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EVSC Governor's Work Ethic Certificate (Senior Application 21-22)
Thank you for your interest in earning the Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate (GWEC). This is a great opportunity for all seniors regardless of your plan after graduation! The EVSC’s GWEC is based on ten areas of competency selected by the region’s largest employers, higher education representatives, and community leaders. Students who earn their GWEC at the end of their senior year will graduate with the Governor's Work Ethic Certificate medallion and also be eligible for scholarship, guaranteed job interviews, future employment bonuses, and much more.
Below are the six transferable skills (PRIDES) that will require the signatures of school staff members stating you have displayed each of these skills as well as the academic components you will be required to meet in order to earn your Governor's Work Ethic Certificate.
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Primary Enrolled High School (Where you will graduate from.):
Bosse High School
Central High School
Harrison High School
Harwood Career Preparatory HS
New Tech Institute
North High School
Reitz High School
For those who also attend a high school program in EVSC, please select:
Early College HS
English Learners Academy
Shepard Leadership & Law
Student ID Number:
Student Phone Number with Area Code: (###) ###-#### (If you do not have a phone, add a parent/guardian number.)
Tentative Post-Graduation Plan
Continue Education in College/University (2 year - e.g., Ivy Tech, Vincennes or other community/junior college)
Continue Education in College/University (4 year - e.g., USI, IU, WKU, etc.)
Enter Workforce (Including those interested in continuing their education and training through workplace)
Enlistment in Military
Unsure, open to learning more about options available to me
Signature (First Middle Last)
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