Advisors/Counselors/Teachers

What Kind Of Opportunity?
  • This type of opportunity is a temporary position created by a business that benefits the host business and provides valuable work experience to a young person.
Role of the Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Acts as the liaison between the schools and area employers cultivating the relationships that leads to successful opportunities.
Overview:
  • Hours per week: 4-16 hours (variable)
  • Total Hours: 65+ hours (minimum for high school students to receive school credit; College students can also receive unit credits based on type of work experience)
  • Period: 10-12 weeks (variable and can continue is all parties agree)
  • Paid/Unpaid Opportunity: Employer discretion if the opportunity is paid or unpaid.
  • Student Age Range: 16-24 years
Steps in Placing Youth:
    Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Works with local employers to create hosting opportunities.
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Meets with Career Advisor(s) to review work experience process and required documentation.
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Provides list of current Opportunites to Career Advisors
  • Student:
  • Students completes Student Profile Form, Resume and Data Release Form and submits to Career Counselor for review.
  • Career Advisor:
  • Sends reviewed forms to the Youth Talent Advisor
  • Youth Employment Advisor/Career Advisor:
  • Discuss current Opportunity postings and students in candidate pool for pre-screening matching
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Presents candidates (Student Profile and Resume) to employer for consideration to interview
  • Presents opportunity for selected candidates to interview to Career Advisor
  • Presents selection decision from employer to Career Advisor
  • Career Advisor:
  • Initiates the execution to completion of the Parent-Student Agreement. (High School Only)
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Initiates the execution to completion of the School District-Business Agreement. (High School Only)
  • Coordinates the start of first day of work experience.
  • Checks in with employer on the status of work experience. Provides feedback and evaluations received from employer and student
  • All:
  • Evaluates whether to continue the opportunity or start with new
  • All:
  • Learn and make the process better!
Partnering Schools
Marshfield HS
Reedsport Community Charter School
Glide HS
Phoenix Charter School
Sutherlin Valley Online Academy (SOVOA)
South Umpqua HS
Riddle HS
Sutherlin HS
Bridges Alternative Pathways
Brookings-Harbor High School
Myrtle Point HS
Yoncalla HS
Douglas HS
Powers High School
Glendale HS
Alternative Youth Activities
Dillard Alternative High School
Roseburg HS
Oakland HS
Pacific HS
Coquille HS
Resource Link CS
Destinations Academy
Camas Valley CS
Elkton CS
Bridges @ Brookings-Harbor School District 17C
Bandon High School
Days Creek CS
Wolf Creek Job Corps
Online
Gold Beach HS
North Bend High School
North Douglas HS
Winter Lakes HS


Advisors/Counselors/Teachers
What Kind Of Opportunity?
  • This type of opportunity is a temporary position created by a business that benefits the host business and provides valuable work experience to a young person.
Role of the Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Acts as the liaison between the schools and area employers cultivating the relationships that leads to successful opportunities.
Overview:
  • Hours per week: 4-16 hours (variable)
  • Total Hours: 65+ hours (minimum for high school students to receive school credit; College students can also receive unit credits based on type of work experience)
  • Period: 10-12 weeks (variable and can continue is all parties agree)
  • Paid/Unpaid Opportunity: Employer discretion if the opportunity is paid or unpaid.
  • Student Age Range: 16-24 years
Steps in Placing Youth:
    Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Works with local employers to create hosting opportunities.
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Meets with Career Advisor(s) to review work experience process and required documentation.
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Provides list of current Opportunites to Career Advisors
  • Student:
  • Students completes Student Profile Form, Resume and Data Release Form and submits to Career Counselor for review.
  • Career Advisor:
  • Sends reviewed forms to the Youth Talent Advisor
  • Youth Employment Advisor/Career Advisor:
  • Discuss current Opportunity postings and students in candidate pool for pre-screening matching
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Presents candidates (Student Profile and Resume) to employer for consideration to interview
  • Presents opportunity for selected candidates to interview to Career Advisor
  • Presents selection decision from employer to Career Advisor
  • Career Advisor:
  • Initiates the execution to completion of the Parent-Student Agreement. (High School Only)
  • Youth Employment Advisor:
  • Initiates the execution to completion of the School District-Business Agreement. (High School Only)
  • Coordinates the start of first day of work experience.
  • Checks in with employer on the status of work experience. Provides feedback and evaluations received from employer and student
  • All:
  • Evaluates whether to continue the opportunity or start with new
  • All:
  • Learn and make the process better!
Central Oregon Schools
Alternative Youth Activities
Bandon High School
Bridges @ Brookings-Harbor School District 17C
Bridges Alternative Pathways
Brookings-Harbor High School
Camas Valley CS
Coquille HS
Days Creek CS
Destinations Academy
Dillard Alternative High School
Douglas HS
Elkton CS
Glendale HS
Glide HS
Gold Beach HS
Marshfield HS
Myrtle Point HS
North Bend High School
North Douglas HS
Oakland HS
Online
Pacific HS
Phoenix Charter School
Powers High School
Reedsport Community Charter School
Resource Link CS
Riddle HS
Roseburg HS
South Umpqua HS
Sutherlin HS
Sutherlin Valley Online Academy (SOVOA)
Winter Lakes HS
Wolf Creek Job Corps
Yoncalla HS