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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien,WA 98166

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Application

To enroll in Cooperative Worksite Learning, please complete the below application form.

Worksite Learning Student Qualifications

To qualify for Cooperative Worksite Learning a student must adhere to requirements as follows:

  • The student must be at least 16 years old before the experience starts.
  • The student has taken or is currently taking a qualifying class related to the worksite experience. To receive CTE funding, the qualifying class must be one that has been approved in the local district for CTE funding.
  • The Worksite Learning experience will be appropriate to his/her educational goals and connected to the student’s
  • high school and beyond plan. This can be done with the help of career specialists, guidance counselors, CTE teachers, and by referring to career research evidence recorded in the student’s educational portfolio.
  • The Learning Agreement has been signed by the employer, student, parent (if not 18), and the Worksite Learning Coordinator.
  • A program orientation has been conducted with the employer.
  • The employer has agreed the student will participate with the supervisor in a new - Employee Orientation.
  • In cooperation with the employer, a learning plan is in place.

To qualify for Instructional Worksite Learning a student must adhere to requirements as follows:

  • The student must be at least 16 years old before the experience starts (unless directly supervised by a school district employee).
  • The Worksite Learning experience will be appropriate to his/her educational goals and connected to the student’s high school and beyond plan. This can be done with the help of career specialists, guidance counselors, CTE teachers, and by referring to career research evidence recorded in the student’s educational portfolio.
  • The student must be enrolled in a related class where the worksite experience is embedded in the class and addresses the specific approved course content.
  • The same documentation required for Cooperative Worksite Learning should be in place for Instructional Worksite Learning.
    • The Learning Agreement has been signed by the worksite supervisor student, parent (if not 18), and the Worksite Learning Coordinator.
    • A program orientation has been conducted with the worksite supervisor.
    • The worksite supervisor has agreed the student will participate with the supervisor in a new-Employee Orientation.
    • In cooperation with the worksite supervisor, a learning plan is in place