On-Campus Education

Teacher’s Assistant Placement (TAP)

This volunteer option is available for students interested in an on-campus education opportunity as a Teacher's Assistant. Students can get work experience credits as a mentor, leader, or tutor helping with school programs. Students can earn up to 30 credits in Work Experience, with a maximum 15 credits towards transcript. Open to Forest Lawn high school students. Suitable for students who demonstrate passion, skills, and a strong work ethic. Recommended to students who have excelled with introductory courses.

*Teacher supervisor and student participation is voluntary.

Register | Online Safety Program at FLHS

Program Delivery

  • During a spare block, before and after school, or during lunch breaks
  • Regularly scheduled [timetabled] classes are not eligible for work experience credit
  • On-campus education at school, volunteering in a structured learning area

For example: math tutoring, welding leadership, ELL class mentor, and more…

Program Benefits

  • For every 25 volunteer hours, you receive (1) credit on your high school transcript
  • Work Experience looks great on your résumé to employers or post-secondary
  • Acquire volunteer hours as a peer mentor or leader in your favorite class
  • Receive up to ten 30 level elective credits to graduate high school
  • Increase your GPA for scholarships and or bursary applications

Prerequisites / Requirements

  • Online safety course HCS3000
  • Minimum student commitment of 75 hours beginning September - June up to the last day of regular classes.
  • A signed and dated contract (OCA) is required to earn work experience credits
  • Requires a teacher supervisor to monitor on-going progress and sign time-sheets
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