Career Preparation I & II
Get credit while learning on the job and earning money! Students will complete employment portfolios, study the rights and responsibilities of the workplace, money management, entrepreneurship, and business etiquette. Students must work a minimum of 15 hours per week in an approved training station in general employment. Your supervisor at work and your classroom instructor will be working together to assess your progress. Student is responsible for their transportation and must obtain approved employment within the first two weeks of school.