Work Experience Program Frequently Asked Questions Programs

The Work Experience Program is an opportunity for students to develop employability skills while completing high school credits. Students work at an approved work site part time or during the summer in this program. They work with employers and receive 1 credit for every 25 hours of work. All forms must be completed, signed and returned to the Off-Campus Education Coordinator before a student is accepted into the program.

Students may work Monday through Sunday.
Transportation is the student’s responsibility.

The introductory course HCS 3000 is a required component of the first work experience course taken by the student.

How do you get involved in work experience?

  1. See the off-campus teacher at your school.
  2. Complete the following documents
    • Work Agreement Plan (signed by yourself, parent/guardian and employer
    • Student Learning Plan
    • Submit time sheets or pay stubs to verify your hours
    • After 125 hours of work ask your employer to complete an evaluation
    • Complete HCS 3000