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My Pathway Experience – Shbana Alikhan

Tuesday August 8th, 2017 |
My name is Shbana Alikhan and I am a senior at the School of Engineering and Sciences. I have been attending SES since seventh grade so this will be my sixth and final year. SES is a Linked Learning pathway that is centered on Engineering. ... Read Full Article

My Pathway Experience – Charlize Cruz

Tuesday August 8th, 2017 |
My name is Charlize Cruz and I have been attending the School of Engineering and Sciences for the past five years (currently going into my senior year). The main focus at our school is, of course, engineering and sciences. These topics are emphasized through our engineering class (which we take each year), and our integrated units. ... Read Full Article

My First Internship

Thursday July 20th, 2017 |
Last summer, I was an intern at the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP). My reason behind taking this internship was to gain job experience, and the internship listing looked interesting. The listing talked about computers… ... Read Full Article

The Four-O-Eight by LAHSA

Tuesday July 18th, 2017 |
Listen to Podcast here: http://www.thefouroeight.org/listen-to-our-show Hola, fellow listeners, The idea to begin a creative project in one of my classes has been floating around in my head since I began to teach, eleven years ago.… ... Read Full Article

Opened Eyes for Future

Tuesday July 18th, 2017 |
Before I joined Linked Learning, I was just another freshman in high school that had no idea how important it was to think and plan for your future. The only thing I was thinking about was hanging out with my friends and having fun. That all changed, for the better, when I joined a Linked Learning pathway.At the end of my freshman year in high school, I was given a presentation regarding the Academy of Business, a Linked Learning pathway at my school. ... Read Full Article

The Idea of Family

Tuesday July 18th, 2017 |
Entering into a new school with no friends didn’t scare me because I always knew I would be able to make new friends. But, I never pictured the idea that I would actually build more than just new friends. I built a new family.At the end of my freshman year, I was introduced to a Linked Learning program—the Academy of Business, which is located at Clairemont High School in San Diego, California. ... Read Full Article

School Project Becomes Professional Presentation

Thursday September 17th, 2015 |
Linked Learning is one of the greatest things to happen in my life. At STEM Academy, a Linked Learning school, they ask students to not only accomplish what we know we are capable of, but also to challenge ourselves with bigger and better goals and expectations. ... Read Full Article

Linked Learning Creates Extracurricular Opportunities

Sunday July 12th, 2015 |
During my time at STEM Academy of Hollywood, I have learned a lot about how Linked Learning schools benefit students. For instance, I recently attended the 12th Annual UC Davis Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Professions National Conference. The only high school students invited to participate were the top students in their career pathway classes, because this conference was only recommended for students interested in pursuing a career in the medical field. Because of the extra hours I put in my biomedical classes, I was one of the first to be invited to the conference. ... Read Full Article

Linked Learning Helped Me Choose and Be Sure of What I Want to Be

Monday April 13th, 2015 |
Choosing a pathway and sticking to it was hard as a student. However, since choosing the Biomedical Sciences pathway, I have learned a lot about medical subjects, such as doing hands-on lab experiments, but I have also learned things that are universally applicable to any job or career pathway, such as answering complicated questions and critical thinking. ... Read Full Article

Applying My Skills in the Real World

Thursday February 12th, 2015 |
I spend a lot of my time at school: during regular instruction time, sports practice, after-school associated student body (ASB) events, and more. Though I have a lot on my plate in regards to academic commitments, I actually do have a life outside of school. I am a Gold Award Venturing scout and a volunteer teacher at my local Bible school. Through my leadership roles in these organizations, I have come to realize that the skills I learned in my career pathway academy have been beneficial in a variety of ways. ... Read Full Article