- 10 hours for the entire year (including the summer time prior to the start of the school year)
- This can include ISPs.
- Can cover the full continuum from an in class guest speaker to a full internship.
- Out of class opportunities set up by students
- In-class opportunities - students must complete some kind of follow up activity that goes above and beyond what is required of all students in the class (for example: getting the contact information from an industry professional and following up with an interview or shadowing, presentation on the experience to a small audience, etc.)
- 10 hours required for the year
- A maximum of 10 WHS volunteer hours
- Service hours may not count for the CTSO and other organizations, only one or the other and hours may only count for 1 CTSO.
- Court ordered community service hours will not be accepted
- Students must keep an accurate log, signed off by an adult supervising the service
- All community service done outside of WHS must be completed through a formal organization and students may not be compensated for their work.
Member in Good Standing
- Paid dues
- Role Model
- Attendance (school rate/attending meetings)
Contest Participation (program specific)
- State contest winner - 1st, 2nd, 3rd and/or qualifying for state if the CTSO has regionals
- State or district office