Project ABLE is a community vocational training program that offers academic learning and life skills in the classroom and job skills at local businesses.
Project ABLE is designed to promote students’ success during their high school years. The ultimate goal is to provide common core academic learning in addition with life skills and job skills so students can gain employment after graduation from high school.
Project ABLE offers a structured schedule during Blocks 1 & 2 where students spend two days (Wednesday and Thursday) in the classroom and three days (Monday, Tuesday, Friday) on job sites at local businesses.
Students selected to participate in Project ABLE are not considered employees. They volunteer their time and do not receive a paycheck from any of the businesses. Students will go to their job sites September - April during the school year. One to three students will be assigned with a teacher at each work site along with a business employee or manager.