• Work Co-op

  • Cindy SchultzWork 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 sophomore, junior or a senior, and have a job where they work a minimum of 23 hours for mid-quarter and 22 hours for 1st quarter and 23 hours for 2nd mid-quarter and 22 hours for 2nd quarter. 
     
    Students must have been enrolled and passed two Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes in a previous semester(s) or have taken and passed a CTE class in a previous semester and are currently in a CTE.   Career and Technical Education (CTE) 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 Workplace Experience up to 2.0 credits.
     
    There are several assignments due by the drop/ad date, which are September 8th for 1st semester and January 31st for 2nd semester.Grades are based on Employment Questionnaire, Evaluation Rubric Quiz, Signed and Completed Training Agreement, 1st Quarterly Evaluation,  2nd Quarter Evaluation (end of semester evaluation) and Documented Hours.

     

     
     
    Attention Work Co-op Students:
     
    If you are a student in a Workplace Experience class this Fall, there are several assignments due by the drop/add date.   This course is essentially online. Even if you were in a Workplace Experience class previously, you are required to complete several required assignments by the drop/ad date, which is September 8th for 1st semester and January 31st for 2nd semester.
     
    If you have any questions, please email me cschultz@mcpsmt.org.
     
    If you enrolled in Work Co-op through your counselor, check your email. You should have received an email inviting you to the Google Classroom. If you did not receive an email, please email me directly right away at cschultz@mcpsmt.org.
     
    Start by reading through the Work Co-op Getting Started in Work Co-op file located in the Materials section so you know what is expected. Be sure to review the Grading Policy so you know how your grade is calculated.
     
    If you are also taking the Work Co-op class in the second semester, there will be a new Google Classroom that you will need to log into. You will receive through your school email another Work Co-op packet to find out what the Join code is for Google Classroom. There are several assignments due by the drop/add date for each semester.
       
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on August 26, 2022