Sweetwater High School Counselors are committed to providing a comprehensive counseling and guidance program as a vehicle to assist students in acquiring and using life-long learning and self-managing skills. We are committed to implementing a proactive and preventative program which employs strategies to enhance student academic success, provide career awareness, develop employment readiness, encourage self-awareness, foster interpersonal communication skills and impart life success skills.
The eighth annual Science and Innovation Summer Camp, designed to underscore the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), will host students from countries throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada, and the U.S., who will be selected based on their desire to conduct scientifc research on the environment and climate change or pursue engineering-related careers once they graduate from college.
La octava edición del Campamento de Verano en Ciencia e Innovación, diseñado para realzar la importancia de Ciencia, Tecnología, Ingeniería y Matemáticas (STEM), será anftrión de estudiantes de países a través América Latina, el Caribe, Canadá, y los Estados Unidos, quienes serán seleccionados a base de su deseo de realizar investigaciones científcas sobre el medio ambiente y el cambio climático o instruirse en carreras en el campo de ingeniería una vez que se gradúen de la universidad.
Join us for a special Globe for All Tour
and West Coast premiere of Skeleton Crew.
By Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg
In Association with MOXIE Theatre
Times are tough in 2008 Detroit, but there’s
still one working auto plant. The long hours and demanding shifts have turned
the line workers into a family. The firm, compassionate Faye holds them
together, and she’s only months away from retiring with her full pension. But when
she discovers that management has a new plan, she’s torn between
self-preservation and allegiance to her coworkers.
The Old Globe is taking a production off our
stage and on the road to share with our San Diego neighbors a funny, engaging,
and timely theatrical experience. We’ll have a free
community dinner before the show, theatre
workshops for kids ages 5–13, and of course, a great production to enjoy. This
production is recommended for ages 13+ due to adult language.
RSVP TODAY by using this promo
code ARTS.You must have a promo code to reserve your tickets.
Limited seating, and RSVP required. Tickets to
this special event, including the dinner, production, and kids workshop, are
Click on the links below to RSVP or copy and
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Espero que este mensaje los encuentre bien! ARTS tendra
una obrá de teatro, Skeleton Crew, que viene del Old Globe de
Balboa aquí en nuestro centro el Viernes, Mayo 12. Esta obrá sera gratís
y solo necesita reservar su espacio aqui:
Tendremos cena gratís empezando desde las 6:00 pm.
Obrá y talleres para niños empiezan a las 7:00 pm
La obrá es recomendada para audiencias de edas 13 en arriba por el
contexto. Pero mientras disfruta la obrá, tambien tenemos talleres que los
pequeños podrán participar mientras la obrá. Esperamos verlos!
Espacio es limite, pero si tienen cualquier pregunta o necesita
ayuda registrando, por favor de responder a este mensaje.
We are excited to have
begun the recruitment process for Emerging Leaders Season 5.
We are looking for
18 to 24 years olds who are creative and innovative risk-takers to be part of a
six-month transformative journey in which the cohort will be guided by mentors and
be connected to established entrepreneurs and community leaders to implement a
project to address an issue facing the San Diego community. The deadline
is Sunday, May 14th at
The UCSD San Diego Supercomputer Center and the UCSD School of Medicine Health Sciences Division is once again offering the Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) for High School Students
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Student Application Period: May 1- June 4, 2017
UC San Diego’s Mentor Assistance Program (MAP) is a campus-wide program that engages high school students through a mentoring relationship with an expert from a vast array of campus disciplines and departments. MAP’s mission is to provide a pathway for student researchers to gain access to UCSD faculty, postdoctoral fellow and staff mentors in their own area of interest to complete a research project (i.e. independent study, class projects or Science Fair projects). MAP is an opportunity for students to take the first step into a potential career path, allowing them to build an early foundation for success in their academic and research career.
The program reaches out to all students and makes an effort to reach out to underserved students who are seeking mentors to guide them with their research and career interests. We strive to recruit mentors from across campus who work in fields as varied as aerospace and psychology to athletics and bioinformatics. Students refer to the MAP website for mentor bios and research interests and through an online application process request to be paired with a mentor who best matches their research interest and career goals. By volunteering 2-4 hours per week during the school year, the program allows students to become familiar with a particular lab or work place from fall of this year through spring of next year. Such an experience is often very difficult for an underserved student to obtain and this program attempts to bridge that gap.