The Early Placement program allows students in the second year of their career technical program to attend school half day and work in a related job half day. Students are graded on their work and paid by their employer. Specific guidelines must be met and transportation to and from the work site is the student’s responsibility.
Each student has an individualized training plan listing the competencies they will learn at the work site and those they will learn at school. Students must work a minimum of 15 hours per week. Employers evaluate each student’s performance by completing an Employer Rating Sheet each week. Students must complete an Early Placement Log sheet each week listing the job tasks they performed at the work site.
Students or employers with questions about the Early Placement program should contact Mr. Brian Kimmel at 440-576-6015 ext 1049.