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Next Career Fair at Ohio Hi-Point:

April 19, 2017 at 1:00 pm

School-To-Work

JOB SHADOWING

Provides opportunities for students to observe adults in work settings, learn the requirements of various jobs, understand the type of work-related tasks required in the chosen career field, and experience the flow of a typical workday

  • Short-term (generally no more than 3-5 hours at any one work site)
TIMES THIS CAN BE SCHEDULED

During regular lab hours
During academic classes with teacher recommendation
During non-school hours

UNPAID INTERNSHIPS

  • Application and interview process
  • Student obtains position related to his/her career-technical program
  • Student may begin work as early as junior year.
  • 120 documented hours = 1 credit, max of 4 credits
TIMES THIS CAN BE SCHEDULED

During regular lab hours
During academic classes with teacher recommendation
During non-school hours

Interested in school-to-work opportunities? Reach out to Mr. Newland!

Students must meet several criteria to be considered for any placement activities*


Robert Newland

Departments: Career Tech Instructor
Email:
Phone Numbers:
School: 937.599.3010 x1372

PAID INTERNSHIPS

  • Application and interview process
  • Student, employer, parent, & OHP staff establish a work schedule prior to start of experience
  • 120 documented hours = 1 credit, max of 4 credits
TIMES THIS CAN BE SCHEDULED

A student can begin work when at least half of the career-technical program or the coursework necessary to begin the job has been completed.

A student's work schedule can be adapted by the employer/sponsor based on the need.

Flexible based on student’s academic schedule:

- 1 week work/1 week school
- ½ day school/½ day work
- other variations

APPRENTICESHIPS

  • Application and interview process
  • Employer sponsor must be registered through the Ohio Apprenticeship Council
  • Hours worked during school hours will count toward the apprenticeship program
  • All Internship descriptions also apply to Apprenticeship
  • 120 documented hours = 1 credit, max of 4 credits
TIMES THIS CAN BE SCHEDULED

A student can begin work once he/she has completed at least half of the career-technical program or when coursework necessary to begin the job has been completed.

Student work schedule can be adapted by the employer/sponsor based on the need.

Flexible based on student’s academic schedule:

- 1 week work/1 week school
- ½ day school/½ day work
- other variations

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