Palm Beach Garden High Business Supervision students, under the guidance of teacher Tammy Skinner, recently visited Pathways to Independence, a local nonprofit that works with quadriplegic adults to bolster their independence through business opportunities. The students, who are responsible for the Palm Beach Gardens High school store, will use Pathways to Independence as a wholesaler for on-campus balloon sales. “We look forward to this partnership, which will expand to provide opportunities for our Pre-Medicine Magnet students to learn about therapies and adaptive equipment for quadriplegics,” said Magnet Coordinator Ava Pence.
The Five Star Magnet Program at Palm Beach Gardens Community High School provides hands-on experiences for students interested in the following career areas: Pre-Medicine; Global Business and Entrepreneurship; Tourism, Hospitality and Resort Management; Sports Management and Recreation; and Television and Film Production Technology. The Five Star Magnet Program services over 800 diverse students from all over Palm Beach County.
The School District and the Department of Choice and Career Options are committed to empowering and supporting students and their families in making informed, educational decisions leading to post secondary education and career options in order to compete in today’s technology-driven, global society.
For more information please contact Ms. Pence at 561-694-7388 or email@example.com .