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Career Based Intervention
Career Based Intervention (CBI )is a work-study program helps students complete their education while learning the obligations of the world of work. The purpose of CBI is to guide the students toward the successful completion of a Career and Technical Education or academic high school program. Local businesses cooperate to provide training in unskilled or skilled occupations. The instructor cooperatively with the supervision of the employer coordinates the work experience.
 
Students Learn
  • Job Adjustment Information
  • Job Application Process
  • Job Related Instruction
  • Employment Practices
  • Social Adjustment
  • Personal Finances
  • Academic Instruction in English,
  • Social Studies, and/or Physical Education
  • Communication Skills
  • Occupational and Personal Safety
  • Career Exploration
Career Based Intervention students will have a better understanding of business and the world of work. Students will have an excellent reference and the experience necessary for future jobs. They will earn money and work experience while going to school and will also have a sound educational base and a high school diploma.
 
What kinds of jobs are available upon program completion?
 
CBI students are employed in a variety of semi-skilled or operator-level occupations and will develop the necessary attitudes, skills and abilities necessary to becoming gainfully employed.
These jobs include:
  • Stock/Inventory Clerks
  • Cashier
  • Waiters/Waitresses
  • Child Care Aide
  • Sales Clerk
  • Food Service
  • Cook’s Assistant
  • Bus Person
  • Dietary Aide
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Health Care Aid
  • Bus Person
  • Dietary Aide
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Health Care Aide
  • Landscape Worker
  • Stock Clerk
What kinds of jobs are available with continued education and/or experience?
Placement in a Career and Technical Education program is a possible option for students who are successful in the Career Based Intervention Program.
 
What personal qualities should I possess?
  • Positive attitude
  • Good personal appearance and hygiene
  • Able to work with people
  • Dependable
  • Able to accept constructive criticism
  • Good attendance
  • Self-discipline, follow rulesP
2155 Miramar Boulevard • University Heights, OH 44118 • 216-371-7171
                                  

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