School Of Extended Educational Options
Teen Jobs this Summer $15/hr
Your SEEO School Counselors
Mr. Negron, Mr. O'Brien, Dr. Wagner, Ms. Jordan, Mr. Estrada, Mr. Salcido, Ms. Ibarra
Mr. Riebeth, Mr. Romo, Ms. Capito-Galvin, Mr. Schofield Jr., Mr. Martinez, Mr. Segura,
Mr. Romero, Ms. Lovelace, Ms. Schofield, Mr. Martinez, ESI, ILA
Graduation, May 28th at 3:00 pm
745 Bangor St.
The Last Day of School is May 28th!
Innovations learning academy's student of the month: Honu Muhammed
Elite Sports Institute's Student of The Month: Mikayla Benavidez
May 30th is Memorial Day
Let us remember
May 5 is Cinco de mayo
How to Celebrate Cinco De Mayo Respectfully this year
Feeling Anxious, Stressed or Overwhelmed?
LGBTQ+ Peer Led Support Group
Virtually participate in an 8-week curriculum alongside a community willing to embrace and support each other. Learn about yourself and the LGBTQ+ community alongside those with similar experiences and challenges.
Youth ages 14 to 17 are welcome!
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All activities are FREE through the Pomona Wellness Community. If you have any questions please contact PomonaWC@ph.lacounty.gov.
Are You interested in working this summer?
SUMMER JOBS!!! Earn up to $3,0000
Say Y.E.S! To Summer Jobs!
Are you a current L.A. County Resident? YES
Are you between the ages of 14-24? YES
If you answered yes to the questions above and want to earn up to $3,000 this summer, sign-up today!
Click the link below so one of East San Gabriel Valley AJCC Youth Staff can tell you more.
Announcements Especially for Seniors
Are you on Track to Graduate?
Scholarships for African American Youth
Please help us spread the word on this new Southern California Edison Lineworker Scholarship Program to increase Black Participation in skilled trades.
Edison International launches its first scholarship to increase diversity among SCE’s craft Lineworkers, with an initial focus on attracting Black Participants. Read more @ https://energized.edison.com/stories/lineworker-scholarship-to-help-increase-diversity-in-skilled-trades
Edison International will launch the Edison International Lineworker Scholarship program today as part of its ongoing focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). SCE will provide $1 million in shareholder funding over four years to help increase diversity among SCE’s craft lineworkers, with an initial focus on attracting Black participants. We encourage you to read more about it on Energized.
Scholarship winners will complete the coursework needed to receive a Powerline Mechanic Certificate at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College and a Class A California driver’s license. The scholarship will cover tuition and needed tools.
The scholarship will also provide support services, such as transportation and childcare, for the scholarship winners through an agreement with Brotherhood Crusade, a charitable nonprofit. Program graduates may qualify for a job at SCE, and those who pass new employee assessments will be eligible to start as groundmen. We appreciate IBEW Local 47 for their partnership in this effort, including providing program funding.
Last summer, after the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, Edison International promised to increase DEI transparency and accountability and made commitments to combat systemic discrimination in our communities. The launch of this scholarship program marks a significant milestone in that commitment.
SCE serves one of the country’s most diverse areas, and it is important that team members reflect and represent the communities the company serves. We encourage you to share today’s Energized story with your networks and on your social media channels to help ensure potential applicants are aware of this new program. For more information and to access the application, please click here or send a message to email@example.com, or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a team effort, and we need — and appreciate — your support and participation to advance equity and inclusion.