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A.S.T.E.R.I.S.K. Summer Employment

ASTERISK Program Instructions



The goal of the ASTERISK program is to Accelerate Students’ Success Through Employment, Responsibility, Inspiration, and Knowledge (A.S.E.T.E.R.I.S.K.).  The changes made to the program last year worked out very well.  Therefore, we will keep the same procedure as follows:


  1. Students will submit an application online (help will be provided if anyone has problems), with attachments that will include the following items:
    1. Letters of Recommendation
    2. Transcript
    3. Copy of Social Security Card and Photo ID
    4. Letter from parents giving permission for student to participate in program with contact information
  2. Students will apply to positions available.
  3. College and Career Ready Staff will receive applications and screen for qualified applicants.
  4. College and Career Ready Staff will place students in open positions they applied for.
  5. A list of available positions has been added to the application so that students apply to the positions that are available and best fits their interests.
  6. Thursday/Friday classes to be taught as workshop sessions to teach the students the soft skills they need for future job seeking interests.
  7. Friday classes will be taught by Industry Partners or CTE Teachers who have knowledge and experience on topics and will be taught on the dates shown. The following topics are what the students would like to see and will be taught as follows:
    1. June 20th & 21st – Interview Practices in the workforce/mock interviews/Dress for Success Workshop – Nicole Valentine
    2. June 27th & 28th – Resume and Letter of Introduction Workshop – Maria Garcia-Cortes
    3. July 11th & 12th – Technology Practices Used in the Workforce Workshop – Donna Woods/Chris Lorenz
    4. July 18th & 19th – Financial Literacy Workshop /Recap of the program – Nicole Valentine
    5. July 25th – End of Program Celebration
  8. Workshop sessions will be broken into groups of no more than 30 students to better serve them.
  9. All job sites where students are placed will be visited at least once per week by a College and Career Ready Staff Member and/or District Teacher.
    1. Effective January 1, 2019 minimum wage increased to $12.00 per hour. To be in compliance with minimum wage, students will receive a stipend of $1,200.
    2. The maximum number of students that will hired is 150.
  10. Students will work 4 hours per day, 4 days per week and attend class on either Thursday or Friday for 2 hours.
  11. 4th of July is a holiday for everyone and none of the students are required to work. Students will be off on July 4th and 5th.  Workshops for that week has been held on June 20th and 21st.