An interactive training that will help students discover jobs that may fit them, get work experience, uncover training options, and more. This website also provides tools and resources for teachers to track and monitor a group of students.
Learning about opportunities, education, and skills needed in various occupational pathways to choose a career that matches one’s strengths and interests.
This activity mimics working at the grocery store to help students work on basic consumer money math, stocking, time management and other job skills before apply them in the community. Requires registration and some fees.
A sign-up sheet for students. Five on-line jobs are defined.
The permit will only be given to those at least 18 years old. A minor service permit (18, 19, or 20 yrs old) you may only serve, pour, and draw alcoholic beverages where alcohol service is secondary to food service. Fees are involved.
Students will learn the benefits of working and why getting a job will help you become more independent.
Students rate their levels on key workplace skills. The website then shows the student careers that match his/her ratings.
By answering a few quick questions, students learn about careers that might be best for them.
YouTube videos from GCFLearnFree.org about 60 different careers. The videos are 3 to 30 minutes long.
Learn how to effectively prevent and respond to water emergencies with the American Red Cross lifeguard training
A summer job training experience for youth who live in Central Oregon.