“I never thought I could be an engineer until I joined Robotics program at Berkeley High School,” said Andrea, a junior.
The time is now to help me get elected to the Berkeley School Board so that I can continue support students like Andrea. By ensuring the School Board supports the amazing career education programs like the robotics, fire science, biotechnology, allied health, and the new carpentry and design studio, we can provide our students a robust curriculum that incorporates STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) with real life experiences that helps ignite their passions, engages their minds, and applies their skills.
Please take a moment to read my October 4th Daily Cal opinion piece: Career education encourages students to think big, go far
We're heading into the home stretch of the campaign. We have less than 3 weeks to make personal contact with Berkeley voters through the mail, on the phone, and at their doors.
Now is a perfect time to make that donation you've been meaning to send!
Click here to donate so that we can make we reach every voter (individuals can donate up to $250).
Click here if you'd like to walk precincts, flyer at BART, or make phone calls.
Please email at least 10 of your Berkeley friends and ask them to vote for Julie Sinai for School Board. Many Berkeley voters are absentee voters - so send your email as soon as you can!
Lastly, there are three school board seats up this election, I only want one. People have been asking me who to vote for - I enthusiastically support and encourage you to vote for Ka'Dijah Brown, a BHS grad and a public school teacher, and re-elect Ty Alper.