All events are held at the South Stockton Education Hub at 1700 S. El Dorado Street, unless stated otherwise.

2nd Annual Citywide Personal Statement Day

Date: October 30th, 2019

Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Description: Join us at the CSU Stanislaus (Stockton Campus) for our 2nd Annual Citywide Personal Statement Day. The Stockton Scholars team will be hosting this workshop for high school seniors in Stockton who are interested in starting or editing their personal statement. All students and parents are welcome to join us for advice on writing, editing, and drafting your personal statement - which can be submitted to different colleges, universities, and scholarship programs.

Students will have free WiFi and Computer Lab Access at the CSU Stanislaus Stockton Center (672 East Magnolia Street) and can choose to:

1) Get help with starting on your first draft of the personal statement essay
2) Get help with editing or reviewing your initial draft (if you have already started)

Stockton Scholars Mentorship Program

Date: Now Accepting Mentee Applications

Time: 2019-2020 Academic Year

Description: Do you have a desire to grow professionally and receive guidance on higher education? Sign up for a Stockton Scholars Mentor now! Professional adult allies from the Stockton community are here to help you persist in college or trade school!

Current Stockton, Shriram, or Building Trades Scholars who are enrolled in higher education are eligible to receive and be matched with a free professional mentor who can provide academic, professional and/or career coaching to students while in higher education!

To sign up for a mentor now, please visit Have more questions? Email us at for more information.

Stockton Scholars Mentorship Program

Date: Now Accepting Mentor Applications

Time: 2019-2020 academic year

Description: Do you have a strong desire to help youth in Stockton realize their full potential? Be a mentor and make an impact. Our Stockton Scholars team wants to ensure that our students have access to quality and timely mentorship as they transition to higher education. We recognize that students are only as successful as the resources and support they receive. That's why we are currently in the process of recruiting at least 100 adult volunteers to help mentor and guide students who have graduated high school from the Class of 2019.

In order to be a mentor, applicants must: (1) Be 21 years of age or older, (2) Have valid ID, and (3) Have experience working with students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds.

To apply to become a mentor, visit: Have more questions? Email: