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Work-based Learning

CareerConnect offers opportunities for students to take classes aligned to their career interest while also participating in professional work experience throughout the city.

These programs expose students to high-pay industries in the fields of the arts, technology, advanced manufacturing, health care, business and more.

There are 2 ways to participate:

  • in school, through fun,┬árelevant classes called Career & Technical Education (CTE) classes.
  • in the workplace, through a variety of grade-level experiences.

Read this flier to learn more about school-based and work-based CareerConnect opportunities at ALHS.

For general questions about ANY CareerConnect class or program, speak to our director, Scott Burke (scott_burke@dpsk12.org), in Room 135 G or our coordinator, Lisa Chatterjee (lisa_chatterjee@dpsk12.org), in room 135H in the welcome center.

Learn more about work-based learning opportunities in DPS through CareerConnect.