School-to-Career Program

The School to Career program is a career exploration program including work-based learning and internship in partnerships with businesses and the community.  This program is designed to make the connection between academics and the world of work.  Students in grades 11 and 12 may take an active role in exploring a wide range of careers, select challenging courses, and participate in work experiences.  The program may include job shadowing, field trips, internships, College Career Pathways and projects.  Contact your School Counselor or Career Counselors for additional information. 


School to Career Clusters include: 

  • Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources 

  • Architecture and Construction 

  • Arts, A/V technology and Communication 

  • Business, Management and Administration 

  • Education and Training 

  • Finance 

  • Government and Public Administration 

  • Health Sciences 

  • Hospitality and Tourism 

  • Human Services 

  • Information Technology 

  • Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security 

  • Manufacturing,  

  • Marketing, Sales and Service 

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) 

  • Transportation, Distribution and Logistics 

Students selected for this program may earn .5 up to 1 elective credit toward graduation. 

Students must: 

  • Submit an application and resume to the School to Career liaison 

  • Provide teacher and counselor recommendations 

  • Identify a career cluster 

  • Demonstrate good academic achievement, social behavior, and school attendance 

  • Submit a signed learning partnership contract between the student, parent, employer, and coordinator 

  • Complete a learning plan including objectives and evaluation standards 

Students who would like to receive credit for the work hours they complete outside of school should see Ellen Frost the school to Career Liaison in the Career Center.