Announcement for Minnesota High School Students Grades 11 - 12 (starting the 2023-2024 school year & beyond)
A new program was passed at the most recent Minnesota legislative session allowing high school students the opportunity to work in a long term health care setting. Students can receive up to two credits for every 350 hours worked. Minnesota high schools and employers are working together to ensure students receive credit as this new program rolls out.
As schools begin rolling out this opportunity, more information will become available. For now, direct students to their local career services office in their high school. Want more information? read the current bill or an article from Sentinel News. Check back for updates as more information becomes available!
ACR Homes provides personalized, respectful, and high-quality care for adults with disabilities living in our 40+ group homes spread across the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area of Minnesota. We are 1 of many employers considered eligible to work at for credit.