District 88 invites local businesses/organizations to attend Work-Based Learning Experiences Luncheon

Learn how you can partner with District 88 to provide college and career pathways for students!

DuPage High School District 88 invites all local businesses and organizations to attend a Work-Based Learning Experiences Luncheon to learn more about how you can partner with the district and provide college and career pathways for students! See the event details below.

What: At District 88, we are committed to providing multiple and flexible pathways for students to ensure they are college and career ready – and we need your support and partnership to help our students succeed.

We continue to work with colleges, universities and local businesses/organizations to enhance these options and meet our students’ diverse and individual needs. We know these pathways are critical to help with the labor shortage and to connect students to hands-on, immersive experiences, as well as certifications, credentials and scholarships. One of our top priorities is to remove barriers for all students to help them access employment and build positive futures. The focus is to connect them with viable short-term and long-term career options and work-based learning that can provide a supported pathway through their college pursuits.

During the luncheon, we will share information about how you can support:

  • Work-based learning
  • Job shadowing for bilingual students
  • Individuals with a variety of abilities
  • Advertising
  • And more!

When: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 25, 2024

Where: District 88 Office, 2 Friendship Plaza in Addison

RSVP: Your registration is appreciated by April 18, 2024. To reserve your seat, scan the QR code on the flyer above (or go to www.dupage88.net/WorkLuncheon2024).

For questions or more information: Contact District 88 Director of Community Relations Dani Brink at dbrink@dupage88.net or 630-530-3989.