Annual Report

The York County Alliance for Learning's Annual Report for the end of the 2018-2019 School Year is now available!

Please CLICK HERE to view it in .pdf format to see what was accomplished this past year and to get an idea of the great things we have in store for 2019-2020!

Career Exploration Programs


Do you know what you would like to do after high school?  Do you already know what the right career path is for you?  If not, these exploration programs partner with industry professionals to allow students the time to explore a given career and to better understand different career paths and the training/education needed to enter into that field.  

Career Exploration Programs are available to K-12 Partner School Students to explore more than 30 different career industries during the 2019-2020 school year. 

For more information you may also speak to your high school's guidance office. Click here for more information.

What is YCAL?

The York County Alliance for Learning (YCAL) is a non-profit organization that works with businesses and schools to provide career education, relevant academic experiences, and work based experiences for students and educators in York County. The goal is to help students become successful lifelong learners and to help make informed career decisions.

How can I help?

What are people saying?

“YCAL supports our school district’s Vision and Mission in tangible and important ways at multiple levels. For students, the Career Exploration Program is a great opportunity for our students to work with a mentor in an internship in students’ specified fields. For teachers, the Career Education and Work Standards Symposium, Innovation Grants, and the Educator in the Workplace course are effective in promoting career awareness and preparation. Additionally, School Directors have an opportunity to be recognized for their years of service, to share ideas, and to network at the annual School Directors' Dinner.”

~ Ronald E. Dyer, Ed.D., Dallastown Area School District, Superintendent

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