Students will earn credit by exploring career readiness though research activities and writing assignments as well as though work experience. Students will be part time employed and will develop general work site comptencies and be provided an opportunity to experience the work world. Work study may be taken as a 1, 2, 3, or 4 hour course. For each hour of credit earned the student must work 5-10 hours a week. Stduents must gain employment at an apporved work sight* and must remain employed at that work site for the duraction of the year.
*Approved work sites consist of employment providing: consistent weekly hours, a job setting that offers a work environment with co-workers and/or supervisors/managers, a job that is not seasonal, and working for a parent or direct relative is not permissible.