The Reverend Cecil “Chip” Murray former pastor of the First AME church, joined us for our annual Black History Month luncheon. He talked about battling the poverty of character as well as the poverty of pocket. He talked about LA’s history of faith-based work and some of the victories that have occurred. He also said […]
Building Trades chief Ron Miller set the tone for a very productive and positive event related to women in construction. It was called “Women Build Metro Los Angeles” and the conference was about empowerment and getting jobs. More than 25 employers attended and offered positions to the attendees.
The South LA Transit Empowerment Zone has put a thorough application for a federal promise zone. Led by Trade Tech, the partners from various organizations in the city put their signatures on the document and it will be submitted next week. This is an historic partnership because it brings together varied interests in South LA […]
Don “Campbellock” Campbell took part in the series of lectures celebrating Black History Month. Campbell is the creator of the “locking” style of dancing and he created it right here in the Trade Tech cafeteria. He is fond of his alma mater and visits every time he is asked. His stories about Soul Train and […]
Students from high schools and colleges throughout California joined in the Skills USA regional championships at LA Trade Tech. They competed in more than 30 categories including both academic and vocational contests. Trade Tech students came away with 13 gold medals qualifying those students to […]
Here is the LA Sheriff’s department training video to prepare people in the event of a campus shooter. Great information. It’s a must watch for staff and students. Active Shooter Training Video
Come out and support our cosmetology students and faculty as they help make prom night very special for some high school students.