Learning to Work (LTW) is an in-depth student support, job-readiness, and career exploration component of some Transfer Schools.
Learning To Work helps students:
• Develop the skills to graduate high school and find employment
• Expand their knowledge of career and college options
• Plan for meaningful experiences after high school
• Secure paid internships
Students who enroll in a Transfer School with a LTW component can participate in LTW program activities, including:
• Academic tutoring
• Regents preparation assistance Counseling
• Individual counseling
• Group workshops
• Support for conflict resolution
• Help achieving personal goals College Preparation
• College workshops
• College fairs
• Visits to colleges and universities
• Assistance with applications and financial aid forms Job and Career Development
• In-depth job-readiness and career exploration workshops
• Resumé development and writing
• Paid internships
• Assistance finding a job
An internship is a supervised placement of a student in a business, industry, a social or governmental agency, or other work setting for a semester or summer. It is an opportunity to learn about an industry while gaining invaluable experience.
What are the requirements for an internship?
- A completed internship application
- A resume
- Two letters of recommendation
- A copy of your transcript
- A copy of your student program
- Interview with the LTW Coordinator
Please see the Learning to Work Coordinator in room B12C for further information.