As educators and parents, you have the opportunity to teach students the necessary skills needed and to provide the safety and health training necessary to help them succeed and be safe in the workforce. The links provided on this page may assist you in this endeavor.
Child Labor Laws - From the US Department of Labor
Health & Safety Awareness for Working Teens - From the
University of Washington
Youth at Work - From the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Work Wise Training Program - From the WI Department of Health and Family
Services - Free Registration Required
National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign - A Drug Education Resource
Occupational Safety & Health Act - From the US Department of Labor
Wisconsin's Cooperative Education Skill Standards - From the WI Department of Public
Mentoring Youth for Success - A Publication Overview From the WI Department of Public Instruction
Wisconsin Employment of Minors Guide - A PDF Document From our Labor Standards Information Series
Students and Career Advisors - Designed to provide information on high-growth, high-demand occupations along with the skills
and education needed to attain those jobs.
Project Lead The Way - Helps give middle and high school students the rigorous
ground-level education they need to develop strong backgrounds in science and
Find Youth Info - This Web Site is the U.S. government Web site that helps you create,
maintain, and strengthen effective youth programs.
Think.com - A Global Community for Learning. Think.com connects schools, teachers,
and students from around the world to collaborate on projects, share experiences, and
build knowledge together.
Last updated 6/17/2014