Career Based Learning Experiences
Want to know what it takes to be successful in a specific career? Check out the career experience choices we have for you.
If you have already done some career research and now want to engage through a more personalized 1:1 experience with a specific company or career field, complete the process to schedule a local in-person job shadow.
Tour a specific company and learn from employees about the cool things they do and what your future path could look like.
Career Pathway Bus Tours
See careers in action by visiting a few different local companies that offer similar career paths to learn which type of environment or career may be a great fit for you.
Virtual Career Chats
Weekly opportunities to chat with local career professionals. You can participate live or watch back archived sessions as you explore various career options within specific pathways.
Opportunities that provide sustained interaction with industry or community professionals in real workplace settings.
Sophomore, Junior and Senior students can apply for a 90-hour exploratory experience in a career area of interest while getting paid and earning high school credit
Junior and Senior students are eligible to apply for a more in-depth 450-hour experience while getting paid and earning high school credit. Students can leverage this experience for potential college credit, full time employment and bridge into Registered Apprenticeship.
Regional Career Pathways
Talk to your teachers or school counselors to learn more information regarding course work you can start taking in high school to support your career goals