Join us for a virtual update meeting about The SEED School of Los Angeles County to hear the latest updates about the school’s design, the mixed-use development at the school site, and employment opportunities for the construction and operations of the school.
Wednesday, June 24
6 – 7:30 p.m.
Zoom registration here.
LA Metro and LA County partnered in 2018 to form The SEED School of Los Angeles County which aims to prepare LA County youth for career and college pathways in the global transportation industry. The SEED Foundation was selected as the school’s operator to develop a curriculum focused on transferrable industry skills through interdisciplinary courses in STEM fields including mentor programs linking students to professionals in the industry, internships and field trips both locally and globally to give students a deeper understanding and appreciation for the infrastructure that we all rely on, each and every day.
The SEED School of Los Angeles is the centerpiece of a larger Workforce Development Initiative that will include 180 units of affordable housing, community-serving retail, a transportation-focused job training center, and a plaza that will connect to the future rapid bus line slated to travel down Vermont, connecting Hollywood to the South Bay.
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