• Program Description

    1942 SCHOOL TO WORK CO-OP/WORK EXPERIENCE (ON-THE-JOB TRAINING)

    Length of Course  Credit  Grade  Weight  Pathway

    All Year 2.0 12 All

    PREREQUISITE: Students are required to go through an application process.

    The cooperative (co-op) related work experience program is available to senior students who wish to participate in career-related paid on-the-job-training experience on a daily basis. Students planning to enter the job market immediately following graduation can learn entry level skills through supervised job training. Students who are college bound can use this opportunity to save money for college expenses. This goal is accomplished through a cooperative arrangement between the school and local businesses. Students must obtain work site placements that will enable them to acquire meaningful career-related experiences in an atmosphere conducive to learning. All work site placements must be pre-approved by the cooperative education supervisor. Admission into this program will be based upon prior school attendance, academic standing, and discipline. Interested students must complete an application packet in their junior year. Students are required to work a minimum of 15 hours per week. Evaluation will be made by the job supervisor, as well as, the cooperative education supervisor who will make routine visits to each student’s job site.

     

    1943 BUSINESS INTERNSHIP

    Length of Course  Credit  Grade  Weight  Pathway

    All Year 2.0 12 All

    PREREQUISITE: Students are required to go through an application process.

    The cooperative related internship experience program is available to senior students who wish to participate in career-related, paid or non-paid, on-the-job-training experience on a daily basis. College bound students intending to invest large sums of time and money into a specialized field of learning can gain practical experience to help ensure that the investment is a wise one. This is a student initiated, career experience in which the students serve as an intern under the supervision of a mentor. Students must obtain work site placements that will enable them to acquire meaningful career-related experiences in an atmosphere conducive to learning. All work site placements must be pre-approved by the cooperative education supervisor. Admission into this program will be based upon prior school attendance, academic standing, and discipline. Interested students must complete an application packet in their junior year. Students are required to work a minimum of 10 hours per week.