JOB OPPORTUNITIES (updated)
Work Based Learning is a career technical program designed to prepare students to enter the workforce. All assignments and requirements reflect this mission. It is designed to provide participating students with connecting activities/coursework that are directly related to the student's instructional pathway and employment aspirations. Work-based Learning is a planned program of study that offers students (16 or older in grades 11 and 12) an opportunity to work at a job site in a business in the community. Through WBL, students have the opportunity to connect what they learn in school with work-site applications to enable a smooth transition into the workforce and/or education beyond high school.
The mission of the Work-Based Learning Program is to assist in providing a highly trained, technologically sophisticated and career oriented young workforce. This is accomplished by developing partnerships between business, industry, students, parents, school systems, coordinators, post-secondary institutions, and registered apprenticeships which will lead the participating student into meaningful careers. For more information about the TCSS WBL programs, view our brochure here.
Students must be at least 16 years old, submit a completed application and initial paperwork packet, have acceptable attendance and behavior records, have credit for 1 CTAE pathway course which relates to their job/future career field, and is on track for graduation. Students must work at an appropriate business or organization work site for a minimum of seven and a half (7.5) hours per week per class block of WBL (i.e., 1 block = 7.5 hrs./wk., 2 blocks = 15 hrs./wk.).
Current students and parents can sign up for direct messaging about WBL - https://www.remind.com/join/tcsswbl
Students who would like to enter the WBL Program can apply online - TCSS WBL Application *new for 2021-22
The online application is now open and will remain open through Friday, March 26 at 5 p.m. Use the following link to apply: Expeditions Application
Students who attended the Student Information Session usually make better, more informed decisions about where they would like to apply. However, you can still apply for jobs if you were unable to attend the Information Session. All TCSS rising juniors and seniors can apply for these positions through the Expeditions work-based learning program.
Resumes are encouraged and can be attached to the application, but they are not required. Be sure to select the positions and employers where you would like your application to be sent.
· Application open through March 26
· Interviews: March 29-April 16
· Student Offers from Employers: April 21-23
· Signing Day: May 6
· Employment Begins between June 1 and August 9
Please contact me if you have any questions. Thank you again for your interest in this program and good luck!
Carrie Brkich Tomlin
Workforce Development Manager
THINC College & Career Academy
One College Circle
LaGrange, Georgia 30240
Students can download a blank scanned copy of the Initial Paperwork Packet - Initial Paperwork Packet
Students can download a blank scanned copy of the Monthly Student Timesheet - Monthly Student Timesheet
Students can download a blank scanned copy of the Monthly Employer Evaluation - Monthly Employer Evaluation
WIFI Access for Students (post-Winter Break) - WIFI Access for students, Post Winter Break
YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP INFORMATION
For more information, please contact:
Christopher Lee - Work-Based Learning Coordinator - Troup County Career Center
LEECA@TROUP.ORG - 706-668-6820 x6113 (Ofc.)