The College’s agreement with the Chancellor’s Office stipulates that we offer Occupational Work Experience Education designed to provide students enrolled in our Career Technical Education programs with on-the-job learning opportunities relating to the students’ educational or occupational goals.
The work performed for a work experience course must occur during the scheduled term. Work experience hours at a job site may not begin before the term begins or continue after the term has ended. The Mt. SAC District covers worker’s compensation for non-paid work experience; however, the employer must pay worker’s compensation for paid work experience. Each 75 hours of paid work and 60 hours of non-paid work equal one semester unit of credit.
For a listing of funded programs that offer work experience to students, please see Mt. SAC Perkins Funded Programs.
For further details about the program and forms, please visit Mt. SAC Work Experience.