You are Invited!

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April 25th will be an evening where our students will be recognized for their TCALC accomplishments. Additionally, we would like to recognize our stakeholders for their time, energy, and investment in our TCALC students and pathways.


We hope you, or a representative from your business, will be able to attend this event. All Stakeholders will be recognized and presented with a Certificate of Appreciation. Following the event, students, families and stakeholders can enjoy refreshments and may visit the classrooms or visit other spaces in TCALC.


We hope to see you there!


Sincerely,

Dr. Murrell and the TCALC Team

The TCALC Stakeholder Elevator


Level 1

  • Serve on a CTE Pathway Advisory Board

  • Serve as CTE partner, as a consultant

  • Holds business meeting or conference at TCALC and invites/engages with TCALC students/staff

  • Is involved in student achievement by attending (student) conferences and other school-sponsored events


Level 2

  • Guest speaker for a class/pathway

  • Allows digital pictures and/or digital video of their worksite and staff

  • Support student achievement through classroom visits

  • Engages with students through “Reverse Shadowing” (the expert shadows the student in class, assisting and conversing in academic and career oriented content)


Level 3

  • Guest speaker for the entire school population

  • Hosts a site visit for students, at the stakeholder’s workplace or work site

  • Support student achievement through regular involvement in TCALC or other extracurricular (pathway) related activities


Level 4

  • Engages with a class/pathway, posing a challenge or project, does progress checks and/or follow-up at the completion of the challenge/project

  • Donations of materials/equipment or financial support, valued at $1-100


Level 5

  • Participates in one TCALC event (per school year), i.e. mock interview days, one day conferences

  • Student(s) partakes in a 1-3 day Professional Learning Experience (PLE) Shadow/Observation, at the partner’s site

  • Donations of materials/equipment or financial support, valued at $100-250


Level 6

  • Participates in two or more CTE events (per school year)

  • Student(s) partakes in a 4-10 day Professional Learning Experience (PLE) Observation, at the stakeholders’s site

  • Donations of materials/equipment or financial support, valued at $250-500


Level 7

  • Student(s) partakes in a 10-30 day Professional Learning Experience (PLE) Internship, at the stakeholder’s site

  • Donations of materials/equipment or financial support, valued at $500-1000


Level 8

  • Student(s) partakes in a one to three month Professional Learning Experience (PLE) Internship, at the stakeholder’s site

  • Donations of materials/equipment or financial support, valued at $1000 or more

  • Stakeholder partners with pathway to hold an “intent to hire” contract/opportunity, for completers of the pathway (stipulations can apply)

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