students answer the questions:
looks different in every community and school, based
on the resources, needs, wishes, and values of those
is a partnership
between educators, employers, labor representatives,
students, parents, and government.
3 basic components of a School-to-Work
education system are:
in the Montana School-to-Work System include:
State level System
Team and Specialists
with representatives from the Governorís Office,
Department of Labor & Industry, Department of
Commerce, Office of the Commissioner of Higher
Education, Montana Job Training Partnership, Inc.,
Department of Public Health and Human Services, and
the Office of Public Instruction.
Board of Montanans from across the state
representing many constituent groups.
Technical Assistance Providers who assist STW
schools in their region, and build sustainable
peer-based technical assistance network in their
hundred and twenty local
community partnerships throughout Montana who
coordinate the local School-to-Work systems in their
is a great opportunity for all students! Because it
creates a connection between curriculum and the application
to real life, students are more motivated to take an
active part in their education. Through a well
organized STW system, students are able to explore a
variety of career opportunities, giving them a better
foundation for making sound career choice decisions and an
understanding of employability standards.