A list of strategic Educational partners dedicated to helping the community through conventional education, specialty schools, and additional programs
Please visit our Resource page for a list of additional strategic partners
Evergreen Public Schools is one of the largest school districts in the State of Washington. In addition to its several elementary, Jr High, and High Schools, EPS includes 4 specialty schools: Hollingsworth Academy, Cascadia Tech, Home Choice Academy and Archway Academy.
You can explore all the EPS resources here.
The Vancouver School District is home of the first school in the
Northwest, at Fort Vancouver for the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1832. In addition to several elementary, Jr High, and High Schools, VPS includes Cascadia Technical Academy, Jim Tangeman Center, and Gateway to Adult Transition Education.
You can explore all the EVPS resources here.
and research companies work with CSD to provide on-site internships and other learning opportunities to continue the tradition of a well-educated workforce. In addition to their elementary, Jr High, and High schools, CSD has a K-12 online academy; Camas Connect Academy. You can explore of all CSD resources here.
Today, local high-tech companies
Washington State University - Vancouver is the only four-year research university in Southwest Washington. There are internships opportunities through the SW WA HTC for WSU-V Engineering majors. If Engineering is of interest to you, check out the Mechanical Engineering Program or explore all their programs.
SW WA HTC members partner with Clark College to strategize and implement internship and apprenticeship programs that combine classroom curriculum and on the job training.
If working on machines interests you, check out the Mechatronics Program or explore all Programs & Degrees
"Career connected learning" means a learning
experience that is integrated with work-related content and skills in Career awareness and exploration, career preparation, &career launch. CCL is business, labor, education, and community leaders who are creating work-based and academic programs for young people to explore, learn, and earn money or college level credit. Explore all their Programs.
At Next, they help young adults ages 16-24 get set for success by providing the holistic support and training they need to create the future they want.
Visit NEXT and explore your options for completing your education
The Center of Excellence for Semiconductors & Electronic Manufacturing strives to pair industry leaders with educational institutions to train students for in-demand jobs and create a highly skilled workforce.
Visit their website to learn more about Career Launch
iUrban Teen is a nationally recognized program focused on bringing career-focused education to underrepresented teens ages 13 to 18. Youth receive hands-on exposure to a variety of careers and civic engagement that step them outside of their current boundaries. Visit their site to explore all their Programs.