The Work Experience Program at Eagan High School provides secondary students identified as at-risk of meeting graduation requirements or with an IEP (Individual Education Plan) essential life-learning strategies. The Training Plan curriculum includes a strong career component that incorporates critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills through participation in Work Force Foundations, or Work Seminar classes, field experiences and Work-Based Learning placements. The goal of the program is to increase student employment maturity skills and behaviors, to develop career awareness and a life work plan.
Grade 9 & 10:
W.E.C.E.P. - Work Experience Career Exploration Program- Teacher, NJohnson, D Comor, Gustafson
Grade 11 & 12
Work Experience Seminar- Teachers, NJohnson & D Comer
Work Experience/Transition Seminar (students have an IEP, a team decision)- Teachers, Gustafson & Tabbert
Grade 11 & 12
Work-Based Learning- Teachers, NJohnson
Work-Based Learning/Transition (students have an IEP, a team decision)- Teachers, Gustafson & Tabbert
Work Force Foundations I, II, & III (students have an IEP, a team decision)- Teachers, Gustafson & Tabbert
Work Force Foundations IV (students have an IEP, a team decision)- Teachers, Gustafson & Tabbert
We believe that all individuals, regardless of the level of disability, can work in the right setting, with the right supports. Eagan High School Work Experience Coordinators, Gustafson and Tabbert
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