ASCENT is a program that pays tuition for students to take a year of college courses at a community college after their senior year. If a student plans appropriately, they can complete that 5th year of High School with as much as two years of college paid for.
Career and College Connections
BVSD provides a comprehensive and innovative approach to education in order to graduate successful, curious, lifelong learners who confidently confront the great challenges of their time.
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BVSD students can earn free college credit at the same time as high school credit, giving them a head start on their college and career goals.
Middle and High School students at BVSD can take a wide array of career focused classes that empower students with the rigorous academic and technical skills needed to succeed.
Work-Based Learning (WBL) combines what you're learning in the classroom with professional training opportunities. By interweaving WBL with industry certificate and/or post-secondary coursework you're not only career ready...you're career competitive!
The Teacher Recruitment Education and Preparation (TREP ) program
The TREP program creates the opportunity for qualified students in an educator career pathway to concurrently enroll in postsecondary courses for the two years after the 12th grade year.
Generation Teach (GT). GT offers award-winning, Americorps-funded summer teaching fellowships to high-school and undergraduate students. Our goal is to inspire young people to pursue careers in teaching and connect them with pathways to the classroom.
Selected students will:
- Earn a $3,600 scholarship, including cash and an AmeriCorps Education Award
- Make a 6-week commitment which includes pre-summer preparation, a week of in-person training, and five weeks of co-teaching classes of 8-10 middle-school students
- Co-plan and deliver daily lessons in engineering, law, math, or reading
- Meet with a teacher coach each day to practice teach and receive feedback
- Co-lead and support student events and activities including small advisory groups, twice weekly Community Meetings, and more!
Workforce Boulder County: Young Adult Program
If you are between the ages of 16 and 24 and want support finding and developing a career path, the Workforce Young Adult Program might be a perfect fit for you!