The Career Planning Team is committed to creating a culture which empowers all students to achieve their full potential, and that promotes self-awareness, informed decision-making and personal growth in career planning and skill development.
This is an unpaid work experience that provides opportunities for students to discover career interests and aptitudes. Student trainees learn about themselves, their capabilities and the world of work. They can receive school credits and/or the necessary hours towards the CDOS credential. Work experiences are provided in a variety of community and educational settings. Students in WBL also participate in the Career Skills Center a minimum of one time per week, which focuses on universal work-readiness skills. The Career Exploration Center is a short-term support which provides a five-day-per-week placement to prepare students for entry into the WBL program, or for re-entry when skills need to be reviewed and practiced.