First-ever Amazon Logistics Pathways Program At Cajon High School
Above: Cajon High School students and Amazon associates were all smiles at the formal dedication of the Pathways program.
San Bernardino, CA – On Friday, March 22 at 10 a.m., Amazon celebrated its first-ever Amazon Logistics Pathways Program with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Cajon High School. The program launched this year at the San Bernardino school just miles from another noteworthy company first: Amazon’s first fulfillment center in California.
The ceremony welcomed the school’s inaugural class to their newly dedicated and Amazon-inspired classroom, which was a result of Amazon’s $50,000 donation in late 2017.
“We know that creating clear pathways for future innovators not only benefits us, but also our community and region as a whole,” said Amazon General Manager Chris Turner. “This program will teach our local students the real-world skills that will not only prepare them for future work with Amazon if they so choose, but will translate to any workplace they set their sights on.”
Following the ribbon-cutting, which included representation from local electeds and San Bernardino City Unified School District, attendees toured the classroom to see first-hand what happens in a logistics pathways lab.