High School students shared their mentorship experience in the Mentorship Expo on Saturday, April 29, at the High School Campus.
Students' presentations focused on what they learned, the obstacles they overcame, and their future goals.
Over 400 businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and government agencies are available to our students to choose from.
There are also on-campus mentorship options such as robotics, rocketry, visual arts, East Asian Arts, gardening, and journalism. The mentorship gives students hands-on learning opportunities.
"I loved that we had the opportunity to go on field trips together and get the chance to get amazing photos," said Max '24, who took the Photography and Aerial Videography Mentorship. "I really liked this mentorship, I also suggest it to anyone interested in photography no matter if you are a beginner or advanced in it. There's always something to learn."
Max said his favorite drone video was taken when he was with his parents at a beach park.
"The sunset was spectacular," he said. "There was barely any wind so I sent my drone up and got this clip.
To learn more about the mentorship program visit the Mentorship webpage at assets-school.org.