SEE Youth student gets award
Next week, Daniela Paniagua Fuerte, a College of the Sequoias student from Lindsay who is served by the SEE Youth Program, will visit San Jose to receive a scholarship from the California Workforce Association (CWA). Each year, the CWA awards the Dwight Brydie Memorial Scholarship to young people served by community organizations such as the SEE Youth Program to assist them in achieving their educational and employment goals. This year, CWA is providing nine $1000 scholarships at its annual youth conference, Youth@Work.
Linda Patino, employment services coordinator for SEE Youth, reports that Daniela’s future plans are to work within the education system in a program like the SEE program where she can assist young people in finding their career pathway and the resources needed to reach their goals.
The SEE Youth Program works in partnership with the Tulare County Workforce Investment Board to offer a variety of training and employment services to young people ages 16-21 in the Porterville area.
Teacher Recruitment Fair announced
The California Center on Teaching Careers and the Human Resources Division are preparing to host the 35th Annual Tulare & Kings Counties Teacher Recruitment Fair on Friday, March 6. The fair will be held from 4:00 until 7:00 p.m. in Building C of the International Agri-Center in Tulare. Candidates are encouraged to preregister online at tulare.k12oms.org/144-180595 by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4 to receive admission at 4:00 p.m. Candidates who have not preregistered by completing the online application will not be admitted into the Fair until 4:30 p.m. For more information, visit tcoe.org/TeacherFair, or contact Ramon Garcia at (559) 733-6322, or email@example.com.
ERS offers numerous technology trainings this spring to support teachers and students in the classroom
Educators are encouraged to take advantage of the latest classroom technology trainings offered this semester by Educational Resource Services (ERS). The trainings cover a wide variety of tools designed to enhance student learning in the classroom from Google, Apple, Microsoft, and YouTube. Educators have the opportunity to learn about photo and video development applications through Apple’s “Everyone Can Create” collection and YouTube Creators, or familiarize themselves with Google’s free suite of tools, including Sites, Drive, Docs, and Classroom. School sites that contract with ERS’s Library Media Services can receive training on the use of virtual reality and various robotics kits available for checkout.
For a complete list of technology training courses offered this spring, visit commoncore.tcoe.org/edtech/edtech-pd.
Red Ribbon campaign benefits TCOE Foundation
The 2019 Red Ribbon committee is pleased to report that $4,400 was raised from activities held during the annual event in October. Red Ribbon Committee chairperson Jennifer Fisher would like to thank the committee members, generous donors, and staff who participated in the week’s activities. The proceeds from the event will be donated to the Tulare County Office of Education Foundation, which provides support to TCOE programs and events. More information, including a list of raffle winners, can be found at tcoe.org/RedRibbon.
View more events at tcoe.org/CalendarofEvents.
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