NOTICE TO STUDENT MOVERS
If you have completed an employment application to be a summer office and classroom furniture mover, please save it and we will let you know when you can turn it in to your school’s CCRC.
Once a decision has been made on summer employment, we will share this information.
NOTICE TO SUMMER EDUCATION INTERNS
formerly known as Summer Youth Leaders – Summer Tutors
Maine high schools partner with local elementary and middle schools to provide students interested in a career in education a summer internship.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, summer plans are uncertain at this time. When more information is available, open positions will be publicized.
Please contact Laura Cook with questions (subject line: Summer Education Internship)
Many people hear the term “Career Experiences” and immediately think of internships. While internships represent one vital component of Maine 207’s Career Experiences program, it is by no means the only Career Experience option. Career Experiences also take the form of Career Treks, Job Shadowing, and actual employment. Learn about all the D207 options here:
Schedule a virtual appointment with your school’s career coordinator to receive help with:
- career exploration
- college and other training options
- job applications and resumes
- college essays
BUSINESS PARTNERS WANTED
Contact District Career Coordinator Laura Cook | 847.384.6668
Ways you can help include becoming a:
- Internship site host
- Job Shadow Day host
- Guest speaker
- Mock interviewer
- Career panelist
- Classroom project-based learning leader
- Job Fair booth participant
- Offer a hiring event for your organization in our schools for Maine 207 students
To learn more about two of the tools students use for career exploration, please take a minute to view this video:
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Connecting youth to real-world experiences to better determine a personal career path.
Maine 207 has a nationally-recognized career and counseling program aimed to do one thing: Help all students make the best decision about their plans after high school by letting them gain relevant career experience before committing money and time to pursue a degree and career.
The program is based on the national Project Lead the Way research. Here’s the premise: We believe that no matter what a student wants to do after leaving high school, having a chance to gain real experience in the field will help them make a better decision to increase their chances of “getting it right” in choosing a career path.
Currently, we are working to give every student an opportunity to have a job shadow, mentoring, internship or pre-apprenticeship experience before they make a post-secondary decision.
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