• Casandra OBrien

                               Phone: 559-583-5912 x2015

                            Email: cobrien@hjuhsd.k12.ca.us

  • Career Center Services

    • College and Career Exploration 
    • College and Military Representative Visits
    • PSAT, SAT and ACT information and Fee Waivers
    • Scholarships
    • Financial Aid
    • CSU/UC Application Workshops
    • ASVAB Testing
    • Volunteer Activities
    • and More!


  • Girl Scouts of the USA

    The Central California South Girl Scouts are looking for volunteers to help with upcoming events. Students will be given the opportunity to receive real-work hands-on experience, knowledge, confidence and character building.

    Please see the attached flyers for details. To sign up, you can reach out to Sasha Cristobal at 800-490-8653 or you may email her at scristobal@girlscoutsccs.org Be prepared to provide your available dates and your shift preference.  
    Thin Mint 5k Run - January 14th

    The Park at River Walk and January 21st Railroad Park- We are in need of 30 volunteers
    Set – Up 8:30am-10:00am
    Assist in Thin Mint Run 5k responsibilities (attached in flyer) 10:00am – 12:00pm
    Assist in Tear down 12:00 pm-1:30 pm

    Polar Express December 17th
    Hanford Civic Park 12 pm-5 pm we are in need of 20 volunteers.
    World Thinking Day February 18th We are in need of 30 volunteers
    Set-up 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    Activity Booths 1:00 – 3:00 pm
    Tear down 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

    Participants must be 16 years old or over. 

    Flyer 1

    Flyer 2




  • COS Flyer



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  • Mrs. O'Brien

    Mrs. O'Brien has worked in the educational field for over 25 years. She has been employed with HJUHSD since 1999. Mrs. O'Brien has held several positions during this time working at HHS, HW, HAS, and finally, SPHS. She claims that her favorite position has been working in the Career Center at SPHS! She says, "I have found the students and staff here to be exceptional and I feel very privileged to be able to work with them." She goes on to say that helping students navigate through high school, especially their senior year, is very rewarding. Celebrating their accomplishments as they are accepted into their desired college or university, helping them complete their financial aid and scholarship applications and seeing them be awarded free money, are all major highlights! It is her firm belief that every student can be successful with support and guidance, "they just have to have the 'want to!'" As the Career Education Coordinator, she understands the challenges of transitioning from high school to beyond. She is committed to providing Sierra Pacific students with the tools that they need to help them succeed!