Business co-op is a unique class in that it gives students that work an opportunity to earn credit for working. In addition to working, they must be a Junior or a Senior, have a job where they work a minimum of five hours a week (or 90 hours a quarter) and be enrolled and pass a Career and Technical Education class. Career and Technical Education classes include Family & Consumer Science classes, Industrial Tech classes, including computer science and engineering classes and Business Classes. Students will receive .5 elective credit for each semester of Business Co-op up to 2.0 credits.Students are required to attend the first day of class. They are also required to meet online each week through Google Classroom and complete weekly assignments. Grades are based on the number of hours worked, attendance (logging in each week), assignments and employer evaluations.
Attention Business Co-op Students:If you are a student in a Business Co-op Class this Fall, you are required to attend the first day of class of the semester. This course is essentially online except for the first day of class. Even if you were in Business Co-op previously, you are required to attend the first day of class. On the first day of class you will receive training and instructions on the requirements for this course. If you ever have a question about an assignment, please see me in Lab 146 when I don't have a class. You can check my schedule here.If you are also taking Business Co-op in the second semester, there will be a new Google Classroom that you will need to log into. Be sure to attend the first day of class second semester to find out what the Join code is. There are several assignments due Friday of the first week of the new semester. If you are taking business Co-op for the first time the second semester, you will need to receive new training and instructions on the requirements for this course. Attendance on the first day of class is mandatory for new students in Business Co-op second semester.
(NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED)
Last Modified on October 25, 2019