Golden Valley High School is highlighting career exploration and career pathways throughout February, Career Tech Education Month, with a variety of engaging student activities on campus.
They include fun, interactive social media contests, classroom open houses, the “Dream it, Be It” program partnered with the Santa Clarita Chapter of the Soroptimist International Organization, and a Career Day with La Mesa Junior High School.
Golden Valley will kick off National CTE Month with a flurry of Snapchat fun. Through this fun, social media activity, students can decipher career clues and win prizes.
This week is also a lucky one for Grizzlies. Each CTE teacher is hosting an open house for the day. Students will have an opportunity to explore the pathway of their choice and talk to experts in different industries while enjoying treats provided by the GVHS Career & College Readiness office.
‘Dream It, Be It’
Golden Valley HS has partnered with the Soroptimist International Organization’s Santa Clarita Chapter to offer the “Dream It, Be It” program to junior and senior girls on Friday, February 23.
The all-girls event is designed to provide participants with career guidance and empower them to establish positive goals, discover their value in our community and encourage them to reach their full potential.
Parent permission is required to attend this event. Parents wishing to have their daughter included or GVHS students who want to participate can contact Mrs. Kalaleh, email@example.com.
The Soroptimist Club is also bringing this dynamic program to Bowman, Hart and Valencia high schools this month.
Career Day at La Mesa Junir High School
Golden Valley High School and Career & College Readiness Department is partnering with La Mesa Junior High School for Career Day on Friday, March 2.
La Mesa Junior High School eighth-graders will have the opportunity to experience mini hands-on activities presented by GVHS CTE teachers and community partners.
The day will focus on the benefits of CTE pathways and identify what careers individual students want to explore as they enter high school next year. More information is available at http://www.goldenvalleyhs.org/ (click on Career Tech Ed).