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Workplace Readiness

PATHS Standards
Co-Op Placements
Jobs for Maine Graduates

PATHS Standards

PATHS programs use workplace readiness standards as part of every student's ongoing grading. Employers across Maine agree that workplace readiness skills are essential in every career path. The workplace readiness skills are evident through instructional simulations, project-based learning, work-based learning, and Career and Technical Student Organizations. Students with workplace readiness skills can apply those employable skills in all areas of their lives.

  1. Dresses appropriately for work and maintains good hygiene.
  2. Demonstrates regular attendance and punctuality and arrives to work on time.
  3. Demonstrates a positive work ethic.
  4. Demonstrates appropriate workplace behavior.
  5. Manages time effectively and stays on task.
  6. Works effectively and efficiently with all members of a team.
  7. Communicates effectively with supervisors, peers, and clients.
  8. Responds appropriately to supervision and feedback.
  9. Demonstrates a positive attitude.
  10. Follows written and verbal directions.
  11. Takes initiative.
  12. Demonstrates the ability to satisfy clients.
  13. Troubleshoots and solves workplace problems.
  14. Keeps materials organized.
  15. Applies academic skills to professional work.
  16. Produces and organizes written documents.
  17. Maintains tools and equipment properly.
  18. Follows all safety guidelines and procedures while performing a task.
  19. Demonstrates the ability to troubleshoot and solve technical problems.
  20. Demonstrates the ability to locate and research information or data.
  21. Uses telecommunications devices appropriately.

Co-Op Placements

Many PATHS programs offer students an opportunity for a work-based learning experience. These experiences can be in the form of pre-apprenticeship placement, internships, clinical rotations, or job shadowing. Program instructors will determine each student’s readiness to take on this professional responsibility. Only students in good standing will be offered a work-based learning experience. A student in good standing is one that demonstrates a high level of commitment to their learning through good attendance and reliable performance in their respective programs.

Jobs for Maine Graduates

JMG provides new learning opportunities for students and offers support and guidance as students gain the skills and motivation needed to participate in community and workplace activities, graduate from high school, and pursue continued education and/or employment.