A Shared Responsibility

"Hello! My name is Ethan Thompson and wanting to be an EMT and taking EMT classes was something I felt I wanted but never got introduced to before. When Ms. Mosca told me about it I was super excited. Sadly with personal issues happening I wasn't able to complete the class, but I am hoping to continue some time in the near future! Being an EMT and choosing that career path kind of felt secure to me in a sense. It makes me happy to know I helped someone in any way and going to EMT school can provide many opportunities for that!"

- Leader Ethan
Our students are leaders because they believe in a Shared Responsibility between all of us. We do this work together. We take care of our peers, families, and community.

This is especially true as our Leaders head back to high school and college amidst COVID-19. Our value for helping each other is one of our greatest strengths.

We can go further together than we ever could alone.
Will you join our LIT Family
in practicing Shared Responsibility?
Thank you to our supporters who have already made a contribution to our September Back to School Fundraiser!

Michelle Rimler, Richard Burns, Sandy Willens, Jo Moreno, Patty Wiggins, Sylvia Espinoza, Thomas Von Behren, Eluciant & Chris Squatritto, Cheryl Brewster, Nicholas Smith, Cheryl Garber, Janelle Thomas, Daria Mulkey, Montecito Dental, Linda Ly, Allena Peters, Sean Parker, Sandra Kinne, Lee Ann Plunkett, Drake Allsop, Grant Kornrumph, Salvador Hernandez, Lisa Medrano, Brittany DuPree, Bjorn Berg, Angela Cho, Rocky Sodetani, Kori Crockett, Kristin Loreno, Michael Lauber, Rick Gray & Associates, Mary Panetta, Jst Retail, Sara Macfarlane, Paula Sneed, Lisa Kalkes, Alain Bengochea, Anita Leopold, Erica Mosca & Kayanne Johnson!
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