"Connecting Your Passions, Your Dreams"

Ohio Hi Point- Career Center

Experiential Learning

Below are available options for all students to get even further ahead by taking advantage of experiential learning

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

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

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

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

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

Reach out to Mr. Newland if you're interested in any of the above opportunities.

Robert Newland

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