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AGL - Academy of Global Logistics

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The Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics at Cabrillo High School (AGL), a partnership with the Long Beach Unified School District, combines academic curriculum with industry-relevant training and information to support academic and career development.

Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics at Cabrillo (AGL) focuses on careers in global logistics and supply chain management; global logistics is defined as the design and management of a system that directs and controls the flows of materials into, through, and across national borders. AGL works in direct partnership with the Port of Long Beach, Center for International Trade and Transportation, LBCC, and CSULB. Through partnerships with local colleges and industry partners, students will be exposed to the various pathways leading from Cabrillo to the world of finance, global logistics, and supply chain management.

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Mission

The POLB Academy of Global Logistics at Cabrillo seeks to develop business educated students prepared for the challenges of international trade through hands on experiences and academic learning.


Vision

 Going Places in the World of Global Trade and Logistics

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AGL GOALS

To Excite

 Create excitement around international trade, logistics and supply chain management by bringing real world experiences to the classroom.

To Engage

 Engage parents, students, teachers and administrators, industry partners, and the community in program events to develop a support system for student success.

To Empower

Empower students with the knowledge and skills for entry level career opportunities and/or to pursue higher education either at a community college or four-year university.

LEARNING IN ACTION

AGL Mentoring

The purpose of the mentoring program is to connect students with a business professional throughout the school year. Students learn how to get into the industry and what challenges they can overcome. Students get to share who they are and what their own goals and dreams are. We can see the impact this mentoring program have had with both the students and professionals.

Women in Trade

The Port’s Celebrating Women in Trade Luncheon brings local high school students together with women professionals from the trade and logistics industry. Young women in AGL get the chance to interact with professionals during lunch and then listen to a panel discussion.

 

AGL COMMUNITY

Jennifer '23

"Being in AGL is a truly amazing experience as it helps prepare students for the work field. We learn to develop interpersonal and technical skills needed in every job."

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AGL NEWS

MEET OUR AGL TEAM

Mrs. Bautista - AGL Lead
Mr. Dowding - AGL Lead
Mr. Tran - Counselor
Mrs. Wholey - Counselor
Miss Carrizoza
Mrs. Cervantes-Alvarado
Mr. Dorman
Mr. Flores
Miss Landa
Mr. Roland
LCDR Santillan
Ms. Sarno
Miss Serafini
Ms. Herrera
Ms. Jones
Mr. Lamprecht
Ms. Rivera Chavez
Mr. Galima

Nondiscrimination Statement: The Long Beach Unified School District prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, immigration status, national origin, religion, race or ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

For questions or complaints, contact Equity Compliance Officer: Steve Rockenbach, Director of Employee Relations,1515 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90815, 562-997-8220, srockenbach@lbschools.net and Title IX Coordinator: Kimberly Dalton, Director of Human Resource Services, 1515 Hughes Way, Long Beach, CA 90815, 562-997-8108, kdalton@lbschools.net and 504 Coordinator: Jenny R. Acosta, Program Administrator, 2221 Argonne Ave, LB 90815, 562-986-6870, JRAcosta@lbschools.net