College and Career Center

  • What Does Your Future Look Like?

    We are here to assist you in the Career Center with all of your 
    post-high school planning.

    Need assitance with PSAT/SAT prep? Want to explore college and career options? Need to work on your college or financial aid application? Visit us in the College and Career Center in E222 for help on this and more!

     

College and Career Technician

  • Consuelo Martinez
    (626) 396-5600 Ext: 82055
    8:00 am - 3:00 pm
    E522



College and Career Support Programs

  • TRIO Programs 

    The Trio Programs from PCC and Cal State LA are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.

    The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are U.S. Department of Education outreach and student services programs designed to serve low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities, progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to college.

    Explore the five TRIO Programs at Muir to find the one that is the best fit for you: 

  • PCC Upward Bound

    Contact: 

    Raúl Ibanez

    Educational Advisor

    ribanez1@pasadena.edu

    (626) 831- 2720 

     

    PCC Talent Search

    Contact: 

    Jahi Vaughns

    Educational Advisor

    jvaughns@pasadena.edu

    (626) 788-7300

     

    PCC Upward Bound Math and Science

    Contact: 

    Samuel Reed 

    Educational Advisor 

    sreed1@pasadena.edu

    (626) 720-1738

    CSULA Upward Bound

    Contact: 

    Nathaniel Carbajal

    Academic Advisor 

    ncarbaj3@calstatela.edu

    (323) 313-6304

    CSULA Upward Bound Math and Science 

    Contact:

    Dianne Pedroza

    Academic Advisor 

    dpedroz7@calstatela.edu

    (323) 482-3132


  • UCLA VIP Scholars Program

    UCLA’s Vice-Provost’s Initiative for Pre-College Scholars (VIP Scholars or VIPS) Program was established in 2005 in collaboration with key stakeholders at UCLA in response to the declining number of underrepresented students admitted to and enrolled at competitive four-year universities. VIPS is a partnership between UCLA and the Los Angeles and Pasadena school districts that prepares historically underrepresented students in 10 high schools to become competitively eligible for admission to UCLA and other flagship universities, and to encourage pursuit of graduate and professional education using a social justice framework and holistic approach.

    Contact: 

    Reginald Myles

    Academic-Year Site Mentor

    reggiemyles33@yahoo.com


  • California Student Opportunity and Access Program (CALSOAP)

    CALSOAP Los Angeles seeks to increase the academic and college preparation skills of eligible disadvantaged students. CALSOAP Los Angeles provides support, services, resources, and opportunities to underrepresented students and families in the greater Los Angeles area in order to increase post-secondary participation and success.

    Contact:

    Breannah Gamble 

    Student Success Coach

    breannah.calsoapla@gmail.com


  • UCLA Early Academic Outreach Center (EAOP) 

    The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) is an academic preparation program established in 1976 by the University of California to expand postsecondary education opportunities for California's educationally disadvantaged students. UCLA EAOP works with students to help them become competitively eligible applicants for college admission, going beyond minimum eligibility.

    Contact: 

    Britanny Lewis-Porchia

    Assistant Director 

    blewis@eaop.ucla.edu

    310-794-4074