• Welcome to the Madison College & Career Center

    Would you like to begin planning for your future? Explore careers? Need help applying for a job or internship? Need help with writing your resume or completing your CRLE? The MHS Career Coordinator, Erica Spencer can help! You can contact Mrs. Spencer via email at espencer@pps.net or click here to schedule a meeting.

  • Madison College and Career Center & CRLEs

    What is a CRLE? 

    Career-Related Learning Experiences (CRLEs) are structured educational experiences that connect learning to the world beyond the classroom. PPS requires students to write reflections about two CRLEs but most students complete many throughout their four years of high school. Some CRLEs happen at school and are arranged by your teacher. If you are in a Career Tech Class (CTE), most field trips you go on will also count as a CRLE. 

    Some CRLE examples are:

    • Career day 
    • Internship
    • Job Shadow
    • Career Fair
    • Mock Interview
    • Guest Speaker
    • Attending a job preparation workshop
    • Volunteer Service
    • Worksite Company Tours

    How do you complete a CRLE? 

    1. Join the Google Classroom by using the code for your graduating year.
    2. Fill out the CRLE Reflection form and submit it. (You will only be contacted if it doesn’t pass)


    Google Classroom Codes

    *Class of 2021 - does not need to complete Personalized Learning Graduation Requirements

     Class of 2022 - cr5ffgg 

    Class of 2023 - udr7vhv

    Class of 2024 - hzhhy6h

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  • Erica Spencer

    Career Coordinator

    Madison High School @ The Marshall Campus

    3905 SE 91st. Ave.

    Portland OR 97266

    Office: 503-916-5220 x86281

    Cell: 503-318-9429


UO SAIL Program

  • UO SAIL Program is offering college related workshops

    The University of Oregon’s Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) pre-college program is committed to supporting all high school students, families, teachers and school districts across the state of Oregon by providing access, exposure and engagement to higher education learning opportunities throughout the entire 2020-2021 academic school year! Programs include: workshops covering FAFSA, college application week, scholarships, resume & interview skills, college and scholarship essay assistance, Q&A with current college students, and faculty presentations, and much more! Please checkout the website for more information.