On the second page, please choose “Health Science Academy” even if you are in multiple pathways.
When prompted to type of Work Based Learning Activity (WBL) on the 3rd page, you will choose “Extended Job Shadow/Rotation”.
- August 29th/30th for Fall Semester
- January 16/17th for Spring Semester
Supervisor: Mike Jao
Please confirm with Andy before you close the screen.
Senior exit survey<– Click here
Please do not close the screen or browser when you finish. Let us check you off first.
Some important information about volunteering this weekend.
Meeting Location: Van Ness campus Emergency Room Entrance between Franklin and Post.
When: 7am if you are doing a morning shift. 12pm if noon.
Andy will be there on Saturday to help guide you all at 7am. You will walk down the hall in the emergency room towards their conference room.
List of student assignments for jobs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gTLPyIi91M-U34Z2RQ1zs1RsrMLDt1Zl/view?usp=sharing
Common questions that family members may ask and things for you to get to know : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LW24x8VVSMxSi4SGeBjofW0lTNoaMv6l/view?usp=sharing
555 Main Street • Jacksonville, FL 33333 • (123) 456-7890 •email@example.com
Bringing energy, enthusiasm, and problem-solving skills to any position
High-achieving student-athlete seeking an entry-level position in retail sales.
Key skills include:
- Distance runner with a strong work ethic
- Problem solver
- Leadership experience
- Fast learner
EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS
BEACH HIGH SCHOOL, San Francisco, CA
Diploma expected 2020
Awards & Honors
- Honor Roll, each of first three years of high school
- Second-place award in Duval County Literary Criticism Essay Contest
Skills & Certifications
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Four-year member of the cross country team, co-captain as a senior
- Two-year member of the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
ROSSI POOL, San Francisco, CA – LIFEGUARD (JUNE 2018—Present)
Monitor beaches and respond to swimmers or beachgoers in need of assistance.
JONES FAMILY, San Francisco, CA – BABYSITTER (February 2015—Present)
For more than three years, have regularly cared for three children aged 4-11 when parents are away.
Link to Productive Summer Survey
When you reach the “That’s it” portion, please do not close to screen and call your teacher over to confirm so we can mark you as complete.
The Metro Academy application is now open, here are both the CCSF and SFSU applications.
CCSF’s Metro Application
SFSU’s Metro Application
Please do the “Magnet Word” exercise on this article. Don’t know what the “Magnet Word” exercise is. Then follow the directions below. Learning how to do this will make writing much easier when you go to college – so put a real effort into it. It will pay off.
1. Copy the assigned article onto a word document.
2. Slowly read the article for understanding. Take your time and really try to understand what is being conveyed.
3. Reread the article, but this time use the “highlight” feature highlight your magnet words.
*What are magnet words? Magnet words are words that you believe the author is selecting to use to convey meaning. It is subjective. Words like “but, then, the, and” are certainly not magnet words. Look for words you believe the author is selecting when trying to get the message across. Everybody is different so expect to have several different magnet words that your classmates.
4. Aggregate all the magnet words in a list below the article that contains the highlighted words.
5. Now, rewrite the article in your own words. As you rewrite the article, integrate all of the magnet words. You will find this makes rewriting the article in your own words much much easier. Remember, you must use all magnet words. Also, and this is important… Do not plagiarize.
Remember to share them with me at: McDowellR@sfusd.edu
Good luck;) Have fun:)