Career-Based Learning (CBL) can open doors for all students! Whether the student knows their career path or if undecided, career-based learning can help students determine a potential career path and fill the pipeline of employees needed by area employers!
Programs include Health Career Connections, Work-Based Learning, Future Teacher Internship, Sports Medicine Internship, and Youth Apprenticeship.
Career-based Learning WORKS!
Whether you know your career path or if you’re undecided, career-based learning can help students determine a potential career path and fill the pipeline of employees needed by area employers!
Career-based learning is for ALL students!
Health Career Connections offers unpaid internships during the school day designed to familiarize students with the various careers in the medical profession. Students are scheduled at various health care facilities to learn more about different areas of the health care field, skills needed to work in health care, career pathways of medical professionals, and more. See the flyer on this page for more information!
Work-Based Learning (WBL) courses emphasize first-hand job training and development of employability skills deemed critical by employers in our community. WBL I and II are each a semester elective option for seniors who are on pace for graduation to earn elective credit through employment. See the flyer on this page for more information!
Future Teacher Internship allows students the opportunity to volunteer with a teacher(s) in various classroom settings during the school day to investigate career options in the Education and Training Career Cluster – Teaching/Training Pathway. Interns will also learn about school of education admission requirements, collaborate with other interns, discover professional organizations and professional learning communities, and become familiar with the WI Educator Standards. See the flyer on this page for more information!
Sports Medicine Internship provides an opportunity to earn school credit volunteering as an Athletic Training Student Aide with a Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT) for 60 hours at games and practices. In the training room, aides will learn skills needed to assist the LAT in caring for injured athletes and as directed by the LAT monitor rehabilitation exercises, prepare medical kits, review / maintain medical records, and more. See the flyer on this page for more information!
Youth Apprenticeship (YA) is an innovative school and work opportunity for juniors and seniors, combining high school classes with paid work experience in high demand careers. Through their experience, students may be eligible to earn a skills certificate recognized throughout Wisconsin. A YA application is required and available on this page. See the Youth Apprenticeship tab of this website for more information.
See the MHS Course Catalog for details on all Career-based Learning options!