Southwestern College Presents you to come learn about Medical Office Professions
- Tuesday, April 27, 2021
- 5:00 PM
Click on the above image to load the pdf, and then click on the presentation you want to attend. Additionally, registration links are below. You will receive a confirmation e-mail shortly after registering, with a Zoom link to attend the presentation.
Clicking on one of the below flyers will take you to a registration link.
Once registered, a confirmation e-mail will follow shortly with information on joining the webinar, as well the Zoom link.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 @ 05:00PM
Wednesday, April 7, 2021 @ 05:00PM
Wednesday, April 21, 2021 @ 05:00PM
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 @ 05:00PM
Junior Achievement of San Diego County is holding an event for high school students interested in the Health Science and Medical Technology industry. If interested, click on the following link @ https://sandiego.ja.org/events/virtual-lunch-and-learn-series-with-susan-salka to register through the JA portal.
Last night, the College and Career Office and Athletics Office held a joint presentation for High School students to learn what is required to play athletics in college, as well as avoid pitfalls which could prevent a student from becoming ineligible.
Presented by Ms. Jessica Atthowe from SDSU, the Power Point Presentation shared with the parents and students in attendance can be found shared here. Additionally, a Player Panel was held with a Q&A session regarding what it takes to play at that next level.
A College Athlete Night presentation was also shared with the community members in attendance.
Lastly, for those in attendance, an NCAA Worksheet was shared out to help our students determine what classes they will need to graduate and apply for college.
Last night, the College and Career Readiness department held a Career Night for interested students and parents at the Professional Development Center on L Street.
Cindy Gompper Graves, President and CEO of South County Economic Development Council, moderated a group of panelists representing the following emerging/priority job sectors – Advanced Manufacturing, Health Science, and Information and Communication Technologies. The panelists came from San Ysidro Health Center, NASSCO, and Action Drone.
The San Diego and Imperial Center of Excellence for Labor Market Research put on a power point presentation, which can be found here.
In one gym at Montgomery High School, there will be over 50 college and university representatives available to answer your questions about admissions and financial aid information about their particular institution and over 30 industry partners available to talk about career trends and the education necessary for their particular career.
Montgomery Middle School is located at
1051 Picador Blvd, San Diego CA 92154
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The Coding Club/Community Service partnership/program for the Sweetwater High School Computer Science and National School District students is entering its third year! The Coding Club/Community Service partnership/program was envisioned and started with Sweetwater Alum Jose Guaro, a computer science student that envisioned that his peers within the Computer Science program at Sweetwater High School fulfilling community service requirements by serving as mentors/gurus and providing elementary school students “coding clubs” instruction that was engaging and academically driven.
Supported by principal Maribel Gavin of Sweetwater High School, Dr. Cindy Vasquez of National School District, and the principals of the National School District, Sweetwater High School Computer Science students will serve as mentors/guides for NSD students grades 4 – 6 and help guide them to learn about computer science and programming.
All 10 National School District schools will have two to three Sweetwater Computer Science students hold coding clubs once a week for about 1 ½ hours. Both Computer Science teachers Sara Kazemi and Art Lopez of Sweetwater High School are providing the training and guidance for the Sweetwater High School Computer Science students.
This program is designed to engage both high and elementary school students; the high school CS students will gain a deeper understanding of Computer Science concepts, provide community service and help engage elementary school girls and boys exposure of the importance of Computer Science. This will give these children the opportunity to continue to gain an interest and continue to take computer science courses in both the middle and high schools. Everyone involved has stated what a great and positive impact has had on students, parents, teachers, administrators and communities! Computer Science is an integral part of a child’s public education, as they will have to learn to use computers and computing tools the rest of their lives.
Good Job Sweetwater High School Devils!