Abbeville County Schools District – Abbeville County Career Center
Job Shadowing Participation Form
Student Name: __________________________ Age: _____ Grade: _____ Program: __________________
Shadowing Site: ______________________ Complete Address: _____________________________________
Site Supervisor Phone Number: (________)_______________________
Date: _________________________ Time (Circle One): 8:00 – 11:00 12:00 – 3:00 8:00-3:00
½ Morning ½ Afternoon Full Day
I, ___________________________, being the parent/guardian of ______________________________ give my child permission to participate in the Shadowing Program on ________________. I will be responsible for arranging transportation for my child to and from the shadowing site. Abbeville County School District and the Abbeville County Career Center will not be liable for any injuries sustained by the student’s participation in this program.
I, ___________________________, being the parent/guardian of ______________________________ give my consent for emergency medical treatment in case of sickness or injury to my child. I understand that hospital personnel will make reasonable attempts to contact me before initiating hospital treatment. Emergency contact person and phone number needs to be written below.
Emergency Contact Name (Print) Phone Number
The above name student is approved to participate in Job Shadowing at:
Business Name Site Supervisor Signature
I have read the above information and fully understand and agree with the content.
Parent / Guardian Date
I agree to follow the rules and regulations provided to me by the Work-based Learning office.
Student Signature Date
For Office Use Only
_____ Worksheet Returned _____Absence Excused Date:____________________________
_____ Worksheet Missing _____Absence NOT Excused
Abbeville County School District does not discriminate in recruitment, admissions, educational services or employment on the basis of race, sex, national origin, age, religion or disability.
The following Career Clusters are represented at ACCC:
Architecture and Construction
Architecture and construction courses can introduce students to the construction industry and related career fields in construction management, architecture, building construction inspection, and planning and design. Many students move quickly from basic construction training into estimating, and project management with high paying jobs.
The course standards listed below answer the question "What does a worker need to know and be able to do to contribute to the delivery of skills to the architecture and construction industry".
The following courses of study prepare students for nationally recognized industry credentials, which increase dramatically the chances of high paying careers. Students with industry credentials are always considered first by employers.
Teachers and administrators should find these standards useful as guides for providing quality curriculum in preparation for advanced studies. These standards also provide an avenue for articulation to postsecondary institutions.
Health Science Education is a secondary program of study that promotes health career opportunities to students in grades 9-12. Integration of health science courses, work-based learning experiences, HOSA-Future Health Professionals activities, and academics allow students to make informed decisions regarding an array of careers and educational pursuits.
Hospitality and Tourism
Hospitality and Tourism is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the travel and tourism industry. Industry segments will focus on such areas as planning, marketing, management, finance, operations, technical and production skills, technology, human relations, labor issues, community issues, environmental issues, and safety.
The Human Services/Family and Consumer Sciences Program of Study consists of eleven programs and three middle school courses categorized in five career clusters - Arts, A/V Technology & Communication, Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism, Human Services, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This program of study provides opportunities for students to develop skills that relate to individuals, families, communities and the environment. The fundamental content encompasses the objective of preparing individuals for employment in career pathways that relate to meeting human needs - personal care, consumer services, family and community services, and counseling and mental health; visual arts principles – creativity, artistry, vision; the art of teaching – planning, managing, and providing education and training services and related learning support services; personal care – beauty, style, and culture; hospitality and tourism – management, marketing, and operation of food services, lodging, attractions, recreation and travel related services; and, science technology – scientific research and technical services related to the nature of foods, the causes of deterioration, food processing principles, and the improvement of foods for consumption.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Cluster incorporate career opportunities in all aspects of engineering and engineering technologies. Students are engaged in courses such as Introduction To Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Engineering Design and Development, Aerospace Engineering, Biotechnical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Architecture, Gateway To Technology, and Industrial Technology Education that will expose them to scientific research and development and professional and technical services in engineering, including laboratory and testing services.
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Cluster incorporate career opportunities in all aspects of Automotive Collision, Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Small Engine Technology, Warehousing, Material Handling, and Distribution and Logistics. Students are engaged in planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water.
The standards listed are intended to serve as guides to assist teachers and administrators in providing an instructional program that is current and relevant. Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics skill standards address what a worker needs to know and be able to do to contribute to a safe, productive, and effective work environment. Students will be properly prepared for their careers when the standards are integrated with quality instructional techniques. The standards provide a secure foundation for future training in the student's career.
The following provide the basis for development of student profile that can be shared with prospective employers, and in many instances, the standards can be used for planning and implementing articulation agreements with comparable programs at the postsecondary level.
CATE Student Organizations
In South Carolina, Skills USA coordinates state competitions that support the curriculum of Engineering and Industrial Technology. Over 40 events allow students to demonstrate skills and competencies in such areas as welding auto mechanics, cosmetology, and computer-assisted drafting. The South Carolina association enjoys the support of business partners that host state and local competitions by supplying necessary materials and scholarships.
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. (FCCLA)
Technology Student Association (TSA)