School To Work

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

           
bullet Cooperative Education is a partnership between the business community and Eisenhower High School.
bullet Students work in a positive and meaningful environment, consistent with their career goal.
bullet 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.
bullet Supervision by the employer and the School-to-Work Coordinator ensures students receive a quality educational experience and a meaningful work experience.
bullet STW Students will receive a half of a credit per semester.
bullet Early release time maybe available for STW students, dependant on:
bullet student's schedule
bullet graduation requirements
          

Applying for School to Work:

           
bullet Complete Application form           
bullet Application located on New Student Column of this page
bullet Fill out the Interview Questions page located on Assignments column of this page
bullet Please turn in by May 1st.
bullet Read the Grading Scale located on Assignments column of this page
bullet Please have the Signature Page turned into Mr. Allen's office, located in the Counseling Office, by May 1st.
bullet Read the Termination Page located on Assignments column of this page
bullet Please have the Signature Page turned into Mr. Allen's office, located in the Counseling Office, by May 1st.
        

Student Benefits

bullet Acquire technical skills and knowledge
bullet Earn while learning
bullet Strengthen self-confidence
bullet Meet new friends and future business contracts
bullet Work in teams
bullet Learn collaboration
bullet Earn graduation credit
bullet Acquire meaningful work experience
bullet Add valuable work experience to your resume
bullet Invest in your future
      

Employer Benefits

bullet Interview career oriented students
bullet Concurrent related instruction provided by Utica Community Schools
bullet School support during the training experience
bullet Potential full-time "trained" employees
bullet Positive community image