The following sites offer support to students:
Help with papers
This site is an excellent source when citing your references.
MLA and APA Citation
This site is a comprehensive online writing lab that can help you with any type of paper.
The Owl at Perdue
General Online Help
This is a great source of free help online!
Free Online Tutoring
The San Jose community has extended their hand to our campus to aid our students in their time here at Lincoln. Contact the agency directly or the Career Center for more information.
EAOP, EOP/S and Upward Bound service students who are first generation and /or low income .
EAOP- Early Academic Outreach Program. Part of University of California. Supports and advises high school students concerning college admissions, financial aid and promotes academic success and growth.
EOP/Spartan Scholars- Part of California State University at San Jose. Supports and Advises students concerning college admissions, financial aid and promotes academic success and growth.
EOPS- Extended Opportunity Program & Services - Supports and advises students on junior colllege opportunties, transferring to a four year college, financial aid, promoting academic success.
NHU/Upward Bound- Part of National Hispanic University that offers tutoring, college advising, Saturday sessions to colleges, art programs, visits to community leaders and businesses.
YMCA - Y AchieversClub that enhances the academic, personal, and career goals of youth from diverse backgrounds so they can become innovative speakers. Contact Central YMCA at 408 298-3237 for information
FLY Program Fresh Lifelines for Youth- Non profit organization whose mission is to redude juvenile violence and juvenile crime. It teaches young people about the rule of law and consequences of crime, while also buiding life skills such as conflict resolution, poblem solving and communicating. FLY also works closely with youth and their families to link them with social services to help prevent delinquent behavior
Camp Campbell- Lincoln students have a chance to a cabin leader for the YMCA’s Outdoor Science School in Boulder Creek. The job demands responsibility, strength and patience. it can also be very rewarding and students can possibly earn 20 hours of community service. Applications are available in the career center
Workforce Silicon Valley-WSV exposes students to see how knowledge is used in the real world and helps build accountability and support among businesses, higher education, and K-12 schools, through the development of industry-specific Learning Collaboratives in which employers and educators together define curriculum and set student performance standards. Lincoln works with this group to inform students of job shadowing opportunities.
The San Jose State University GEAR UP program prepares sophmore high school students for school success and post-secondary education. Support is provided for the adults who influence and assist High school students, specifically their counselors, English and mathematics teachers, principals and families. Scholarships, based on academic success and financial need, will be provided for GEAR UP students going on to college.
Central County Occupational Center (CCOC) is a product of a consortium of six school districts that has unique facilities and opportunities for career training. Students can earn high school credit while learning a trade such as welding, medical assistant or cosmetology. Close commuication is maintained with the homeschool of the student. Good attendance is important
http://www.nyec.org/pepnet/awardees/ccocp.htm (CCOC- Central County Occupational Center)
http://www.regional.org (Metro Ed)
All high school students who have accommodations through an IEP or 504 plan, and are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT, or AP Exam should contact College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). Accommodations are not automatically granted to students with an IEP or 504, and must go through a separate process with the SSD Department at College Board. Also keep in mind, College Board does not always accept or allow all of the accommodations given through an IEP or 504 at the high school to be transferred to the PSAT, SAT or AP Exam. Please allow at least 2 months for this process with the SSD department at College Board. More Information HERE.
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El Distrito Escolar Unificado de San José no discrimina por motivos de edad, sexo, orientación sexual, género, raza, identificación de grupo étnico, linaje, religión, color de piel o discapacidad física o mental, en sus programas y actividades educativos ni en sus prácticas de empleo, de acuerdo con los requisitos de la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades (ADA), el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, el Título IX de las Enmiendas a la Educación de 1972, la Ley de Discriminación por Edad de 1975, Artículo 504 o la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973 y la Ley de Educación Vocacional de 1976. La falta de destrezas en el idioma inglés no será una barrera para ser admitido y participar en los programas del Distrito. Los estudiantes, padres de familia, empleados u otras personas que deseen más información acerca de estos reglamentos o que deseen presentar una queja, deben ponerse en contacto con las siguientes personas: Director de Servicios Estudiantiles, Dane Caldwell-Holden, 408-535-6080 ext. 13212, Superintendente Auxiliar de Recursos Humanos, Dominic Bejarano, 408-535-6139 ext. 15015, Administradora de Apoyo Académico, Michelle Herlth 408-535-6608 ext. 14314, Coordinadora del Artículo 504 del Distrito, Teresa Langner 408 535-6195 ext. 13229.