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ON TARGET: PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB. Jennifer Lanz COE COORDINATOR GRANBY HIGH SCHOOL NORFOLK PUBLIC SCHOOLS [email protected] http://ww2.nps.k12.va.us/education/staff/staff.php?sectiondetailid=14940&. Agenda. EMPLOYMENT FORMS – PREPARING FOR EMPLOYMENT.

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On target placing students on the job

ON TARGET: PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB

Jennifer Lanz

COE COORDINATOR

GRANBY HIGH SCHOOL

NORFOLK PUBLIC SCHOOLS

[email protected]

http://ww2.nps.k12.va.us/education/staff/staff.php?sectiondetailid=14940&


Agenda

Agenda

EMPLOYMENT FORMS– PREPARING FOR EMPLOYMENT

ICE BREAKER – FEAR IN THE BUCKET

WINNING FORMULA– STUDENT ASSESSMENT + TRAINING STATION EVALUATIONS = PLEASANT & REWARDING WORK EXPERIENCE

STUDENT PLACEMENT– QUALITY LEARNING EXPERIENCES

PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW & FOLLOW UP – MINIMIZE ANXIETY AND CLEAR EXPECTATIONS

CLOSURE – GIVING FEEDBACK & CREATING AN ACTION PLAN

PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB


Fear in the bucket

FEAR IN THE BUCKET

WHAT IS A FEAR OR QUESTION THAT

YOU HAVE ABOUT BECOMING A COE

COORDINATOR / HAVING NEW

RESPONSIBILITIES OR WORKING

WITH STUDENTS TO CREATE

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES?


Presentation goals

PRESENTATION GOALS

DISTINGUISH STUDENTS BY THEIR SKILLS AND CHARACTERISTICS TO SELECT FOR TRAINING STATIONS

EXPLAIN THE PROCESS FOR PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB

APPLY INFORMATION AND RESOURCES TO MAKE DECISIONS ABOUT STUDENT SELECTION AND PLACEMENT

DESIGN LEARNING ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS TO DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL QUALITY EMPLOYMENT FORMS

EVALUATE STUDENTS BASED ON RECOMMENDATIONS, ASSESSMENT AND PERFORMANCE

EVALUATE SELF BASED ON STUDENT GROWTH, TRAINING STATION SUCCESS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB


The winning formula to create pleasant rewarding work experiences

THE WINNING FORMULA TO CREATE PLEASANT & REWARDING WORK EXPERIENCES

TRAINING STATION EVALUATIONS:

EMPLOYER IS WILLING TO TEACH AND TRAIN

LOCATION

HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS

WORK EXPERIENCE IS VALUABLE

SAFE

COMPLY WITH LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS

STUDENT ASSESSMENT:

PREVIOUS STUDENTS

REFERRED BY OTHER TEACHERS OR COUNSELORS

SCHOOL RECORD

EMPLOYABLE

PARENT CONSENT

TRANSPORTATION

SKILLS

TIME


Employment forms

EMPLOYMENT FORMS


Job application

JOB APPLICATION

PRACTICE FORM

CLEAR UP MISS CONCEPTIONS

LIST OF REFERENCES AVAILABLE

SUBMITTING ELECTRONICALLY


Resume

RESUME

CLEAR OBJECTIVES & ERROR FREE

PERSONAL INFORMATION & SKILLS

GUIDE FOR THE INTERVIEW


Introduction card

INTRODUCTION CARD

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/career_technical/cooperative_education/index.shtml (Page 84)


Form w 4 and i 9

FORM W-4 AND I-9

REVIEW FORMS WITH STUDENT AND PARENTS

PROOF OF IDENTITY AND EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY


Student placement

STUDENT PLACEMENT

FLEXIBLE

patient

DEVELOP RESUME AND PREPARE FOR INTERVIEW, TRY TO MATCH STUDENT INTEREST AND SKILLS WITH TRAINING STATION, CONFIRM APPOINTMENTS WITH EMPLOYER AND STUDENTS

SEND STUDENTS ON INTERVIEW, KEEP RECORDS (CALENDAR AND FOLLOW UP FORMS), COMMUNICATE WITH EMPLOYER FOR NEXT STEP

3. HAVE STUDENTS FOLLOW UP WITH PHONE CALL OR HAND WRITTEN NOTE, FEEDBACK SESSION WITH STUDENT, RE-ASSESSMENT


Preparing for an interview

PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW

Questions to Practice:

  • What are your plans for the future?

  • Why did you chose this career field?

  • What subjects do you excel in?

  • What school activities do you participate in?

  • What do you know about this company / job?

  • How is your attendance record?

  • Do you prefer working in a team or alone?

  • What do you plan to do after graduation?

  • How have you handled a problem you had at work / home/ school?


Interview do s and don ts

Interview Do’s and Don'ts

  • Do:

  • Company Research

  • Practice

  • Be on time

  • Dress Professional,

  • Have Good Personal Hygiene

  • Share your personal goals

  • Know the goals of COE

  • Be Honest & Positive

  • Be inquisitive

  • Smile

  • Don’t:

  • Be late

  • Chew gum or candy

  • Take over the interview

  • Be too chatty

  • Wear inappropriate clothing

  • Let negative emotions enter the interview

  • Miss out on asking a question or 2

  • Criticize others

  • Stereotype people or jobs

  • Forget to follow-up

A thank you note is good practice and will leave a favorable impression.


Feedback

Timing & Word Choice

I understand… or I noticed

Feedback:

  • Start with Positive:

  • What they have done well & how it has impacted them so far

How did the student perform at the interview?

How can they perform better?

Why wasn’t the

student accepted for employment?

What can I do to better prepare the student?

  • Collaborate to come up with ideas so that the student has ownership, Talk about what those results might look like

  • Describe objectively (without how you felt)

    • Explain why it is an issue and how it can impact them

    • Be specific and clear about what requires change


Things i know for sure

Things I know for sure:

  • Ask about your district’s policy about transporting students, and procedure for fieldtrip form

  • Plan an open house (2 dates) invite students & parents to orientation / resume workshop

  • Have students that are NOT working keep a calendar of their effort to find employment and work with you

  • Confirm interviews with parents (transportation and dress)

  • Share expectations with student’s counselor and teachers

  • You can never practice interviews too much

  • Talk to students & parents about student’s commitment to school activities

  • Find opportunities in the school for the COE student to assist / volunteer to develop skills

  • Talk to the students about their feedback

  • Make sure students are well informed about CTE and COE

  • Have students complete tasks / learning activities until they are employed

  • Recruit and advertise as much as possible

  • Build a database of contacts and previous employers

COE is the most rewarding job in CTE

You will do great!

Don’t be afraid to ask for help

Trust your instincts

Communicate regularly with your students


Resources

RESOURCES

  • http://jobsearch.about.com/od/jobapplicationforms/a/employmentapplication.htm

  • http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw4.pdf

  • CITY / COUNTY WEBSITE

  • Better Business Bureau

  • Teacher spouses

  • Civic Leagues, Business Associations

  • FBLA, DECA Partners

  • Parents

  • Students’ doctors and relatives

  • Job fairs

  • School office managers

  • http://www.vacareerview.org/

  • https://www.vawizard.org/vccs/Main.action

  • http://www.ctetrailblazers.org/live_data/live_site_page.php

  • http://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/career_technical/cte_resources/index.shtml (SEE “FOR STUDENTS”)

  • Use recommendation form


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ON TARGET: PLACING STUDENTS ON THE JOB

Jennifer Lanz

[email protected]


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