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School to Career

In 1997, leaders from education, business, government and the non-profit community created the Marin County School to Career Partnership. The Partnership, a project of the Marin County Office of Education, focuses on providing career exploration and awareness programs for students. It was founded with ambitious and far-reaching goals:

  • First, to develop career exploration opportunities for students that take learning beyond the walls of their classrooms and into the greater community helping them to see the relevance of what they are learning in school and how it relates to their future studies and careers;
  • Second, to serve as the bridge between businesses and organizations and our schools, linking teachers and professionals to create projects that enhance classroom learning; and
  • Third, to create a program that is appealing to and useful for students of all academic, social and economic backgrounds

Each year, depending on finances, the program offers the following opportunities:

  • Fall internships
  • Youth Health Forums - visits to local hospitals for one day
  • Teen CERT (Community Emergency Preparedness Training)
  • Grammy Career Day - trip to San Francisco State University to attend workshops on every facet of the music industry
  • Marin County Sheriff's Youth Academy - hands on training to promote an interest in law enforcement
  • Spring Internships
  • Engineering and Construction Job Shadows
  • Summer Internships

For more information about the Marin County School to Career Partnership, visit their website at