Nothing tops work experience for students preparing to graduate, whether they’re entering the work force, attending trade school, community college or a university.
To start, students can check in with the following resources:
- If you have an interest in a specific career field, ask you counselor, parent or family friends to connect you with work opportunities in your community.
- Check job boards at your school.
- Work permits and FAQs about youth work guidelines.
- Work-based learning. Some students might be able to work during the school day and receive school credits. Students should check in with their school and counselor for work-based learning opportunities.
- Summer Work Program through CTE for students who have an open case with Michigan Rehabilitation Services (typically students have an IEP or a 504 plan).
- BETH LINK SUMMER WORK PROGRAM FLYER HERE
For special education students, Char-Em ISD hosts an annual Job Olympics ……………..
(make job olympics page on webstie)