Students may participate in a variety of Work Experience (General, Exploratory, and Vocational) and receive supplementary support and instruction in the Work Experience classes taught online to earn high school elective credits in addition to the pay they get from their employers.
Working students who are age 18 and older can earn 5 high school elective credits per semester based upon the job they already have.
Students who are age 17 and younger will need to complete a work permit application once they have been notified by the employer that they have been hired, and will be supervised by the Work Experience Teacher.
There are three ways to participate in work experience:
1 〉 General Work Experience
Provides supervised part- or full- time employment to assist students in developing desirable work habits and attitudes in real jobs.
2 〉 Exploratory Work Experience
Provides unpaid opportunities to observe a variety of work conditions to ascertain their interests and aptitudes for specific career, through a growing list of community partnerships throughout Riverside County.
3 〉 CTE / Vocational Work Experience / Internships
Provides an extension of vocational learning at school through part-time employment in career fields such as Automotive, Manufacturing, Medical, IT Support/Cybersecurity, Construction & Logistics. These opportunities (many of them are paid) are available through our community partners such as the California Family Life Centers, YouthBuild Plus, ResCare, Constitutional Rights Foundation, and Launch Apprenticeship Network.
Students earn high school and college credit plus paid on-the-job training.
Obtain valuable auto industry certifications within weeks.
- Engine Performance
- Auto Electronics
- Body Repair
- Brakes and Suspension
Enroll Dates: 7/20-8/21
An apprenticeship is a program that trains a worker to become skilled in a particular trade. Apprenticeships combine PAID hands-on work with classroom learning to train the apprentice.
Students earn high school and college credit, it’s a win-win experience.
- Automotive Technology,
- IT Support/Cybersecurity,
Enroll Dates: 7/20-8/21
Information Technology Support Specialist
Students earn 4 industry-recognized certificates and after passing their final exam, they earn their IT Support Specialist Certification! Those who complete the program are added to the industry’s national registry where IT recruiters look for highly prepared professionals.
Aug 17 – Sep 2
ITF + Certification
Sep 10 – Oct 13
Maintaining & Supporting Computers
Oct 15 – Nov 9
IT Help Desk Operations & Support
IT Help Desk Certification
Nov 10 – Dec 11
Network + Certification
Construction & Logistics
California Family Life Center
Across the Nation, young people are transforming their lives and REBUILDING their COMMUNITIES. They are graduating from High School, supporting their families and becoming community leaders. They are doing it with the help of YouthBuild PLUS. Riverside County YouthBuild PLUS can provide young people specifically between the ages of 16 and 24, with little to no income.
AMAZING opportunities that are Free!!!
Program starting soon. For more information call 951-765-0917.