Partner with Us

  • Shakopee Public Schools, in partnership with our community, will educate lifelong learners to succeed in a diverse world.

    Business and community partners are a vital component in helping students achieve success. Partnerships enhance academic achievement and connect student learning to the world of work. 

    Interested in collecting donations for our district? We'd love to work with you! As a community partner you have much to offer. Please contact Jenny Ames 952.496.5128 to discuss how we can make it happen.

    Current Partnership Opportunities

    There are many ways for your organization to partner with our schools. Sign up HERE to be notified of partnership opportunities.


    Academy Career Expo

    career expo Thank you to the more than 80 businesses who participated in our Career Expo. You are very appreciated!

    Here's a link to photos from the event.

      


    CAPS Intern Hosts - 2019-20

    HOSTS STILL NEEDED FOR CREATIVE MEDIA!

    Be a mentor for a high school student as they intern for your company next year through our Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program. 

    CAPS is designed to provide students the opportunity to gain real world, hands-on work experience in professional work environments that relate to their academic and career interest and prepare them for future jobs. The program also gives employers an opportunity to guide and evaluate future talent.

    Three programs are available: Business, Creative Media and Healthcare.

    Intern dates: Jan 27 - March 20, 2020. Interns will be at your site from 8:20 - 11 am each day.  

    Interested in learning more? Click here or contact Zach Eidelbes at zeidelbe@shakopee.k12.mn.us.  

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    Serve on an Industry Council

    We are always looking for industry experts to provide input to our academies regarding industry standards and curriculum. Join one of our councils and help provide the framework for our students and teachers to have accurate and applicable real-world experiences in our classrooms. Each academy meets three times during the school year and has its own Industry Council, consisting of a team of professionals. Contact Jenny Ames to join.