Middle School

Work Based Learning

One of the most effective ways to prepare students for jobs is to give them real world experience. Work-based learning is a strategy that combines skill development with real world training opportunities. Apprenticeships and other work-based learning activities create opportunities to develop the skills needed to succeed. Read More!

Workforce Center – Middle School

Mesa County Workforce Center offers a variety of services to help you prepare to enter the workforce. Learn more about volunteering, getting your first job, and exploring career options. Read More!

Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!)

YEA! guides middle and high school students through the process of starting and running a legitimate business or social movement over the course of a full academic year. YEA! has graduated almost 4,000 students over the past 12 years, who have started almost 3,000 businesses and social movements! Read More!

Career & College Readiness

District 51 has many ways for middle school students to learn about themselves, explore careers, engage in career readiness, and prepare for next steps after graduation. Read More!

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