School To Work

What is School To Work (CO-OP/Intern) ?

           

  • Cooperative Education is a partnership between the business community and Eisenhower High School.

  • Students work in a positive and meaningful environment, consistent with their career goal.

  • This program is a primarily designed as a capstone learning experience for juniors and seniors.  Students are placed depending on qualifications and the needs of individual training stations.

  • Supervision by the employer and the School-to-Work Coordinator ensures students receive a quality educational experience and a meaningful work experience.

  • STW Students will receive a half of a credit per semester.

  • Early release time maybe available for STW students, dependant on:

  • student's schedule

  • graduation requirements
          

Applying for School to Work:

           

  • Complete Application form           

  • Application located on New Student Column of this page

  • Fill out the Interview Questions page located on Assignments column of this page

  • Please turn in by May 1st.

  • Read the Grading Scale located on Assignments column of this page

  • Please have the Signature Page turned into Mr. Allen's office, located in the Counseling Office, by May 1st.

  • Read the Termination Page located on Assignments column of this page

  • Please have the Signature Page turned into Mr. Allen's office, located in the Counseling Office, by May 1st.
        

Student Benefits


  • Acquire technical skills and knowledge

  • Earn while learning

  • Strengthen self-confidence

  • Meet new friends and future business contracts

  • Work in teams

  • Learn collaboration

  • Earn graduation credit

  • Acquire meaningful work experience

  • Add valuable work experience to your resume

  • Invest in your future
      

Employer Benefits


  • Interview career oriented students

  • Concurrent related instruction provided by Utica Community Schools

  • School support during the training experience

  • Potential full-time "trained" employees

  • Positive community image