Connecting Learning in the Community (CLiC)



Find employment

Find a volunteer opportunity



List an opportunity or volunteer your time


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NEW: CLiC Volunteer Jobs provides a convenient way for organizations to list volunteer opportunities for youth. High school students have access to this online directory of locally available community service positions. Organizations offer opportunities or students seek opportunities. Thanks to the BOAST Youth Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation – Upper Valley Region for supporting this initiative.

CLiC Jobs is a mutually beneficial service for local high school students and employers. CLiC Jobs provides an easy way for employers to post vacation and afterschool job opportunities for teens. High school students have access to an online directory of locally available jobs. CLiC Jobs also provides guidance to help both employers and high school students through the job application process.
Employers post an opportunity or students seek employment.

BEST Employers (Businesses Enhancing and Supporting Teaching) offers local organizations a means to indicate their willingness to contribute to educational efforts by providing connections to the workplace (i.e., job shadow, internship, facility tour, Externship, etc.). BEST Employers register with the UVBEP to make their contact information available to partner schools' liaisons. Register in CLiC to become a BEST Employer.

Teachers' PET (People Enhancing Teaching) Now community members have a convenient way to enhance the educational process. Teachers' PET provides a platform for individuals to express ways they would like to contribute to local classrooms based on their expertise. For example, a woodworker might assist with student projects or a botanist might offer greenhouse tours. Teachers can access this information through their school liaison to gain innovative ideas for classroom use. Do you have a skill, talent, hobby or unique experience to share with students at a local school? Register in CLiC to become a Teachers' PET.

Note to teachers: You can register here to share your own knowledge, possibly with local students aspiring to become teachers. However, if you are looking for local expertise or resources for your classroom, contact your school liaison.



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