Daniel Boone Area High School is proud to provide a practical introduction to a work environment through direct contact with professionals in the community. Students are able to participate in workplace experiences which include job shadowing, internships, or a pre-apprentice program.
Job shadowing allows students to explore career paths and begin networking with professionals in a competitive job market. Internships provide students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience, explore career pathways, refine skills, make connections, and enhance life readiness. School or community-sponsored pre-apprenticeship programs can be valuable training approaches and serve as the start of a career pathway, which can lead to apprenticeship opportunities. Apprenticeship programs pave the way for career-building, and lifelong learning through the attainment of stackable credentials. The foundation of the apprenticeship model is the continual building of skills and the ability for workers to obtain higher levels of employment in an occupation or industry.
Students who have, and maintain, satisfactory attendance and academic standing are eligible to participate. Students who wish to participate in these programs should contact their school counselors.
Ms. Wendy Sweet, School Counselor
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Ms. Jessica McColgan, School Counselor
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Ms. Elizabeth Cannon, School Counselor
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Ms. Maria Rapchinski, Career Innovation Coordinator
“Pennsylvania's economic future depends on having a well-educated and skilled workforce that is prepared to meet the current and projected demands of a global, knowledge-based 21st century economy. Learners across the state will be prepared for meaningful engagement in postsecondary education, in workforce training, in career pathways, and as responsible, involved citizens.”
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