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The Waunakee School to Career Program supports students in a variety of learning opportunities.  Images above include students displaying their National Technical Honor Society certificates (far left), our Construction students at the Heavy Equipment Externship Day in Coloma, a few of our Class of 2022 YA Program completers, and at the far right, YA Dental Apprentice, Carter Lory, with STC Coordinator Ms. McGlynn and Carter's mentors from More Smiles, Wisconsin.

Contact Information:

Ms. Michelle McGlynn
School to Career Coordinator
Career & Technical Education Coordinator
Office: 608-849-2137

Social Media: @WaunakeeCTE

The goal of the School to Career Program is to help prepare students be college and career ready. The program works to form strong partnerships with the community, core academic areas, the Career and Technical Education team, and school counseling program to lay the foundation for students once they journey beyond Waunakee Community High School.  

The School to Career Program  provides students with the opportunity to put knowledge learned within the classroom to practical use.  An ever increasing "Skills Gap" suggests that students graduating from school are not prepared to meet the demands of the 21st century workplace. The School to Career Program intents to address this critical shortage by teaching students the critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and communication skills needed in order to be a better 21st century employee.

Additionally, students work within many of their courses to earn industry certifications, dual enrollment credit, or participate in work based learning opportunities. Please visit links below to learn more information!

School to Career Information

*ACP, Industry Certifications, Redefining Ready

*Career Paths, Job & Volunteer Board, Youth Apprenticeship

*Dual Credit, Early College Credit, Start College Now