Tuesday , June 18 2024

Education

Amazon begins program for Inland high school students

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Cajon High School is home to the first Amazon Logistic Pathway Program, which is designed to help students interested in a logistics career. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently at the school’s Amazon-inspired classroom, which was paid for with a $50,000 donation Amazon made to the school in late 2017, …

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University of Redlands produces Peace Corp volunteers

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For the second consecutive year, the University of Redlands is among the top producers of Peace Corps volunteers. There are 15 University of Redlands alumni serving in the Peace Corps around the world, enough to rank the school fourth among small schools on the 2019 list of top volunteer-producing colleges …

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State grant to RCCD will help train workers

The Riverside Community College District has been awarded a $470,000 contract by the California’s Employment Training Panel. Earmarked for the district’s economic development office, the contract will train up to 800 local workers through the district’s Customized Training Solutions, a program designed to help Inland businesses build a strong workforce, …

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High school students to get a head start on college

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Mt. San Jacinto College will use eight classrooms at Murrieta Valley High School during the next three years. Those classrooms will be used by high school students taking college classes, according to a statement. The partnership between the college and Murrieta Valley Unified School District is meant to create “a …

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CSUSB graduate programs get high rankings

Five graduate programs at Cal State San Bernardino have been named among the nation’s finest by U.S. News & World Report. Rehabilitation counseling (67), social work (121) public affairs (121) part-time MBA (159) and public health, according to the magazine’s 2020 rankings of U.S. graduate schools. The school’s public health …

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Audit would identify homeless students

Assemblyman James C. Ramos, D-Highland, has asked for an audit of local school districts intended to help homeless students. If approved, the California State Auditor’s Office will try to determine why only one-quarter of all schools in California report having no homeless students among their student bodies, according to a …

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