Intel @ Mack Commitment Day
On April 29th, we celebrated Mack seniors' commitment to their future on Commitment Day. We're so proud of our seniors and happy that our team and mentors could share this special moment with the Mack family.
Senior Mentoring Pilot @ Intel!
On April 8th, we brought 23 seniors from McClymonds and Oakland Technical High School to Intel to meet their Intel mentors. Mentors will advise their mentees on post-secondary topics via emails until the end of the school year.
Mack 10th graders @ Intel!
On March 18th, we brought Mack sophomores for an introductory experience to the technology industry. The students went on a tour of the Intel museum, met several Intel employees in a round table discussion and tested out some of Intel's latest technology!
Upcoming Events and Programs
Summer Internship Informational Session @ Tech on Thursday, 5/19 from 5:30 - 7:30PM
We're taking 24 students to intern at Santa Clara this summer! We will be going over important information about the internship with students and parents/guardians.
Tech Teachers @ Intel on 5/20 We'll be taking the Computer Academy teachers to Intel for an immersive experience.
Senior Banquet @ Tech on 5/25 Our team and mentors will be rooting for our Tech seniors at their Senior Banquet.
Intel Education Service Corp (IESC) in July An international team from Intel will be leading a 2-week Maker experience for teachers and students in Oakland.
Georgia Tech Summer Engineering Institute in July We'll be sending 6 students from Mack & Tech for a 3-week residential institute.
More on our plans, timeline and collaboration with other Oakland partners coming soon!
Stay tuned for more information about the project onOakland Public Education Fund's STEM Pathways page.
Oakland Unified School District has entered into a five year, $5 million partnership with Intel to help bridge the gap between education, technology and creative minds of color. Through various programs and resources at McClymonds High School and Oakland Technical High, we’re dedicated to building robust engineering and computer science pathways that educate, inspire and motivate our young people and give them the tools and skills needed to compete in the 21st century. The goal of this partnership is to help our students realize a better future for themselves and their families.