Benchmark 5 - Work-Based Learning

Documentation of appropriate WBL available for students at all grade levels 6-12

WBL explanation

2019-2020 RHS T-STEM Work Based Learning in progress

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2018-2019 RHS T-STEM Work Based Learning

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  • Justin

    Congrats to Justine Adebayo for being accepted to into @TexasTech

    Explore Engineering summer program. Justine will spend one week living in the dorms.

    Thank you Laura Guzman (c/o ‘80) for your generous contribution covering the cost of the camp.


LARK INDUSTRIES INTERNSHIP

  • LARK

    Jesse

    Jesse Marquez

    A big congratulations goes out to Mr. Jesse Marquez, a junior at Riverside High School.  He has been working as a precision drafting technician for LARK Industries since January 2019.  He was accepted into his paid internship which needed a minimum of 5 years experience but yet landed this position with only 3 months experience, thanks to everything he has learned in his Civil Engineering/Architecture Class.  He was able to demonstrate a very high level of drafting needed in the industry which includes machined parts and 3-Dimensional designs.

     

    Notable Accomplishments/Qualifications are: 

    • Civil and Land Surveying basics
    • AutoCad
    • Revit
    • VEX World Qualifier

    A very big thank you to LARK Industries for taking the time to interview our students and take them into their company. 


RHS STEAMx Prudential Math Challenge

Congratulations to: Karemy Cruz, Edna Rodriguez, Raul Ramos, Ashley De La Rosa, and Francisco Abel Ontiveros


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    NASA SEES

    NASA SEES (STEM Enhancement in Earth Science) Summer High School Intern Program

    Ryan Rubio

    Congratulations to Ryan Rubio for being selected into the SEES internship program with The University of Texas Center for Space Research with NASA.  He will conduct researcch this summer (2019) with NASA scientists for two weeks.  All expenses will be paid.

    Students from all over the country applied for this opportunity.  Students had to write 8 essays and submit a video as part of the application.  Over 600 applications were reviewed and 45 students chosen.  Only the top 9% were selected.  The link above is provided if you wish to know more about the internship or what Ryan will be doing.


  • Joint Scientist and Tech Inst.

    https://orise.orau.gov/jsti/archive/2018/projects.htm 

    Students and teachers in the 2018 Joint Science and Technology Institute took part in research projects in a variety of scientific disciplines.  Congratulations to our very own Ximena Duran for being selected from the many participants around the world.  Only 6 being from Texas.  She was part of the Summer 2018 Team seen below:

    Ximena

    Env Water Quality

     

  • UofA

    2018-2019 Ranger engineering students Skyped with senior undergraduate Aerospace engineering majors from the University of Alabama at Huntsville. They were critiqued in preparation for their presentation for NASA reps.

    UofA1 UofA2

     


2018-2019 RHS Robotics at Eastwood Turning Point Photo Gallery


2018-2019 RMS at RHS - HB5 / Organization / T-STEM Fair Photo Gallery


2018-2019 RHS INSPIRES Engineering Club with the University of Alabama sponsored by NASA

Presentation to Ascarate Elementary School Photo Gallery

Presentation to Ramona Elementary Photo Gallery

Presentation to the Community at Southwest University Park During the El Paso Chihuahuas Games (2)


2018-2019 Educational Summit - College Fair Photo Gallery


2018-2019 Manufacturing Day Photo Gallery


2018-2019 University of Texas at El Paso Girl Powered Conference Photo Gallery



Last Modified on October 28, 2019