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“Today the School,

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Sites • • • • • • Task Checklist Use this checklist as your personal record to ensure that all tasks are completed in a timely manner. Moving from left to right, if task has been completed, place an “X” under the completed column, if task is in progress, then place an “X” in that column. If a task requires time for completion, then record the date that you worked toward completion of the task. Task/Requirement: Completed In Progress Date Date Date Date RHS Credits Community Service Hours Attendance College Visits SAT ACT 5

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” DOES Office of Apprenticeships 1. Students register on – include high school information, work history, and a completed resume; call 202-724-2337 to verify that the student’s information registered the following day. 2. Randall Shannon is the POC for placing individuals in apprenticeships at the DOES Office of Apprenticeships • Students can email their resume, with a brief cover letter intro in the body of the email detailing their interest in an apprenticeship, along with whether they have a DL or will take public transit to a job site to Mr. Shannon (; if you have students do this, please DCPS Central Office contact Katherine Novinski ( so that I can follow up as necessary by phone or have the student cc the relevant school-based staff member. • Mr. Shannon will conduct a pre-screening (interview) where he covers expectations, such as the fact that they will be drug tested on a regular basis; students should come “Dressed to Impress” for the pre-screening • If students pass the pre-screening, Mr. Shannon identifies the apprenticeship sponsor in the area and sends the student to interview with the company; he said there are both union and non-union electrician apprenticeships (union is the local-26 and applications are due at end of March); non-union companies often have their own test, etc. and he has prep materials. Organization Organization Website Training Programs Offered IT Training Year Up Per Scholas Cosmetology & Barbering Programs Ballou STAY Roosevelt STAY Bennett Career Institute Workforce Development Programs UDC-CC Workforce Development Life-long Learning Center United Planning Organization ID=204297&type=d Barbering teacher: Marsten Davis Cosmetology teacher: Helen-Marie White; IT, Software Development, Business Operations Free IT Training - entry level positions in IT: Help desk support, field technicians, etc Cosmetology, Barbering & Culinary Arts program (free for DC residents) Cosmetology, Barbering, Culinary Arts, (free for DC residents) Cosmetology program (not free; FAFSA can help cover some cost) Certificates in following fields; Hospitality, Construction, IT, and Nursing; students must take the CASAS exam; free CDL, EMT, Hospitality, Culinary, Plumbing, Electrical Tech, Tele- Com, Professional Building Maintenance, and Information Technology (IT); students attend 6

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