Partner with ACPS
Albemarle County Public Schools values our community partnerships and appreciates the impact they have on our students, families, staff, and schools. We are committed to strengthening our existing partnerships and developing new relationships with local organizations. If your organization is interested in making a difference in the lives of students in our county schools please join us by becoming a community partner on SchooLinks.
Types of Partnerships
Work-based Learning Partner: Partnerships in which schools partner with local industry for job shadowing and work-based learning opportunities.
Corporate Partners: Partnerships dedicated to supporting schools or the division financially, through donations, or other similar means.
Non-Profit Partners: Partnerships that provide direct services to students, families, and/or staff.
Educational Partners: Partners that provide educational support to our schools in the way of experiential opportunities, educational outreach, and educational programming.
Religious Partners: Faith-based community partners working with schools and/or the division to support schools, families, and communities.
Local Community Partners: Partners (any of the above) that work with a specific school or geographic area.
SchooLinks is ACPS' Student Career and College Planning platform. This platform connects students with jobs, internships, events and other opportunities. As an Industry Partner, you are able to post opportunities for students, register to participate in events at our middle and high schools, and provide virtual mentorship on this platform.
- Instructions to become a community partner here: How to Create an Account as an Industry Partner
- Once you are accepted as a partner, you need to create an Affiliation: Member Dashboard and Adding an Affiliation
- Finally, you can post your opportunities: Posting Opportunities as an Industry Partner
Need support getting connected to SchooLinks? Want to talk through ways of connecting with schools and students? Connect with the ACPS' Work-Based Learning Team or the Department of Community Engagement.