KQED is recruiting for Youth Takeover 2023-24!
Youth Takeover is a unique year-long program that partners with high school classrooms from nine Bay Area counties to help students produce audio feature stories destined for KQED’s broadcast, podcast and online programming—including shows like Perspectives, Forum, Bay Curious, Rightnowish and other local favorites. Participating teachers receive curricular support and customized assistance in media-making by KQED’s Youth Media team. If you are a high school educator in the nine Bay Area counties and want to amplify your students’ voices, applications for the 2023-2024 Youth Takeover classroom program are open now!
Application Deadline: Monday, October 2nd, 2023 at 11:59pm PST
High school educators that teach any subject can receive a $500 stipend to join a pilot of IBM SkillsBuild. More info at this form.
ICT Tech Talks
The Bay ICT Tech Talks are a series of virtual talks and Q&A with ICT industry professionals about their roles, experience, and personal career path. Tech Talks are one-hour Zoom meetings, scheduled twice per month (usually a Monday or Tuesday) at 6:00pm Pacific. Learn more here.
K12 Regional Work-Based Learning Opportunities
The Bay Area Community College Consortium shares resources and events for students in the Bay Area through its K12 Regional WBL Padlet.
Bay ICT News
Find out what is happening in Information and Communication Technology in the Bay Area by signing up for the Bay ICT Newsletter
Evergreen Valley College Online Teaching And Educational Technology Certificate
Evergreen Valley College is offering a new online teaching certificate / professional development for K12 teachers/instructors. This certification will:
- Provide a comprehensive education using best practices and up to date technology for teachers who wish to teach quality online courses.
- Create a hiring, promotional, or compensation advantage for teachers who intend to work in these fast-growing and competitive career fields.
- Enhance access to education by learning how to provide online courses in accordance with state, district, and college guidelines.
- Click here for more information
High Road Training Partnerships – RWFP Funding Solicitation
Proposals must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the first day of each quarter (JAN, APR, JUL, OCT) in order to be considered that quarter.
The California Workforce Development Board (CWDB) is pleased to announce a new grant process that will allow prospective applicants to submit High Road Training Partnership (HRTP) project proposals on a quarterly basis for funding consideration. The High Road Training Partnerships (HRTP): Resilient Workforce Fund (RWF) Program allows for greater flexibility, multiple grant application opportunities throughout the year, and up to three years of funding per grant. More information here.