Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

Park City High School adopted an experiential learning model from the Center for Advanced Professional Studies, or CAPS, several years ago. The program provides real-life work experience to high school students by connecting them with businesses. It has been successful for students and businesses in Park City and beyond, and the CAPS program wants everyone to know.

The center is touring the U.S. to show a film about the program, and Park City was one of eight towns selected across the country for the tour. Caleb Fine, assistant principal at the high school, said the event is an opportunity for educators and residents from around Utah to learn about CAPS. The event is set to take place at the Eccles Center on Monday, April 15.

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Chris Humbert, middle, talks with Victoria Olson, right, and
Fox Croasmunchristensen about an engineering project with PCCAPS. 
The CAPS program will be featured during a film screeing on Monday.
(Park Record File Photo) 

Note:  PCEF donors support the Park City CAPS program.




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