SOS San Antonio Virtual Career Fair

ZOOM ON SATURDAY, MARCH 27TH 1PM CST – 3PM CST. Speak with professionals from KENS5, SaySi, Girls Inc, Dell, Ernst and Young, The San Antonio Spurs, Southwest Airlines, and more! Register required, and you will need to create an account in the SOS portal if you do not already have one. Click Here to Register

Katie Chain, Education and Workforce Program Manager at H-E-B, and Jason Salazar, a senior at CAST Tech High School, joined San Antonio Charter Moms for a conversation on the benefits of mentorship. “Currently we have over 20 H-E-B Partners mentoring students at CAST Tech, in departments and jobs ranging from Own Brand Packaging and Design to UX

KENS 5 – CODING Kids

KENS 5 Erica Zucco interviewed CAST Tech students Timiera and Thomas to learn how their internships with Plus One Robotics and DOCUMation are helping them explore their career interests.

Zach Wilson, African American Studies

Zach Wilson started teaching at the Advanced Learning Academy four years ago as an intern with Trinity University. Today, he is part of the pioneering group of educators in the San Antonio Independent School District teaching African American Studies to 9th through 12th graders. This is the first year that African American Studies is being

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CAST STEM Students

Modern career and technical education programs emphasize both college and career readiness—even during a pandemic. By Bekah McNeel August 14, 2020 Long before hand-washing PSAs flooded social media and public billboards during the Covid-19 pandemic, Karol Servellon was championing the cause. As a high school student at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center—a.k.a. The Met—Servellon