Student Career Opportunities
A career journey can be influenced by a variety of experiences gathered throughout time. Students may have volunteer or job experiences that provide additional insights into passion, mission, profession, and vocation. The opportunity to gain experience outside of a traditional classroom will help students to build skills and make clearer choices on their career, college, and life journey.
Employment and Career Development Postings
Career opportunities are posted in TRANSEO (https://gotranseo.com) and available for students to search the many experiences to engage in career exploration through:
Students can log into TRANSEO on their myElmbrook links page. Additional support for navigating TRANSEO can be found HERE. Students can also log service hours in TRANSEO.
Students can work during the school day and earn credit through these Elmbrook Programs:
Students gain quality employability skills and have work release from school. Students will need to work a minimum of paid 20 hours per week and can enroll in the course in multiple terms. Students will reflect upon real-world work connections to the content and experience career-relevant workshops.
Additional optional certificate opportunities within CEO:
The Youth Leadership Certificate Program recognizes a students' mastery and demonstration of leadership skills valued by employers, communities and organizations. The certificate is awarded by the State of Wisconsin. This certificate is available in any career area.
Employability Skills Certificate Program recognizes students' master of employability skills valued by employers in a variety of worksite settings while helping students explore career interests. The certificate is awarded by the State of Wisconsin. This certificate is available in any career area.
The State of WI Co-op Program certificate if the following is completed:
Co-op is currently available in the area of (co-op is not required in CEO):
Youth Apprenticeship allows employers to hire high school juniors and seniors for a one or two-year apprenticeship. During the apprenticeship, the student continues toward high school graduation and takes courses related to the profession as a way of enhancing what is being learned on the job. Students work 450 hours during one school year and can be released from school hours to work. Students are required to be enrolled in related curriculum courses and complete skills checklists.
Career areas include:
- Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
- Architecture & Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
- Health Sciences
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Information Technology
- Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
- Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics
Mentorship allows students to work with an employer/mentor within a specific career path in order to explore the industry, gain some valuable experiences, and continue to build a network for future experiences. These experiences can be paid or unpaid. Students earning 40 hours can earn .5 credits.
More information on the Mentorship Program can be found HERE.