Where Access Meets Opportunity in
Innovation, Research & Practice
The Center is part of a learning community where educators, students, alumni, parents/guardians, employers, local communities, and others can easily access current resources, share proven and promising practices, and test new approaches in education, personal and social development, and career readiness.
Together, we will create positive and proven results for students, families, employers, workers, the rte. 9 corridor, and surrounding communities. We look forward in assisting those in need of a career pathway, training and education, and access to employment and career opportunities.
What Can the
Center Do for You?
- Social and emotional development
- Soft and employability skills training
- Academic Support
- College and Career Counseling
- Job Search Strategies: Resume Writing. Interview skills. Dress for Success.
- Access to a state-of-the-art computer lab
- Computer and Skills Training
- Financial Management
- Access to Center and Community Resources
- On-the-Job Training Opportunities
- Professional Development for school counselor, teachers, staff, and administrators
- Professional Guest Speakers will share their expertise in the Center’s Power of WE Collaboration Room
- Evening career and continuous education classes for students, alumni, and parents/guardians
- Access to use the Center for career testing and guidance in SAT, ACT, AP, Test of English as a Foreign Language-TOEFL, state and school assessments, ASVAB and pre-employment assessment test.
- The Center will be offered to the community as a business meeting venue for our business partners and stakeholders
What Is Work-Based Learning (WBL)?
Curriculum & Strategy
WBL is a continuum of awareness, exploration, preparation and training activities, including developing employability and technical skills that support success in school, careers, and postsecondary education. Structured learning and authentic work experiences are implemented through an education and industry partnership. Students have the opportunity to connect what they learn in school with worksite application, enabling a smooth transition into the work force and/or education beyond high school.
Work-Based Learning activities culminate in an assessment and recognition of acquired knowledge and skills and help to assist students with meeting their social and emotional needs.Contact Us