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    NEW Workforce to Learn Development Program

    Learn at Work

    What is the Workforce to Learn Program?

    I am very excited to inform you about a grant that RHS recently received.  The Career Pathways Partnership Grant, established by the NH Charitable Foundation, will open up more options for students to explore work based experiences.  Students will have the chance to participate in a field of interest, learn skills of a trade, and experience a real world learning environment, at no cost to the student. This year we will be collaborating with Palmer and Sicard Inc. " Palmer and Sicard provide expertise in plumbing, pipefitting, HVAC, sheet metal, fabrication of piping and sheet metal systems, mechanical design and service."  

    What are the benefits of the program?

    • Students will gain knowledge of the profession, learn skills, and train for work ready experiences.
    • Students will become OSHA 10 certified.
    • A small stipend, transportation (if needed), and a post secondary scholarship towards trade school or college.
    • Clothing/boots/work supplies will be provided (if needed), at no cost to the student.
    • Individualized learning opportunity.
    • Students can apply experiences towards ELO credit.
    • Resume builder.
    • Potential employment with the business, following graduation.

    Who can participate, how do I get involved?

    • Students entering 11th or 12th grade can apply.
    • Program is limited to 4-5 students the first year. The goal is to increase the number of participants each year as well as business partners.
    • Required site participation, January-June.
    • Students must be in good standing with their academic classes.

    What are Palmer and Sicard Requirements?

    • OSHA 10 website training (no cost to the students)
    • Safety course through Palmer and Sicard.
    • 17+ students will have the opportunity to choose, build plumbing prefab, air duct fixtures or HVAC ride along observations.
    • 18+ students will be able to work in the field, all trades, Plumbing, Pipefitting, HVAC and Sheet Metal.

    If interested, please complete the application and return it to Mrs. Londo by Friday, Oct 23rd. Thank you!

     

    EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

    Welding

    Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs) are real-world learning experiences that promote personal development, student engagement and provide structure and authentic participation in an area of interest. ELOs are available to all students at Raymond High School.

    ELOs can be alternative options towards obtaining academic or elective credit, through semester or full year engagement. ELOs align with state curriculum and core competencies. ELOs are student driven and designed to develop individual interests, experiential skills and career exploration towards postsecondary career decisions.

    What is a “good” ELO?
    ELO’s have four general components:

    1. Research​: meet competencies (points you must know to get credit), information can be in any form that provides evidence that you understood something new and can use it in a way new to you.

    2. Reflection​: keep a journal or blog during the ELO, use the journal to track what you have done and why.

    3. Product: ​putting what you have learned into a form that demonstrates the information you have acquired such as portfolios, presentations, performances, rebuilt engines, job performance reviews from an employer/mentor, etc.

    4. Presentation​: actively communicate what you have accomplished to those involved in your ELO, show off your product this is your time to shine, explain how your learning met the competencies.

     
    Interested in finding out more?
    Contact Mrs. Londo h.londo@sau33.com 
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