Career education should start at the earliest levels. At the secondary level, it should incorporate career exploration, career guidance, and vocational training opportunities. (SB Policy IHAQ)
Students enrolled in work-study may receive both pay and school credit for work experience. The purpose of the work-study program is to provide a student with the opportunity to earn .50 elective credit for every 80 hours that a student has worked.
See the high school counselor for more information.
A written contract approved by the student, his parents or guardians, the work-study coordinator and the employer is required. Students must document all hours worked and submit to the work-study coordinator. (SB Policy IHAIA)