Student Benefits

  • $10/hour (10-15 hours/week)
  • Coaching, Mentoring & Support
  • 6 minutes paid study time accrued for every 1 hour worked
  • Incentive points that can be used to purchase tickets, gifts, etc…
  • Flexible Schedule – School comes first
  • Up to $2,000 scholarship to post-HS graduation school of choice

Incentive Points

The AMP Incentive Point Program allows students to earn points to be redeemed for gift cards or event tickets at Cleveland businesses. Points are awarded quarterly based on student performance in the following areas:

  • Academic Performance
  • Academic Attendance
  • Community Service
  • Job Performance

Students are evaluated on the above criteria quarterly and can earn up to 25,000 points per quarter, a value of $250.00. Points are awarded in the following manner:

Academic Performance (Up to 7500 points per quarter)

Points are awarded for a 3.0 GPA or higher at the rate of 500 points per 0.1 increase in GPA. Additionally, any student who maintains a 4.0 GPA will earn an additional 2,500 points for the quarter. Example: Student maintain a 3.5 GPA for a quarter and earns 3,000 points for their Academic Performance.

Academic Attendance (Up to 5000 points per quarter)

Points are awarded for 96% or better attendance at the rate of 1000 points per percentage of attendance. Example: Student maintains 97% attendance for a quarter and earns 2000 points for their Academic Attendance.

Community Service (Up to 5000 points per quarter)

Points are awarded for each hour of community service performed by a student at the rate of 1000 points per hour. Example: Student performs 3 hours of community service in a quarter and earns 3000 points for their Community Service.

AMP Coach’s Assessment (Up to 7500 points per quarter)

Points are awarded based on the Coach’s assessment of the student’s performance at work. Students are evaluated on multiple aspects of their job performance, personal and professional growth and other soft skills. Each section of the evaluation is given a score of one through five. The total score is divided by the maximum possible score to assign a percentage to the test. The student must get at least a 60% to remain in the program. For students with a score above 60%, they will earn the evaluation score percentage of the available 7500 points. Example: a student receives a 90% on their evaluation for the quarter and earns 6,750 points for their Coach’s Assessment.