Invest in YCAL

York County Alliance for Learning Investor Application Form

July 2018 - June 2019

I hereby donate monies to the York County Alliance for Learning (YCAL), to facilitate the development of a high quality, relevant workforce.

EITC Eligible

Please note that YCAL is a non-profit organization under the 501(c)(3) regulations - your donation is tax-exempt. Learn more about the EITC Program.

YCAL is an approved education improvement organization under the Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.

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Investment Arrangements

I will be making a donation of* $.

I will be paying with Check.

Please make checks payable to:
York County Alliance for Learning
1601 Kenneth Rd.
York, PA 17408


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Program Information

Program Description Yes, I would like to get involved by:
Educator in the Workplace Provides internships for educators who will use the experience to provide relevant instruction to students.
Career Opportunities Human resource personnel work with students to understand the workforce needs and requirements.
Innovation Grants Educators apply for monies to develop innovative classroom workforce and career awareness projects/activities.
Career Exploration Programs Students spend time with a business representative over an extended period to explore a particular field and how it relates to the overall operation of the company. Current Career Exploration Programs are in the following career fields: Accounting; Actuarial Sciences; Agriculture; Architecture, Construction & Engineering (ACE) Design; ACE Skilled Trades; Arts; Creative Careers; Culinary; Entrepreneurship; Financial Services; Healthcare; Hospitality & Business; Human Services; Information Technology; Insurance; Law; Manufacturing; Marketing; Medical Assistant and Respiratory Care.

Diversified Occupations Students have a long-term, half day, paid work experience, preferably specific to the students' career interests.
Internship Students acquire experience in an unpaid position offering career exploration related to the students' interests.
Job Shadowing Students spend several hours with employees to learn about the job and career possibilities within the company.
Classroom Activities Business representatives visit the school to participate as a speaker, facilitator of discussions or evaluator of student activities or projects.
Company Tour/Visit Companies provide students with on-site exposure to their work environment, products and employment opportunities.
Career Day Company representatives go into the school to explain the training and skills required, and the career paths available.