88 First Term Seniors on Co-op – Largest in School History
88 First Term Seniors on Co-Op
Largest in School’s History!!
Cooperative Education is a program that provides supervised workplace employment opportunities and learning experiences for qualified high school students. The Co-op program is an agreement developed among an employer, a student, and the high school staff where students work off-site in their vocational field.
All vocational education students are eligible to participate in Co-op provided they meet basic qualifications required by the school and employer. The process begins when a student is recommended by their vocational education teacher as being ready to work in the trade. These “job-ready” students are matched with an employer who offers work hours in a job related to the student’s career program. Students participate in Co-op during their technical-vocational cycles. Junior students will be eligible in January to begin the application process.