Welcome to the Lincoln High School Career Center

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    Start Exploring Your Path During And After High School!

    Unsure of your future plan? Want to explore career fields? Looking for a job or internship? Need to update your resume? The Career Center can help! The Career Coordinator, Shannan Fasold, works with students to support them on all aspects of their college and career exploration; which might include looking for a job shadow, volunteer, internship or part-time job, preparing an application, resume or for an interview, or figuring out possible career paths. 

    I welcome questions via email: sfasold@pps.net, text/call 971-420-3683, or click HERE to schedule an appointment with me.


    What is a CRLE?

    CLICK HERE for CRLE Reflection Form Link

    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. Community organizations and industry groups sponsor career days, mentor and internship programs too. Many students arrange their own half or full day job shadows by asking a neighbor, family friend or a friend's family member to host them. Some examples of CRLEs are:

    Calling Parents & Alumni!

    Think about becoming a Cardinal Career Consultant. Are you willing to host a LHS student at your workplace for a job shadow or internship? Are you open to invitations from teachers to be on a panel or speak to their class? Does your organization ever hire seasonal or part-timers? PPS Career Coordinators use the district's PartnerConnect database to identify local professionals like you. Learn more and register yourself and/or your company here. You can also volunteer specifically with LHS--just email sfasold@pps.net with your contact information.