Worthington and Quantum Charter High Schools are dropout prevention and recovery schools designed to help at-risk students graduate and move on to post-secondary success. The typical students are 16-22 years old with a history of failure in their traditional school setting, are significantly behind academically, have low basic skills, and are often facing personal/social obstacles that are impacting their success. A core component of the school's model is the wrap-around social services. A designated clinical Social Worker oversees direct services, community partnerships, school-based initiatives, and clinical supervision of interns in order to provide a comprehensive support system for our students and their families.
Special placement information:
Accepting BSW, MSW 1st-year, and MSW 2nd-year/Advanced Standing (clinical) students. Full- and part-time positions available.
We will work to schedule interns based on their preferences and needs but will often ask for flexibility where possible to allow for ideal coverage.
Agency hours: Monday-Friday, 7:00AM-5:30PM and. No weekend hours available, however, weekend community outreach activities are options for additional hours.
No transportation reimbursement or stipend available. Agency accessible by public transit.
Liability insurance required.
Video-/audio-taping permitted with student and guardian approval.