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School to Career Partnership

 

 
Marin County high school students "on the job" with an engineer from the Golden Gate Highway and Transportation District as part of the annual Architecture, Engineering and Construction Job Shadow Program.

​The Marin County School to Career Partnership brings together schools, businesses, and organizations to create exciting educational opportunities for students. The Partnership is a project of the Marin County Office of Education working on behalf of the school districts in our community. The Partnership serves students from diverse academic, social, and economic backgrounds. On-the-job experiences allow students to explore potential careers, think about their future educational goals, and develop skills necessary for success in the workplace. The Partnership collaborates with over 200 businesses and organizations, providing learning experiences for the students of today while they are developing their skilled workforce of tomorrow.

Summer Internship and Career Pathway Academy Program

Students enrolled in the Summer Internship Program are required to concurrently enroll in the College of Marin Career Pathway Academy Classes (Kentfield or Indian Valley Campus) and can earn up to 1.5 units of college credit as they complete a minimum of 54 internship hours by spending 9 hours per week at a worksite with a mentor. College of Marin registration fees apply. Program is recommended for juniors and seniors. Elective academic credit is available.
  • Applications Due: May 5, 2017
  • Orientation: June 1, 2017
  • Program Begins: June 19, 2017
  • Program Ends: July 28, 2017

Work Readiness Certification

Education Careers Academy 2017.pdf 

 
 
 
 
Marin County School to Career Partnership
1111 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael, CA  94903
415.499.5865  |  415.491.6622 (fax)

 

 A project of the Marin County Office of Education