FACES for the Future Coalition is currently in its planning year with Phillip and Sala Burton High School (SFUSD) to build a formalized FACES program at the school site. As part of this planning year, FACES implemented the “Week Without Walls” program with all 100 Junior students enrolled in the Academy of Health Sciences. This program is the students’ second major work-based learning experience within their Academy. During this week, we brought all students to San Francisco State University (SFSU) and Samuel Merritt University (SMU) to participate in various workshops designed to support their clinical skill sets, ability to collaborate, and social emotional learning. On one of the days, students learned how to use an AED with the San Francisco Fire Department, and on the following day, they learned surface anatomy with SMU Physical Therapy graduate students! All 100 students also experienced a one-day job-shadow at either Zuckerberg San Francisco Hospital, Stanford Gross Anatomy Lab, or Gladstone Institutes. The goal for this week was to elevate young people’s imagination of their career pathway beyond the classroom and provide experiences that connect their learning to real world environments. The week was a success and we want to thank all our amazing partners that helped make this happen – particularly SFUSD Career Technical Education and the Bayview YMCA!