What is Stride Career Prep?
Are you a 6th–12th grader looking to get a jump-start on your future? With Stride Career Prep, you can use your middle school and high school years to figure out where you want to go and how to get there. In addition to core courses, you'll take career-focused electives to explore your options and find your passion—all while earning your high school diploma. Discovering what you want to do now can prepare you to dive into a career right out of high school or help you make the right decision about your college major.
Students can search and filter hundreds of internship listings to find on-the-job learning experiences they can complete before graduation. A perfect complement to a Stride Career Prep education, a high school internship is another great way to get ahead on future goals. We also offer tips and advice about building a resume, honing interview skills, and keeping motivated on the job. Internship listings are updated daily, so be sure to check back often.
Find Your Perfect
High School Internship
Build Your Resume and Gain Real-World Skills
You can also:
Participate in career clubs
Prepare to take industry-recognized certification exams upon graduation*
Gain workplace skills
Job Shadow Week
Schools powered by Stride K12 teamed up with businesses across the nation to give students the opportunity to explore different career fields while discovering their passions. Watch as students experience Job Shadow Week.
Stride Career Prep students can enroll in career clubs, also called career technical service organizations (CTSOs). CTSOs give students with similar career interests the opportunity to connect, practice professional skills, work on service projects, take field trips, and compete against other schools at the local, state, and national levels. Stride Career Prep at CASC offers these career clubs:
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
FBLA helps students prepare for careers in business and business-related fields through leadership development, academic competitions, community service, awards, and more.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
FCCLA is an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system. Students can:
- Participate in competitive events
- Be involved in community service opportunities
- Become student leaders and attend leadership conferences
An international student organization, HOSA works to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Founded in 1976, HOSA empowers students to become leaders in the global health community. Participating students are encouraged to:
- Develop effective leadership qualities and skills
- Make realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the healthcare field
- Learn and identify current healthcare issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation, and the world
- Get involved in local, state, and national healthcare education projects
*Many Microsoft®️ Office certificates can be earned after completing one course. Other certificates require more classes to be better prepared, and students who participate in the program for at least two years will have further preparation for certification testing.