The Bow School to Career Partnership is a district-wide initiative designed to ensure that Bow students have the skills necessary to make a successful transition from school to career. Comprised of educators and administrators, the business community, students and parents, the Partnership oversees school to career activities at Bow Elementary School, Bow Memorial School, and Bow High School.
School to Career is about linking the classroom with the community. Students complement their classroom experience with work-based learning experiences such as informational interviews, job shadowing, internships, and apprenticeships. These opportunities enable students to explore career options while applying their academic experience in the workplace.
Students have a 20 hours minimum Career Exploration and 20 hours Community Service non-credit graduation requirement. These requirements are each pro-rated at 5 hours per year for those students not attending Bow High School for 4 years. These hours need to be pre-approved and documented using the Career Exploration Documentation Form and the Community Service Documentation Form.
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For additional information, please contact Mrs. Mary Ann Gaschnig, Bow School to Career Coordinator, at (603) 224-3095 x336 or email@example.com.