Off Campus Programs
OFF CAMPUS PROGRAMS include:Work Experience, RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program), GREEN Certificate, Health Internship, Army Reserves
Pre-requisite for ALL Off Campus programs is: Workplace Safety Module (HCS 3000) All LCHS students are expected to successfully complete this module in grade 10.
Link for: Student Handbook (Student & Parent signatures required)
Link for: Timesheet Evaluation (Student & Employer signatures required)
Resume/Cover Letter Samples
Link for: COVER LETTER RAP SAMPLE
Link for: COVER LETTER SAMPLE
Link for: INTERVIEWING TIPS
Link for: Common Interview Question and Answers
GREEN CERTIFICATE INFORMATION:
WORK EXPERIENCE: Earn 3 - 30 credits (10, 20, and/or 30 level) Students can earn credits through their job placement (volunteer or summer...including July & August) This is a great career exploration opportunity! Up to 15 Work Experience credits can be counted towards those required for a High School Diploma. Work Experience marks can also be included in a student’s average for some scholarships. Before you can earn Work Experience credits you must complete HCS3000. LCHS offers this course in our Foundations 10 Program and can be accessed using this link: HCS3000
RAP (Registered Apprenticeship ): Program Earn up to 40 (10/20 and 30 level) credits "Earn While You Learn" -- Students begin work as an Apprentice (paid job) in one of over 50 registered trades. Students receive their Apprentice Record Book (Apprenticeship Blue Book) and begin to accumulate on-the-job training & work experience hours required to become a Journeyperson.
GREEN CERTIFICATE: Earn 16 (30 level) credits Students earn a Production Technician Certificate through apprenticeship style training on a farm/ranch offering one of 9 career-specific specializations (Dairy, Equine, Cow/Calf, Feedlot, Field Crops, Swine, Sheep, Beekeeping, Irrigated Crops). Students are required to submit a $500 deposit to enroll in this program (refunded upon successful completion).
HEALTH INTERNSHIP Earn up to 10 credits A paid summer program for grade 11 students interested in a health career. Applications are submitted and only suitable candidates are contacted for an interview.
ARMY RESERVES: Earn up to 15 credits Students must be at least 16 years old and have earned a minimum of 33 High School credits. This program provides an opportunity to explore a career in the Military. Students must do boot camp training (July/August) and stay involved in Reserves the following school year.
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