Through CAMBA's Learning to Work program, students explore careers, attend job fairs, and obtain paid internships. To learn more, speak to your CAMBA advocate.
Career Development and Occupational Services (CDOS) is a program that allows students an alternate pathway to graduation. Students must meet specific requirements to obtain CDOS credit, including creating a career plan and completing 216 hours of CTE (Career and Technical Education) coursework and/ or work-based learning. Currently, CAMBA offers an internship program through which students may earn CDOS hours. Students may also earn hours throughout the year by participating in various school events and trips. In the past, students have visited DJ Scratch, The Alvin Ailey school, and Washington, D.C. through the CDOS program. To read more about the CDOS requirements, follow the link.
The School of Cooperative Technical Education is a half-day vocational program that offers students hands on training in a variety of in demand and cutting edge trade areas. If you are interested in learning more about how to apply, follow the link.
CAMBA offers resume workshops throughout the year. Speak to your CAMBA advocate and find out when the next resume workshop will take place.