Community Based Work Experiences are a vital piece in getting students “work ready” and in providing students the required training and time to earn the CDOS Commencement Credential. Community Based Work Experiences benefit students by allowing them authentic environments to; develop work habits and ethic, realize their strengths, gather information to assist in career choices, apply classroom learning to real life situations, develop specific and general skills, build their resume, and begin networking with future employers.
The Corning Painted Post School District would like to recognize this year’s cooperating businesses:
Lisa’s Pet Place
Market Street Apothecary
Southeast Steuben County Library.
Village Mini Mart
And our very own; Administration Building, Calvin U. Smith Elementary School, CPP High School
“We owe a huge thanks to these local businesses and organizations for serving as community classrooms. They have opened their doors, hearts, and minds to our students and in doing so, opened up opportunities for them.”
CPP Transition Coordinator
“The opportunities that local businesses give to our students is something that cannot be replicated in a classroom. The students have the opportunity to engage with customers and co-workers which make each site a unique and different experience. Students leave with hands-on knowledge of specific job tasks as well as transferable skills that can be applied to any job.
Corning Painted Post School District