Careerwise Colorado Modern Youth Apprenticeship - Hiring Hub OPEN!
Careerwise Colorado modern youth apprenticeship hiring hub is open, if you are interested in an apprenticeship click on the link below to start the application process. If you have other questions please email email@example.com.
CCSD CTE Executive Internship
The Executive Internship program provides high academic and high achieving high school seniors the opportunity to gain exposure to a career field they may want to pursue after graduation. The interns complete 100 hours at their internship site, complete weekly summaries and hourly reports, obtain sponsor approval of time sheets every four weeks, and complete the final project as assigned by the Program Coordinator. Cherry Creek school insurance covers interns while on site at their internship location. Interns receive one credit for the semester and a letter grade for completing the 100 hours of internship work in addition to all other internship requirements.
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If you are interested in the internship program you need to do the following by April 1, 2020.
CCSD Future Educator Apprenticeship
If you are interested in a career in education and want to get started while in high school, Click Here.
Careerwise Colorado Modern Youth Apprenticeship
Work-based learning is becoming more and more critical to preparing our students for the 21st-century workforce. Essential soft-skills such as collaboration, problem solving and negotiation will be key in the coming economy, in fact, 57% of senior leaders believe soft skills are more important than hard skills.
That’s why the Cherry Creek School has partnered with CareerWise Colorado to offer modern youth apprenticeship to our students. Apprenticeship provides additional avenues to college and career success while proving applied-learning environments with world-class businesses with positions in career pathways such as financial services, business operations and information technology.
Watch this short film about why youth apprenticeship is an important innovation to our education system.
In partnering with CareerWise, Cherry Creek School District gains access to the nonprofit’s employer network, training plans and technology backbone. Most importantly, CareerWise has developed a system that delivers tangible benefit to the students. Apprentices earn:
- Meaningful work experience (unlike a short internship, apprentices are being prepared to step into full-time roles)
- A professional certification (signaling to employers they’re ready to work)
- Approximately a semester’s worth of debt-free college credit (employers commit to up to $4,000 in career-related coursework in the final year)
- A professional network (apprentices work with a direct supervisor and their teams, are assigned a coach/mentor at the company and many have regular direct interaction with CEOs and other executives)
- A good paycheck (apprentices can earn about $40,000 over the course of the program)
Below is a video of CareerWise’s program and the benefits it affords students.
To be eligible for apprenticeship, students need only be on-track to graduate. If your student is interested in exploring the possibilities apprenticeship can provide, he/she should speak with From that initial meeting we can help with the application process, including resume and interview preparation and exploring the open apprentice positions in our area.
For an idea of the types of apprenticeships that will be available, visit CareerWise’s occupations page. When the CareerWise Hiring Hub goes live on January 27, 2020.
High School Internships at Children's Hospital
The Medical Career Collaborative (MC²) program propels high school students toward careers in healthcare through hands-on experiences and professional development opportunities. MC2 focuses on recruiting students from groups that are under-represented in the healthcare workforce. This group of high-achieving young people typically consists of students of color and students from low-income backgrounds; the students come from schools all around the Denver Metro area.
MC² is a two-year program for high school juniors and seniors with programming activities taking place at Children’s Hospital Colorado and Denver Health.
Engineering Explorer Post 1915
The program is tailored toward high school students (ages 14 to 20) interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. For more information Click Here
CU School of Medicine and Dental Medicine Student Opportunities
The BA/BS-DDS degree program at the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) | Anschutz Medical Campus aims to promote diversity and to better serve the health care needs of the state of Colorado by assembling 5 outstanding students per year from broadly diverse backgrounds who are committed to serving the health care needs of Colorado.
Allosource: Doing More With Life - Career Opportunities
AlloSource is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the science and use of transplantable allogeneic cells and tissue through pioneering research in regenerative therapies. The organization offers life-saving and life-enhancing solutions in orthopedic, spine, burn and wound procedures to help restore patient health and mobility
Patient Care Technician Apprenticeship
HealthONE® is partnering with Community College of Aurora (CCA) and Greater Metro Denver Healthcare Partnership to offer a Patient Care Tech Apprenticeship. This is a 21-week program and a yearlong commitment where you will become a Patient Care Technician (CNA). For more information please click the link below.