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About the program

Students in the Job Training program develop employability, problem-solving, and life skills. They deliver supplies and materials while maintaining inventory records. Students operate a school store and network with industry professionals. In Job Training, students participate in work programs that enable them to develop work attitudes, values, soft, and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the world of work. The primary objective for the Job Training program is to match a student’s abilities and interests with the needs of an employer. The program provides the necessary supports so the student can be successful in the workforce.

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Student working at Lake Vista

Student moving materials at an offsite job

I like all of the opportunities that the Job Training program provides. We learn a lot of different things. This program is preparing me for when I graduate because we get a lot of hands-on training. The Hot Spot is my favorite part of the program because I like running the cash register.

Edward Dolan  

   Hubbard High school

Explore the program

Watch the Job Training program video to explore the lab and see the many hands-on learning opportunities that the program provides our students

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Discover career opportunities

View our career tree to learn about the wide variety of professional opportunities students are prepared for upon program completion or with further education

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Meet the instructors

Tony Cheff, Jake Kakavros, Matt Lukach and Sara Wood are the Job Training program instructors. View the program syllabus for more information

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Learning experiences

Students receive authentic learning experiences that include job shadowing, visiting local business and industry partners, and support with job placement

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Student organizations

Participate in FCCLA — which aims to provide students ways to learn and achieve through competitions

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Program supervisor

Have questions or need more information about this program? Contact Mrs. Starkey at 330-847-0503 x1020

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