SAN CARLOS HIGH SCHOOL
Careers in Technical Education
Post Office Box 207 928 475-2378 Office
San Carlos, Arizona 85550 928 475-2697 Fax
You need... skilled, motivated, career-oriented students.
Students want... practical experience outside the classroom to
compliment their education.
We offer... a cost-effective, year-round opportunity to fill your need.
Co-op students alternate periods of full-time work with their academic terms to acquire
practical experience prior to graduation.
Recruiting a Student: We advertise your position, send you resumes, and arrange
interviews with the students you select.
Recruiting begins once you submit the attached Employer Request form. Students start
your application process on an ongoing basis.
Begin your recruitment activities as early as possible by completing the attached
Employer Request form. (Return Employer Request form to Cindy Barnes at San Carlos
We assist you in developing Employer Request form to meet your particular employment
Your Responsibilities as an Employer: At the beginning of the work term, you are expected to
provide an orientation for your students and discuss objectives, time lines and performance
expectations with them. Employers monitor student performance and provide on-going feedback
throughout the work term. You are asked to assist students in choosing a topic for a work term
report which is submitted to Cindy Barnes at San Carlos High School. At the end of the work
term, a written performance evaluation is completed by the employer and discussed with the
student before it is returned to the Co-op teacher.
Salaries: Most students are paid an hourly wage. Some not-for-profit agencies cannot pay a
coop student, but offer valuable, non-paid experience. Co-op student salaries are determined by
each employer within their particular organization's wage structure. Students can be hired in
temporary part time positions, through hourly wages or contract services.
P.O. Box 207 San Carlos, AZ 85550
Phone: (928) 475-2378; Fax: (928) 475-2697