November 2, 2017 | In partnership with the Anaheim Union High School District’s AIME (Anaheim’s Innovative Mentoring Experience) program and Kaiser Permanente, the Allied Health Academy students received a chance to apply for this opportunity. 45 students from the Allied Health Academy at both Western HS and Magnolia HS were selected to attend a series of 4 field trips for the fall 2017 semester.
On our third field trip, students were exposed to various health professionals. They listened to a key note speaker and were also mentored by professionals in the field. Kaiser Permanente’s Human Resources team hosted a resume workshop and worked with students to edit resumes. Students toured the Central Utility Plant (C.U.P.) and the Thrive Walk/Healing Gardens. Students learned the value of health and wellness that Kaiser Permanente promotes to the staff. Thank you to everyone for making this experience possible for our students!