No matter what program you decide to participate in, second-year students may gain work experience related to their career interests through our Work-Based Learning. This strategy builds your skills and knowledge in your chosen career path and furthers your study within the area of interest. To participate, students must be excellent performers in their career program and be responsible to manage their time.
Students are paid for the work they perform and are supervised by their Work-Based Learning instructor. A standards-based training plan is developed by the student, instructor, and workplace mentor to guide the student’s work-based learning experiences and assist in evaluating achievement and performance.
The Work-Based Learning class meets 3 hours per week, and the work experience is 15 or more hours per week. Work experiences may take place during and after school hours.