Student enrichment programs help local school districts expand the opportunities students have to interact with peers and learn experientially outside of the classroom.
Current enrichment programs include:
Contact: Abby Peklo, Director of Grants & Special Programs
860.567.0863 x 1166 | Email
Regional Student Health & Medical Internship Program
In our nationally recognized School-to-Career program, high school students have the opportunity to participate in medical and healthcare internships that are designed to explore medical career choices and develop the skills necessary to succeed in the healthcare industry of the 21st century workplace.
Contact: Karen Moore, Regional Internship Program Manager
860.567.0863 x1181 | Email
After School Outdoor Learning Adventures
After School Outdoor Learning Adventures (ASOLA) is an exciting enrichment program for students in grades 2 and 3 from Bristol and Hartford. The program takes place Thursday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30 at Indian Rock Nature Preserve in Bristol. There are two separate sessions, one in fall and one in spring. Registration forms are available from program teachers at each participating school.
At the program, students enjoy fun environmental science activities. ASOLA provides students a safe, fun outdoor learning environment where students meet new friends and play games with the support of caring teachers and environmental educators.
Students 4 Tobacco-Free Communities
This Connecticut Department of Public Health community-based collaborative project is designed to encourage youth and adult advocacy for tobacco-free policies, spaces and places in Bethel, Cornwall, Danbury, and Thomaston. Middle and high school students from these communities participate in after school tobacco-free advocacy leadership clubs.