Learning at Work
Earn School Credit at Work
Students who have a job or internship can qualify for CTECareer and Technical Education programs provide academic and technical skills for students. More Credit providing:
- Student is 16 or older
- Student will work 180 hours by end of school year
Contact your Career Connected Learning Coordinator in your school! Having trouble getting in touch or don’t see anyone listed by your school? Email CareerConnected@seattleschools.org.
Career Connected Learning Coordinators (CCLCs)
Career Connected Learning Coordinators work with students in the classroom, to explore of all aspects of post secondary career readiness including career portfolios, professional soft skills, personal pathway reflection and internship and work based learning supervision and support. In addition, CCLC’s present school wide opportunities for career exploration including job shadow and career related field trips and school wide career fairs.