About Carver's NAF Academies
Carver High School has two NAF academies preparing our students for their futures.
- The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism (recognized as a 'Distinguished' academy)
- The Academy of Information Technology.
Curriculum and Instruction
- NAF curricula is created in partnership with industry professionals and is designed around projects that help students make connections across subject areas, acquire valuable workplace skills, and see their education as a step toward long- term career success.
- Carver's NAF Academies offers a variety of classes, such as AOHT Deliver Customer Service; the Principles of Hospitality; Sports/Event Planning; Foundations of IT; Intro to Programming and more. Please contact our NAF Academies coordinators for more information.
- NAF academy students participate in a sequence of work-based learning activities which prepares them to make informed college and career choices and allows them to acquire necessary college and career-readiness skills. The first phase of work-based learning, career awareness, includes activities such as guest speakers, worksite tours, and career fairs. Students dive deeper through work-based learning’s next phase: career exploration. During this phase, students participate in job shadows, mock interviews, and informational interviews. Students are then ready to start an internship during the third and final phase – career preparation.
- Here you can add any specific examples of how your NAF academy implements work-based learning.
Last Modified on March 21, 2022