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Work Sites

Here are our community work-based learning sites where students gain work experience through the year:

  • Boys Club
  • Jamaica Hospital
  • Forest Hills Community House
  • Modell's
  • Maspeth Senior Center
  • CVS
  • Pomonok Senior Center
  • Life Spire North and South
  • QCP
  • Bright Star Day Care
  • Trump
  • Latimer gardens
  • Walgreens
  • Bernard Fineson
  • Snap
  • Young Israel
  • P710Q
  • Queens Center Mall
  • Chicago Pizzeria UNO
  • Salvation Army 
The objectives of work-based learning include mastery of the actual skills needed to do a particular job successfully as well as learning the “soft” universal work readiness skills for successful employment such as following directions, communicating and getting along with fellow employees and being on time for work, which are often a more significant indicators for success.

Community training sites benefit from their participation in District 75’s Community Work-Based Learning Programs in may ways.  Students are always supervised and instructed by school staff.  Stipends are provided for students through a variety of funding sources so that there is no cost to any participating business or organization.   As a self insured entity, the New York City Department of Education covers all students under a Hold-Harmless Resolution and Authorization for Agreements to Provide Internships and Vocational Education Work Experiences Programs with Corporations, Public, Private, Profit and Non-Profit Organizations for Special Education High School Students.

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