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BioPath Internship Program

Lake Washington Public Schools

High school students learn about career options in the biomedical and bioscience fields by participating in highly-structured internship experiences.

Career Bound College Intern and Job Fair

Mentor Schools

Mentor Public Schools helps develop the school to career pipeline by connecting graduates with local employment opportunities.

Diverse Real World Learning Initiatives

Lakota Local Schools

Students in Lakota Local Schools develop career awareness and readiness with guest speakers, job shadowing, and internships.

Engineer for the Week

Facebook's Engineer for the Week

Facebook’s Engineer for the Week program empowers historically underrepresented learners to develop career awareness and coding and engineering skills by building working technology prototypes that address a social issue of their choice.

Go and See Program

Rowan-Salisbury Schools

Teachers and administrators design and implement professional learning experiences that allow them to visit and learn from schools, businesses, and other organizations around the country.

Hands-on, Play-based STEAM Learning Experiences

LEGO Education

LEGO’s lesson plans and professional development resources help educators develop students’ higher order thinking skills and career readiness.

Medical Youth Residency Program

Huntley Community School District 158

Students at Huntley High School Medical Academy gain hands-on experience in medical fields by completing rotations similar to those experienced by students in medical school.

Online Platform for School-Community Connections


CommunityShare’s online platform matches educators with regional community partners who serve as mentors, internship hosts, guest speakers, and more.

Personalized Learning Experiences Program

Meriden Public Schools

Meriden Public Schools’ Personalized Learning Experiences (PLE) program allows high school students to design credit-earning programs of study based on personal or career interests that aren’t covered as part of the standard curriculum.

Place-Based Experiential Learning Program

Live It Learn It

Live It Learn It turns the city of Washington, DC into a classroom where students from under-resourced communities can experience hands-on learning in the Arts, Humanities, and Science.

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