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Job for Teens HQ

Jobs for Teens

 

Visit this site, it is for you!

Here you will find more than job openings. It has career information and guidance geared especially for teens. Don't miss it.

College & Career Ready

SLZUSD Graduate Profile


 

San Lorenzo one of 20 Linked Learning Pilot Project Participants

College & Career Ready Links

Work-Based Learning Strategy- The Career Practicum
Linked Learning Alliance
June 2011

The precursor to the work-based learning definitions document above, the purpose of this document is to define and support the implementation of the ‘Career Practicum’ as a set of work-based learning experiences that play an important role on the continuum of work-based learning.

Work-Based Learning Continuum


 

Billich, Barbara
Work-Based Learning Specialist
Pineda, Olga
Coordinator, SLC/College & Career

SLZUSD Graduate Profile - Letter to our Community

Attirubtes of SLZUSD TK-12 students
 

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Resources Available via Member Organizations

The Career Academy Support Network has a collection of resources on career academies, which are a common delivery model for Linked Learning.

ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career has compiled a collection of helpful Linked Learning resources.

NAF Network of Academies A national network of over 500 high school career academies supported by the National Academy Foundation.