Welcome to San Bernardino City Unified School District!

We’re here to provide you with the help and support needed for success in your new role.

Onboarding is the process of welcoming, educating, connecting, and acculturating new employees. It helps assimilate them into work and team processes and into an organizational culture. It provides new employees with the necessary tools and resources to carry out their jobs and clear channels for ongoing knowledge acquisition and collaboration. It instills in them a sense of connection to individual, group, and organization goals and a drive to contribute.

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Community Engagement Plan Strategy 2: We will strengthen human capacity through systems of coaching, internships, externships, and mentoring throughout the organization.

Kirstyn Martin
Onboarding Program Lead
Ph: (909) 381-1110

Orientation: to provide new employees with a “big picture” understanding of the district and site, its strategic plans and its initiatives. This is the perfect chance to assimilate new employees quickly in to the district by sharing expectations, making new employees feel comfortable and safe, and cultivating their enthusiasm as new members of the team. Orientation is comprised of two parts:

In-Person Orientation  - please register using PD Connect.

It’s Learning Course - please access through Clever or by using this link. This course contains time sensitive information regarding benefits, as well as important policies and procedures. 

Key Stakeholder sessions:
 the objective of the key stakeholder sessions is twofold: first, new employees gain strong networks of support quickly and second, internal stakeholders sessions are structured so new hires learn about any potential opportunities, challenges and priorities. Both types of sessions lead to early engagement and a sense of belonging.

Peer shadowing opportunities: new employees observe and interact one-on-one with high performing individuals in order to learn exemplary performance habits and to build relationships with these high performers.

Mentorship: all people benefit and grow through quality interactions with others. Mentorship strengthens capacity by cultivating the skills and knowledge of employees. Providing a mentor to new employees is a powerful way to create an environment where they feel comfortable sharing ideas and taking risks. This, in turn, increases outcomes and overall achievement.

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