Experiential Learning Opportunities
Code NinjasCode Ninjas is the nation’s fastest growing kids coding franchise. In our center, kids ages 7-14 learn to code in a fun, non-intimidating way – by playing and building video games they love. Kids have a blast and can’t wait to come back. Parents are thrilled as their children gain confidence and new skills including coding, math, logic, and problem-solving, as they progress from white to black belt. Our core promise is, Kids have fun, parents see results. We believe in these words so much that it’s written on the walls in our center.Qualifications:
•Working history with children ages 7 and up (mentoring, coaching, tutoring etc.)
•Experience working with the general public
•Experience in teaching, mentoring or child care
•Works well with others; collaborates
•Knowledgeable about coding and technology; or able to quickly pick up basic concepts
•Must be fun to work with and like working in fast paced environments where requirements can change frequentlyTo apply email: Shelley.Rowe@codeninjas.com or call 314-550-0434Raising Cane'sRaising Cane's is now hiring Hourly Crewmembers!Text RCJOBS to 97211 to applyMissouri Job CenterNeed help finding a job?Call 573-441-6361.Stop by 101 Park De Ville Drive, Suite E,or, visit Missouri Job Center on the web https://jobs.mo.gov/McDonaldsMcDonalds is hiring high school students to join their team!Working for McDonald’s is more than a paycheck for high school students. We’re widely considered “America’s Best First Job” and we provide our employees with the skills needed to excel in their future and support their career goals. We understand that our student employees in both high school and college have very busy schedules, so we work to ensure flexible scheduling that fits around their schooling. Students who are interested in pursuing a job with McDonald’s can visit www.mchire.com or contact their local restaurant directly to learn about open positions!Forum 8 is Now Hiring! Must Love Movies!Apply at the theater or click here to apply online
Earn 1 full credit (1/2 credit each semester) by completing a career related internship or job experience through the Career Path (CP) Internship Course:Career Path Internship 1430ELOGrade Level: 11, 12 Credit: ½ or 1 Type: Elective
Prerequisite: Completed CP Internship Application (click HERE for application form)
This semester or year-long CPS online course will provide students the opportunity to explore career interests and develop job skills through "real world" experience at an internship or employment site. Students are required to complete a minimum of 50 hours per semester at their internship/job site(s)* in addition to completion of course assignments such as: monthly journals, writing a resume and cover letter, and participating in performance evaluations. Students will also be required to maintain a timesheet documenting their internship hours. Students enrolling in this course should be self-motivated and responsible with strong time management skills. Students must provide their own transportation to/from their internship/job site. Students are responsible for choosing and setting up their internship/job site(s); however, if needed, the course instructor can provide assistance in locating appropriate internship placement. Interns must complete and submit the CP Internship Application to Mrs. Reed (firstname.lastname@example.org) BEFORE the start of the class. Students may choose to intern/work at more than one site during the semester or year.
*Students may complete their 50 hours during the summer prior to the school year in which they are enrolled in the CP Internship course. The CP Internship Application must be completed and submitted prior to the start of the summer for any summer hours to be accepted. Students must write a resume, maintain a timesheet and have their summer hours verified by the internship site supervisor, be evaluated by their site supervisor, and write a paper over their experience (prompt available on our Schoology site) in order to earn .5 credits for summer work.