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Career Center Bulletin

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Spring Grove Area High School is happy to provide links to flyers and websites from local employers with job, apprenticeship, and/or internship opportunities for our students. The appearance of these links/flyers does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. 

If you represent a local employer/organization and would like your job, apprenticeship, or internship opportunities included here, please email the website link (preferred) or flyer (in an ADA-friendly PDF format) to Chris Fake in the SGAHS Counseling Office. Flyers and links are posted until the indicated job closing date. Flyers and links with no specific end date will be posted for thirty days.

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Below is a listing of opportunities for jobs, apprenticeships, internships, community service, resume-builders, and more. You can filter the list by category and then click "detail" to learn more about the particular opportunity. The appearance of these links/flyers does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation. 

Questions? Contact Mr. Fake in the SGAHS Counseling Office.

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Job, Apprenticeship, Internship, Community Service, & Resume-Builder Opportunities

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Additional Resources

Department of Labor & Industry - Workforce Development - Apprenticeship and Training

Learn more about apprenticeships and workforce training/development via the PA Department of Labor & Industry.

What are apprenticeships?

Apprenticeships are innovative training programs that allow employers to develop and prepare their future workforce while providing individuals with a learn-while-you-earn approach to career development.  Apprenticeships include:

  • Paid Job:  Apprentices are paid employees who produce high-quality work while they learn skills that enhance their employer's needs.
  • On-the-Job Learning:  Develops skilled workers through structured learning in a work setting.
  • Classroom Learning:  Improves job-related skills through education in a classroom setting (virtual or in-person).
  • Mentorship:  Provides apprentices with the support of a skilled worker to assist and enhance critical hands-on learning.
  • Credentials:  Offers a portable, nationally recognized credential to be issued at the completion of the program.