With a fire truck, police cars, a news van and a limousine taking up space in the parking lot, La Tijera Academy rolled out the welcome mat for an array of special presenters on the school’s annual Career Day. Professionals from various fields – medicine, sports, media, law, public safety and more – visited classrooms […]
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Students from Inglewood High, Morningside High, City Honors College Preparatory Academy and other local schools traded time in the classroom Thursday for work experience and invaluable career advice at a host of area job sites. These lucky students were participants in the Inglewood/Airport Area Chamber of Commerce’s Youth Business and Industry Job Shadow Day – […]
Inglewood Unified State Trustee Dr. Don Brann has appointed three new members to the District’s Advisory Board of Education. During a Jan. 15 swearing-in ceremony officiated by Inglewood Mayor James Butts, Dr. Brann welcomed Henry Brown, Graciela Patiño and Rene Talbott to the five-member board. Two seats were vacated last spring when members stepped down, […]
Inglewood Unified School District has been selected to receive up to $600,000 in state grant money aimed at helping prepare students for careers in high-growth jobs. State Superintendent Tom Torlakson recently announced the recipients of the competitive California Career Pathways grants, which are made available under a $250 million program designed to help students stay […]
Anita Marin had been leaning on her 19-year-old daughter for help sending and receiving emails when she heard about a free computer class for parents offered by the Inglewood Unified School District. The timing was perfect because Marin was between jobs. And it was convenient – scheduled two mornings a week during the month of […]