Pathways to Construction & Manufacturing School Community Sites

All Hands Raised is currently working with Centennial High School and Reynolds High School to examine their career-technical programs to help put more students on the path to careers in high-wage industries. In the future, we will expand this work to six high school teams. We bring these teams together two-to-three times a year to share cross-site learnings to strengthen the work through collaboration. All Hands Raised’s on the ground work, including much of the work done at the sites below, is enhanced by the advocacy and alignment provided by the Pathways to Construction & Manufacturing Strategic Leadership Group.

 

Centennial High School

Aaron Bouchane, Pathways to Manufacturing (Impact NW)

Scott Olson, Counselor

Kyle Popma, Program Coordinator (The Boeing Company)

Zach Ramberg, Assistant Principal

Jeff Stanek, School to Work Coordinator

Mark Watts, Teacher

 

Reynolds High School

Justin Birmingham, Grants and Partnerships Administrator

Timothy Gutfleisch, Teacher

Miguel Montaño, Training Coordinator (Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute)

John Olson, Assistant Principal

Erich Schneider, Teacher

Kimberly Soltvedt, Counselor

 

Click here to learn more about the pathways to construction & manufacturing work.

Updated  2/2/2018