The School-to-Career system creates opportunities for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade to prepare for life, post-secondary education and careers. On this site you will find information pertaining to career awareness, exploration, and preparation. We hope you’ll take the time to look through our Web Site to learn more about our programs.
Pathway Partners is a school-based mentoring program at Marshfield High School that provides students with one-on-one guidance with career and post-secondary educational opportunities.
Youth Service Learning is a volunteer program where students develop civic responsibility at a young age ensuring a life-long commitment to community involvement and service to others, while enhancing leadership skills.
Job Shadowing is a short-term, school-supervised, workplace learning opportunity, with an emphasis on exploration, not work. Participants become aware of the educational requirements and specific skills needed for a career to better determine if it matches their personal goals.
Youth Apprenticeship is a rigorous one or two year program combining paid work experience and related classroom instruction. Students successfully completing the program receive a Wisconsin Certificate of Occupational Proficiency.
Co-op is a credit course available to senior students enrolled in Career and Technical Education. The goal of the program is to supplement classroom instruction with relevant on-the-job experience.
Community Resources are a critical link to a successful School-to-Career system. Educational and business partners provide support and enhance the breath of programming opportunities for students.
Professional Development opportunities allow teachers, counselors, and administrators to engage with local business and industry representatives to foster partnerships that result in relevant educational programs for students.