WIT

 WIT Logo   Welcome to Sweeny High School's
  Workforce Industry Training
(WIT)
  Sponsors: Kathya Hammond and Stephanie Gartman


What is WIT?


How does one join WIT?

What do WIT participants at Sweeny High School do?

What is the meaning of the WIT bracelet?

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2021-2022 Members:

Gerrard Adams
Cambria Amey
 Cylas Ashley 
 Treylan Austin
 Gracie Bible
 Alyssa Boozy
Jasmine Boozy
 Kayana Britton
 Kamryn Brown 
 Corie Byrd
 Melanie Calderon
 Frank Carmona
 Trynytie Clark
 Kaylee Conley
Kegan Coburn
Ashley Dailey
Elizabeth Dodson
Ava Fischer
Ariyana Campbell
Matthew Gartman
Isaiah Gonzales
Landon Hammond
Juan Hernandez
Shaydon Hyatt
Seth Jochum
Alaya Johnson
Khaneal  Jones
Eli Kacal
Alecia King
Xavier Lara
Kendal Lockler
Chesnee Mathis
Tyler Mills
Kamrynn Moore
Trinity Moses
Brianna Mosqueda 
 Lane Naquin
 Kaya Randon
Madison Rios
Adler Reese
Rene Rodrguez
Jesse Sanchez
 Kaley Smith
 Shaylee Robinson
Wyatt Smith
Irma Turrubiartes
 Dylan White
 Cutter  Schuerg
 Xavier Woods
 Dessa Torres
 Saniyah Runoalds


ATOM:  Achieving Together with Optimistic Mentoring

ATOM is a WIT-supported program with a yearlong commitment between WIT member mentors and ATOM mentees. The ATOM group provides WIT members an opportunity to give back by interacting and mentoring young elementary and middle school students – engaging them in academic activities that impassion these students to stay focused on a strong STEM path. The intent of the ATOM program is to create a “spark” that ignites a unique collaborative and nurturing relationship between older and younger students interested in pursuing STEM. During the 2019-2020 school year, our WIT members mentored over 900 elementary and middle school students.ATOM logo

WIT Events:
WIT meetings are the first Monday of every month!
February 2-3, 2022:  Sam Houston State University tour/Texas        Prison Museum field trip
April 19-20, 2022:  Texas State University tour/Glass Bottom Boat tour
Week of May 23-27, 2022-ATOM event at Sweeny Elementary


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