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Career and Technical Center Extended Learning Opportunities are learning experiences that happen inside and outside of the traditional classroom setting. The purpose is to provide an educational experience that is meaningful and relevant to a student’s plan of study while in high school; it is often related to future plans for life after high school. 

 

Work-Based Learning (CTC students only) 0.5 credits for 60 hours
Grades 11 and 12
Work-based learning (WBL) opportunities apply academic, technical, and employability skills in a work setting. Support is provided by school, classroom and workplace mentors. Students will have a set schedule that mirrors a job which may be semester-long or year-long. WBL opportunities are typically paid opportunities. WBL can be performed during or after school or both. Paperwork and assistance can be found in found in Career Services in the Career and Technical Center. WBL for CTC students requires the completion of the first year of a program along with a program teacher’s recommendation.

 

Internship Program: 0.5 credits for 60 hours
Grades 11-12          .5 credit for 60 hours on-site          semester long/year long or summer
An internship is designed to offer a supervised learning experience that is related to a students’ career or college plan.  These experiences provide students with the opportunity to develop on-site occupational skills and apply formal classroom learning to the world of work.