MIDDLE SCHOOL AFTERSCHOOL

Career Pathway Program for Middle Schoolers

Minuteman's Career Pathway Afterschool Program offers thought-provoking experiential learning for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. 

 

This year's afterschool program will run Tuesdays and Thursdays starting

March 12,  2019. This three week class will offer 6 days of career exploration within a specific pathway. The dates for the program are March 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28.

 

This program is open to in-district residents for $100 and out-of-district residents for $500. Transportation will be provided from each in-district middle school. Out-of-district registrants will have to call to register. Seats are limited.

CLICK THE IMAGES BELOW TO SEE EACH PATHWAY AND TO REGISTER
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Join this pathway to experience Electrical, Carpentry & Construction, Automotive Technology, and Plumbing & Heating.

March 12-28 | Tue/Thu | 4:15-6:15pm | $100

This pathway will allow students to explore Multi-Media Engineering, Design & Visual Communications, and Program and Web Development.

March 12-28 | Tue/Thu | 4:15-6:15pm | $100

The Engineer & Production pathway includes Advanced Manufacturing, Robotics, Engineering & Automation, and Welding & Metal Fabrications.

March 12-28 | Tue/Thu | 4:15-6:15pm | $100

Join this pathway to explore Culinary Arts & Hospitality, Cosmetology, Early Education & Teaching, and Health Assisting.

March 12-28 | Tue/Thu | 4:15-6:15pm | $100

Agriculture, Environmental & Life Sciences

The Agriculture, Environmental & Life Sciences pathway will allow students to explore Environmental Science & Technology, Biotechnology, and Horticulture & Plant Sciences.

March 12-28 | Tue/Thu | 4:15-6:15pm | $100

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