San Jacinto SPEAKS brings new ideas to help SJUSD graduates find work in the community

The San Jacinto Unified School District Board, superintendent, teachers and students joined with many community partners on Zoom Thursday, Oct. 1, for the first San Jacinto SPEAKS forum. The San Jacinto SPEAKS online forum sought ideas from community partners of what the needs are for future employees as they return from college, trade school and the military. “We want to know what they are looking for and how we can better support our valley employers, where our strengths are and where we can improve and the skills and qualities they are looking for,” Gale Hill, executive assistant to SJUSD superintendent David Pyle and the board of trustees, said. “We started off with students that spoke about the affects COVID-19 has had on them personally as far as not being able to return
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