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What is Work-Based Learning?

Work-based learning is an educational strategy that links school-based instruction with activity that has consequences and value beyond school. Work-Based Learning gives students the opportunity to learn a variety of skills by expanding the walls of classroom learning to include the community. By narrowing the gap between theory and practice, Work-Based Learning creates meaning for students. Through activities like field trips, guest speakers, job shadowing, mock interviews,internships, and other hands-on training, CAMS' students have the opportunity  to learn a variety of skills through rigorous academic preparation and career development experiences.

*For more information, visit the LBUSD Work-Based Learning website*

The Ignite LA Application

Spend two weeks next summer participating on a fully-funded, scientific research expedition alongside scientists and other students in a natural landscape. Apply for the opportunity of a lifetime!


  1. Starting June 1, 2017 – Begin your application by clicking the Apply Now button below.
  2. By December 1, 2017 – Submit your completed application. Keep in mind the application requires two recommendations: one from a science teacher and another from either another teacher (any subject) or an adult mentor.
  3. March 2018 – Receive notification from Earthwatch on whether or not your application was successful. The Ignite program awards 50+ students from Los Angeles each year.
  4. Summer 2018 – Participate on a scientific field research expedition for 10-14 days during your summer vacation.

Internship Opportunities


It's Here! Check out the newest edition of the Boeing Summer Experience Newsletter highlighting our awesome students who participated in the internship this past summer.



Friday, November 17,

5 p.m.

in the Education Center

Please visit for more information.


"Search and Rescue covers Public safety careers in Fire fighting, Law Enforcement and Emergency Services. This orientation meeting is held only once a year. Applications for membership will be passed out at this meeting. Interested young adults should attend with their parents for this one-hour meeting. This is probably our strongest post and has so many resources that give the youth who participate a fabulous opportunity  to learn and to help the public at the same time.


Last year they handed out 100 applications and 60 came back. After the interview process they added about 40 new youth.


Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 5 pm at 2247 Argonne Ave, Long Beach.


Requirements to apply:

  • Be at least 15 and not yet 19 years of age by the start of the academy,

  • Have no felony convictions, demonstrate high moral and citizenship standards,

  • Maintain at least a “C” grade average in school,

  • Be physically fit and be willing to devote a substantial amount of time to training, public events, and emergency callouts.

They will be having a regular open house on the Saturday prior to the recruitment meeting. Saturday, October 7th at 11am. 



Orientation Meeting

October 10, 2017

Tuesday at 7pm

Fire Training Center

2247 Argonne Avenue, Long Beach, CA


See Attachment for More Information