Local Partners Supporting

Lakeland Senior Options

Welcome to Lakeland Regional

Senior Options



Visit us in the 
Career Resource Center and Guidance

to learn all about Senior Options

Need Student Workers? 
Give us a call!

T: 973-835-1900 x165


  • Advanced Physical Therapy
    Ashley Berdan Design

  • BASS Animal Shelter

  • Bloomingdale Animal Hospital
    Boys and Girls Club Aftercare

  • Cedar Crest

  • Center for Family Resources

  • Cetera Financial Specialists

  • Chilton Memorial Hospital

  • Dunkin Donuts

  • Franklin Lakes Early Learning

  • Gingerbread Kids Academy

  • Il Palazzo

  • Kradle 2 Kindergarten

  • Kressaty's Pharmacy

  • Lakeland Healthcare Center

  • Law Office of Ronda Cotroneo, Esq.

  • Luigi's Pizza

  • New Jersey Center of Physical Therapy

  • North Jersey Equestrian Center

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Local Partners Supporting

Lakeland Senior Options


  • Oakland Animal Hospital

  • Over the Rainbow Learning Center

  • Pequannock Valley Dental Associates

  • Pizza One of Haskell

  • Professional Physical Therapy

  • Ramapo Valley Animal Hospital

  • Real Brave Audio

  • RedyRef Interactive Kiosks

  • Ringwood Family Dental

  • Ringwood Public Schools 
    Ringwood State Park

  • Shippee's Pharmacy

  • ShopRite of Oakland

  • Sinclair Gas Station

  • Skylands Learning Center

  • Skyline Pizza

  • State Farm Insurance

  • Stop & Shop of Haskell and Ringwood

  • Subway of Ringwood

  • Valley Hospital in Ridgewood

  • Wal Mart

  • Wanaque Public Schools


Mr. Keith Kelley

The Senior Options Program is an interactive learning partnership through which students increase, in depth and scope, their knowledge and abilities in a select area of study under the guidance of the Senior Options Coordinator as well as a mentor on their internship site. The success of each student is based on that individual actively participating in an area of interest that they wish to pursue as a possible career post high school. Different mentors approach this in different ways. Some mentors prepare a special project specifically designed for the student to develop his/her skills. Others bring the student into an ongoing project that may require the student to either work in collaboration with other colleagues or to work independently on one aspect of the project, which the student is capable of undertaking with minimal supervision. In general, internships in the business community include the intern’s participation in professionally related activities. The internship may be in any discipline or involve any profession; however, it is mandatory that the student be an active participant in activities related to the field of study. Students are placed on non-paid internships in the community for 3-5 days a week. These internships match the student’s career plan that is developed in the course component.