and government agencies—nationally and internationally. ACT has offices across the United States and throughout the world. 

    SAT: The SAT is the nation’s most widely used college admission exam. Learn more about how the SAT can help you show colleges what you know and what you know you can do. 

    SAT II Prep "College Board": The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board is composed of more than 5700 schools, colleges, universities and other educational organizations. Each year, the College Board serves seven million students and their parents, 23,000 high schools, and 3800 colleges through major programs and services in college readiness, college admission, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-known programs are the SAT®, the PSAT/NMSQT® and the Advanced Placement Program® (AP®). The College Board is committed to the principles of excellence and equity, and that commitment is embodied in all of its programs, services, activities and concerns. 

    Reviews.com ACT/SAT Test Prep: The Reviews.com research team compiled a list of 38 ACT/SAT prep course companies and then selected the 7 best companies to review based on the 28 most important features.

    Chegg Test Prep: With Chegg Test Prep, students can get instant access to hundreds of expert SAT, ACT, and GRE test prep guides.

    SAT Test Prep: http://www.chegg.com/test-prep/sat
    ACT Test Prep: http://www.chegg.com/test-prep/act

    Digital Learning North America - Your scores on your ACT or SAT can have a major impact on your college career. High scores can lead you to scholarships, grants, class exemptions, and more. The idea of studying for all the equipment can sometimes be an overwhelming experience for some eager students. However, the resources found here can help students study hard, practice, and gain confidence, so they can do their very best. We do not charge for this resource and no login information is required to access it:  Discover Business Degrees: ACT and SAT Prep Resources

    March2Success.com  A great resource to prepare for the ASVAB as well as ACT/SAT tests.

    Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2008 Salman Khan with the goal of creating a set of online tools that help educate students. The organization produces short lessons in the form of YouTube videos.  Its website also includes supplementary practice exercises and materials for educators. All resources are available to users of the website.

    CampusReel - 10,000+ student-made videos showcase dorm rooms, dining halls, student life and more on college campuses. It's like YouTube for college search.  It's the most fun and effective way to experience a college campus and community.

    ACCUPLACER Next Generation preparation links to review prior to testing;

    Advanced Algebra and Functions Next Gen Practice

    Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra and Statistics Next Gen Practice

    Writing Next Gen Practice

    https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students/prepare-for-accuplacer/practice

    https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students/prepare-for-accuplacer/practice-download

     

    ASVAB STUDY LINKS

     

    Test Prep Review offers a free practice test webpage that features practice tests for each section of the exam, as well as test-taking strategy tips.

     https://asvabpracticetestonline.com

    4.  PROFESSIONAL/VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS


    Here are important links to local vocational programs as well as work force support options. I have also included links to all the military services. These are all great options to get skills and certifications for students not interested or possibly ready for college after high school.

     Vocational Options

    Colorado Work Force

    Delta Technical College

    Southwest Colorado Community College

    IntelliTec

    Lincoln College of Technology

    Universal Technical Institute

    WyoTech

    Colorado Northwest Community College

    Aims Community College

    Front Range Community College

    Pueblo Community College

    Pikes Peak Community College 

    Community College of Denver 


    Military Options

    Army

    Navy

    Marines

    Air Force

    Coast Guard

     

    Medical Careers

    The CU BA/BS to MD Program;  This is an amazing opportunity for students who are considering becoming physicians; specifically primary care physicians who have the passion to stay in the State of Colorado and practice.

    Nursing Resources:

    Medical Assistants

    Pharmacy Technicians

     

    5.  WEB RESOURCES AND FINANCIAL AID

    Please take a look at the numerous web links below which are designed to help students and parents navigate scholarships, financial aid, college search links, testing links, and exchange programs.

    College Search Engines, Sources of Aid and Scholarships:

     College Scorecard; College Scorecards make it easier for you to search for a college that is a good fit for you. You can use the College Scorecard to find out more about a college’s affordability and value, so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.

    FAFSA: Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of postsecondary education to all Americans —and its value to our society. Federal Student Aid plays a central and essential role in supporting postsecondary education by providing money for college for eligible students and families. We partner with postsecondary schools, financial institutions and others to deliver services that help students and families who are paying for college.

    FAFSA Estimator: The student may want to use the Federal Student Aid Estimator before filling out the FAFSA® form to help them understand their options for paying for college or career school by providing them with an early estimate of how much federal student aid they may be eligible for.

    Student Loan Calculators:  You can use these student loan calculators to compare repayment options, payoff strategies, refinancing savings, and tax deductions

    Fast Web: For nearly 15 years, Fastweb has been the leading scholarship search provider for every student going to college. As a scholarship matching service, Fastweb matches users to scholarships based on their qualifications, meaning students have a better chance of winning. Their scholarship database contains 1.3 million scholarships worth over $3 billion.

    Cappex: With easy-to-use tools that quickly let you find colleges, like College Profiles and Reviews for 3,000+ colleges, College Invites, $11 billion in merit scholarships (powered by MeritAid.com)... even a “What Are My Chances?®” Calculator that instantly tells you your chances of getting into your favorite schools. You've got the source that gives you all the info you need, all conveniently in one place. The resource more than 2 million cumulative students have trusted for their college decisions. MeritAid.com provides Cappex with comprehensive details of $11 billion in merit scholarships offered by colleges across the country. It is the first centralized website dedicated to matching students with merit-based scholarships from more than 3,000 colleges. Knowing what merit-based scholarships are available before students apply to colleges can help them make a more educated decision on where to apply.

    CAPPEX Career and Majors Quiz:  Choosing a major that is right for you is an important part of your college experience. Many schools specialize in certain majors and a school's strong reputation in a particular field can help launch your career after graduation. Ultimately, understanding which majors fit your interests, skills, and strengths can help narrow down your college decision.

    College Invest:  CollegeInvest's mission is to address the challenges Coloradans face regarding both the affordability of and access to higher education. CollegeInvest was created by the State of Colorado in 1979 and is a division of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. As Colorado's leading education financing resource, we provide expert information, simple financial planning tools, scholarships and tax-advantaged 529 college savings plans to take education dollars as far as they can go.

    GoodCall Scholarship:  GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine is one of the largest databases of scholarships on the web. Unlike the others, the GoodCall Scholarship Engine requires no personal information and it's free to use.

    Niche: Explore college rankings based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of student and alumni reviews.

    Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Program - Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two- and four-year college programs outside their home state.

    Common Application - With more than 600 Member colleges and only one application, The Common Application is composed of a rich and diverse membership – colleges that are public, private, large, small, secular, and religious. No other college application system matches the diversity of institutions accessible through The Common Application, which is why more than 1 million students, counselors and teachers rely on us every year.

    College Loan Calculator - A great resource to determine your potential loan costs for college.

    RaiseMe - RaiseMe partners with universities to offer students scholarships for their achievements during high school and community college.

    College Terms and Definitions - A comprehensive list of terminology used by college admissions and scholarship committees.

    College Opportunity Fund - The College Opportunity Fund (COF) is a trust fund created by the Colorado Legislature that provides a tuition stipend to eligible undergraduate students. The stipend pays a portion of your total in-state tuition when you attend a participating college. You can read the Colorado law (statute) that governs this program by clicking on "COF Legal Info" at the bottom of the COF homepage.

    Living Wage Calculator - A wonderful tool developed by MIT that helps students plan for life's expenses by state and regions within each state. 

    Bureau of Labor and Statistics - The BLS overview of wage data by area and occupation.

    The salary that a single person needs in every US state - https://www.cnbc.com/2023/08/29/the-salary-a-single-person-needs-to-get-by-in-every-us-state.html

    6.  SERVICE ACADEMIES AND ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS

    Here are important web addresses for students interested in scholarship opportunities associated with the Service Academies or College ROTC Programs. Both scholarship opportunities are very competitive and applicants must start the process early. If selected, you will receive a full-ride scholarship.

    Service Academies

    West Point (Army)

    Naval Academy

    Air Force Academy

    Coast Guard Academy

    Merchant Marine Academy

     

    ROTC Scholarships

    Army ROTC

    Navy ROTC

    Air Force ROTC

    Guide to ROTC Programs:  https://universityhq.org/resources/college-planning-guide/rotc-programs/

    7.  TESTING DATES

    I have included the windows for all tests that will be given this year. Please plan accordingly so that the students are available to take the tests.

    1.  The 8th Grade PSAT Test – N/A 

    2.  The 9th Grade PSAT Test – N/A

    3.  The 10th/11th Grade PSAT/NMQS Test – N/A 

    4.  The 10th/11th Grade ASVAB Test – N/A

    5.   The S-1 MS/HS Finals Week 18 - 12 December 2023. 

    6.  The Access Test for all ELL Students - 9 January - 23 February 2024 (WINDOW) 

    7.  The 8th Grade PSAT Test - N/A

    8.  The 3rd – 8th Grades CMAS - English,Math, Science and/or Social Studies - 16 - 25 April 2024 (WINDOW)

    9.  The 11th Grade COSAT Test 18 April 2024 

    10.  The 9th Grade PSAT Test - 16 April 2024

    11.  The 10th Grade PSAT Test - 17 April 2024  

    12.  The S-2 Seniors Finals Week – 13 - 16 May 2024.

    13.  The S-2 MS/HS Finals Week – 20 - 23 May 2024. 

     

    8.  SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

    NOTE:  ALL PAPER BASED SCHOLARSHIPS ARE SENT TO EACH STUDENT'S EMAIL.  SEE ME IF YOU CAN'T FIND ONE.

    I will update this page as soon as I get scholarships, so check often.  

    Here are a few great links that you can also use to help you find scholarships;

     https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scholly-scholarship-search/id640381740?mt=8 and https://www.myscholly.com/

    List of national scholarships 2021-2022:
     
     
    Going Merry (www.goingmerry.com) - One place for students to find and apply for scholarships online, absolutely free.
     
    Below is the current list of scholarships that are available to juniors and seniors:
     
     
    The AXA Achievement Scholarship is due by 21 August 2023. If interested, please apply by going to www.axa-achievement.com 
     
    The Coca Cola Scholarship is due by 2 October 2023. If interested, please go apply at: https://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/apply/
     
    The Daniel Fund Scholarship window is open for applications from 15 September to 15 October 2023. The Daniels Fund Scholarship is needs based, so please consider your family's financial situation when applying. You can access the applications by going to: http://www.danielsfund.org/Apply.asp
     
    The Heisman High School Scholarship is due by 17 October 2023.  If interested, please apply by going to: https://heismanscholarship.com
     
    The Boettcher Foundation Scholarship window is open for applications from 1 September to 1 November 2023.  If interested, you can access the application by going to; https://boettcherfoundation.org/scholarship-eligibility-requirements-and-selection-criteria/
     

    The Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship is due by 13 November 2023. If interested, please access the application by going to: https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm

    The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship is due by 16 November 2023. This scholarship offers students up to $55,000.00 per year to attend college. If interested in applying, please go to: https://www.jkcf.org/our-scholarships/ 

    The Greenhouse Scholars Scholarship is due by 21 November 2023. If interested, you can access the application by going to;  www.greenhousescholars.org/apply

    The Hagan Scholarship Foundation for Rural Students Scholarship is due by 1 December 2023.  If interested, please access the application by going to https://haganscholarships.org

    The GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship is due by 4 January 2024. If interested, please apply by going to www.reaganfoundation.org/scholarships

    The Chang-Chavkin Scholarship for first generation JUNIORS is due by 5 February 2024 for juniors.  Please see Mr Williams for an application. 

    The RMEL Foundation Scholarship is due on 9 February 2024. If interested, please apply by going to https://www.rmelfoundation.org/scholarships

    The Pinnacol Foundation Scholarship for students of parents who have workplace injuries.  The scholarship is due by 15 February 2024.  If interested, please go to: https://www.pinnacolfoundation.org/

    The Basin Electric Cooperative Scholarship is due by 19 February 2024. If interested in applying, please go to; http://www.smpa.com/content/scholarships 

    The Latin American Educational Foundation Scholarship is due by 1 March 2024.  If interested, you can apply by going to http://www.laef.org/Scholarship

    The American Public Works Association Scholarship is due by 1 March 2024.  Please see Mr. Williams for an application.

    The Telluride Man of La Mancha Scholarship is due by 3 March 2024. If interested, you can apply by going to:https://www.justforkidsfoundation.org/scholarships 

    The COOP Country Scholarship is due by 6 March 2024.  If interested, you can access the application by going to: www.agfuture.org/scholarships 

    The San Miguel Power Association Scholarships are due by 11 March 2024. If interested in applying, please go to; http://www.smpa.com/content/scholarships 

    The Lee J. Proper Scholarship for medical careers is due by 14 March 2024.  Here is all the information:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gxVL6OBbs2drUwRm2BbioQOZQxodbdrWMcoYaAnqnvE/edit

    The Horatio Alger Scholarship for JUNIORS is due by 15 March 2024. If interested, please apply by going to https://scholars.horatioalger.org/about-our-scholarship-programs/ 

    The Town of Norwood Scholarship for college, tech or trades schools is due by 21 March 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The Society of Women Engineers Pikes Peak Section Scholarship is due by 31 March 2024.  If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application. 

    The Society for Women Engineers (Incoming first-year student) Scholarship is due by 31 March 2024. If interested, you can access the application by going to http://www.swe-rms.org/scholarships.html

    The SMB Fairboard Scholarship is due by 1 April 2024. Please see Mr Williams for an application.  

    The Pam and Roy Raabe Memorial Scholarship is due by 4 April 2024. Please see Mr Williams for an application.   

    The Sparky Latina Scholarship is due by 15 April 2024.  Please see Mr. Williams for an application. 

    The Lone Cone Library Foundation Scholarship is due by 15 April 2024.  Please see Mr. Williams for an application. 

    The Trace Campbell Memorial Scholarship is due by 15 April 2024.  Please see Mr. Williams for an application. 

    The American Legion scholarship is due by 18 April 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The Kit Farther Foundation Scholarship is due by 19 April 2024.  If interested, you can access the application by going to www.KitFaragherFoundation.org  

    The Telluride Center for Dentistry Scholarship is due by 20 April 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The Betty Miller Wilson Mesa Ranch HOA Scholarship is due on 21 April 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The Neil Armstrong Scholarship for students studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is due by 22 April 2024. If interested, please access the application at; https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=telluridescholarship

    The Telluride Rotary Club Scholarship is due by 25 April 2024.  If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The True North Scholarship is due by 30 April 2024.  The application is by invitation from True North.  

    The True North Food Service Industry Scholarship is due by 30 April 2024.  The application is by invitation from True North.  

    The Skyler Kelly Memorial Scholarship is due by 30 April 2024.  The application is by invitation from True North.         

    The Francis Warner Scholarship through the Elks Lodge in Telluride is due by 1 May 2024.   If interested, please access the application at: www.tellurideelks.org

    The Al and Joyce Johnston Scholarship is due by 1 May 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The Norwood Roping Club Scholarship  is due by 6 May 2024. If interested, please see Mr Williams for an application.

    The San Miguel Sheriff's Office Scholarship is due by 14 May 2024.  Please see Mr. Williams for an application. 

     

     

    9.  OFFERS AND ACCEPTANCES

    Below is a list of Norwood High School Seniors who have been offered admission to colleges and universities throughout the United States.  To date,seniors have been offered admission to 41 college, university or post-secondary programs throughout the United States.

    Dilyn Alexander - Colorado Mesa University (ACCEPTED), Adams State University (offer), West Texas A&M University (offer), Colorado State University (offer), Saint Olaf College (offer), Fort Lewis College (offer), Regis University (offer), University of Hawaii at Manoa (offer), Tarleton State University (offer)

    Hannah Browning - The Ozarks Technical Community College (ACCEPTED), Colorado Northwestern Community College (offer)

    Joseph Cassillas - University of Northern Colorado (offer), Colorado Mesa University (offer), Fort Lewis College (offer), Metropolitan State University (offer), Colorado State University (offer), Western Colorado University (offer), Regis University (offer), University of Maine (offer), University of Saint Thomas (offer)

    Mario Dawson - Colorado Mesa University (offer)

    Owen Dinsmore - Colorado Mesa University (offer), University of Maine (offer), Colorado State University (offer), University of Northern Colorado (offer)

    Peyton Porter - Colorado State University (ACCEPTED), Cornell University (offer), University of Kentucky (offer), Colorado Mesa University (offer), Regis University (offer), University of Hawaii at Manoa (offer), Penn State University (offer), Eckerd College (offer)

    Jai Sanchez - Santa Barbara Community College (ACCEPTED), Fort Lewis College (offer), Metropolitan State University (offer), Colorado Mesa University (offer), Colorado State University (offer), Regis University (offer), Western Colorado University (offer), University of Denver (offer), California State University - Monterey Bay (offer), Whitman College (offer)

     

    10.  STUDENT SUCCESSES 

    As Norwood High School students have received recognition for their efforts this year, I will update this section. To date, the senior class has earned $2,175,200.00 in scholarships and grants.   

      

    8th GRADE

     

    FRESHMAN

     Maria Camacho was selected to attend The University of Chicago Emerging Rural Leaders Course

     

    SOPHOMORES

    Darcy Bray was selected as a HOBY Ambassador to attend the HOBY Conference this summer.

    Brycen Rummel was selected as a HOBY Ambassador to attend the HOBY Conference this summer.

     

     JUNIORS

    Amber Bockrath was selected to attend the Air Force Academy Summer Seminar.

    Grace Harris received the University of Colorado Boulder's Outstanding Colorado High School Student Award Scholarship valued at $4,000.00 over four years.

    Kendra McClure passed her CNA course and state licensure examination

    Kendra McClure was selected to attend the Southwest AHEC Health Career Summer Camp this year in Durango.

    Cadence Shaw was selected as a Pinhead Intern for this summer.

    Cadence Shaw was selected as a Finalist for the Chang-Chavkin Scholarship.

    Mikah Wareham was selected as a Pinhead Intern for this summer.

     

    SENIORS

    Dilyn Alexander received the Chang-Chavkin Scholarship valued at $60,000.00 over four years to be applied to the college of her choice 

    Dilyn Alexander received the Basin Electric Power Cooperative Scholarship valued at $1,000.00

    Dilyn Alexander received the Chancellor's Scholarship valued at $41,000.00 over four years from Colorado Mesa University.  

    Dilyn Alexander received the Green and Gold Scholarship valued at $12,000.00 over four years from Colorado State University. 

    Dilyn Alexander received an Academic Scholarship valued at $6,000.00 over four years from West Texas A&M University. 

    Dilyn Alexander received an Academic Scholarship valued at $20,000.00 over four years from Fort Lewis College.  

    Dilyn Alexander received The WUE Scholarship and an Academic Scholarship valued at $73,500.00 over four years from The University of Hawaii at Manoa.

    Dilyn Alexander received an Academic Scholarship valued at $120,000.00 over four years from Regis University.  

    Dilyn Alexander received an Academic Scholarship and Grant package valued at $215,300.00 over four years from Saint Olaf College.  

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship valued at $6,000.00 over four years from The University of Northern Colorado.

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship valued at $12,000.00 over four years from Fort Lewis College.

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship and Grant Package valued at $57,600.00 over four years from Colorado Mesa University. 

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship and Grant Package valued at $69,600.00 over four years from Colorado Mesa University. 

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship valued at $48,000.00 over four years from The University of Maine.

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship valued at $104,000.00 over four years from Regis University.

    Joseph Cassillas received an Academic Scholarship valued at $108,000.00 over four years from Saint Thomas University.

    Owen Dinsmore received an Academic Scholarship valued at $44,000.00 over four years from The University of Maine.

    Owen Dinsmore received an Academic Scholarship valued at $6,000.00 over four years from The University of Northern Colorado.

    Peyton Porter received the Chang-Chavkin Scholarship valued at $60,000.00 over four years to be applied to the college of her choice

    Peyton Porter received a full-offer scholarship and grant package under the CALS Transfer Program at Cornell University valued at $266,700.00 over three years.  

    Peyton Porter received the Horatio Alger Association Scholarship valued at $10,000.00 over four years to be applied to the college of her choice. 

    Peyton Porter received the Green and Gold Scholarship and Grants valued at $98,000.00 over four years from Colorado State University. 

    Peyton Porter received the Blue Grass Scholarship valued at $50,000.00 over four years from The University of Kentucky.

    Peyton Porter received an Academic Scholarship valued at $34,000.00 over four years from Colorado Mesa University.

    Peyton Porter received The WUE Scholarship and an Academic Scholarship valued at $73,500.00 over four years from The University of Hawaii at Manoa.

    Peyton Porter received an Academic Scholarship valued at $100,000.00 over four years from Eckerd College. 

    Peyton Porter received an Academic Scholarship valued at $120,000.00 over four years from Regis University. 

    Peyton Porter received the College Board National Rural and Small Town Award.

    Peyton Porter was selected as a Finalist for the Daniels Fund Scholarship.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $20,000.00 over four years from Colorado Mesa University.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $40,000.00 over four years from Whitman College.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $112,000.00 over four years from Regis University.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $104,000.00 over four years from The University of Denver.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $20,000.00 over four years from Fort Lewis College.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $20,000.00 over four years from Fort Lewis College.

    Jai Sanchez received an Academic Scholarship valued at $20,000.00 over four years from Fort Lewis College.

    Jai Sanchez received funding from the Veterans Affairs College Funding Program valued at $63,000.00 over two years to attend th Santa Barbara Community College.