Job Placement Services
An important goal of Career-Technical education is effective job placement for students. The Job Placement Service matches students' skills and career interests with employers' needs. Effective job matches will reduce an employer's hiring and turnover costs.
Job Placement may begin in October for high school students who have completed the Summer Internship Program and January for all other qualifying seniors. Eligible students are permitted to work during the lab portion of the school day up to 100 half-days or 50 full-days during their senior year.
Adult students in full-time career development programs are available for job placement during the 2nd semester of their training. Adults can take advantage of day or evening employment opportunities.
Prior to employment, all students and their employers will complete a formal Training Agreement. The Training Agreement outlines personal information and lists job duties and responsibilities.
For more information contact the Career Services Office at 440/774-1051, ext. 22237.
Career Services Specialist
440/774-1051, ext. 22468
Corporate & Community Partnerships Coordinator