• Pathway to NAFTrack Certification 

    Work-Based Learning Opportunities 

    • Guest Speakers
    • Career Fairs
    • Mock & Informational Interviews
    • Job Shadows
    • Work-Site Tours
    • Mentoring
    • Virtual or School Based Enterprise
    • Presentations to Business Partners
    • Internships



    Students are assessed by their internship provider.  Internship requirements include: No less than federal minimum wage; 150 hours, including a 30 hour self-reflection project; Direct supervision by an adult who is not the student’s teacher; Work produced is of value to the employer; Written individualized learning plan targeted to work-based learning outcomes. 
    Students, to learn more about how to participate in an internship please click here.
    Employers, to learn more about how can you offer an internship opportunity please click here.