George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science
February 20, 2018
February 20 - Blood Drive (Ages 16+ with permission slip)
February 21 - Intramural Volleyball Game @ Kit Carson
February 26 - Intramural Volleyball Game @ Health Professions High School
February 28 - Intramural Volleyball Game @ Carver
Click herefor Carver's complete calendar of events!
Help Us Hit Our Target!
is a favorite activity for students at Carver. All students learn
and practice archery during a block each year in Physical Education
10 years ago, Ms. Schroeder received a grant from the California
Department of Fish and Wildlife which provided bows and arrows,
targets and all the equipment needed to run a successful archery program
at Carver. Nearly a decade -- and hundreds of students later --
Carver needs to replace and replenish the school's archery equipment.
Volunteers needed to assist with the Youth Job and Resource Fair on Saturday, March 17thin
various capacities. Morning and afternoon shifts are available. Some
roles and responsibilities will require heavy lifting, standing, and
Carver students and staff plan to again participate in the annual St. Baldrick's Fundraiser to raise money for childhood cancer research 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 16. Sign up to shave your head, volunteer or donate at
Research & Engineering Apprenticeship Program (REAP)is
a summer STEM program that places talented high school students, from
groups historically under-represented and underserved in STEM, in
research apprenticeships at area colleges and universities. REAP
apprentices work under the direct supervision of a mentor on a hands-on
research project. REAP apprentices are exposed to the real world of
research, they gain valuable mentorship, and they learn about education
and career opportunities in STEM. REAP apprenticeships are 5-8 weeks in
length (minimum of 200 hours) and apprentices receive a stipend. The Application can be completed online at:http://www.usaeop.com/programs/apprenticeships/reap/ . If there are any questions please contact Lorenzo M. Smith, Ph.D., Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science.