The initiative is part of the national "What's Your Goal?" programme run by Football League sponsor npower and delivered by The Football League Trust.
It's designed to give students across the country the chance to experience work life in the football industry.
The job roles MFC are offering are:
· Business manager
· Community manager
· Community coach
· Club shop manager
· Stadium shop manager
The five placements are on offer to any Year 10 or 11 students, who can apply for the roles by filling in an application form, which is also available online.
As part of Boro's in-school session, local youngsters will be shown how to complete an application form and encouraged to apply for one of five sought-after four-day placements, which will take place during the Easter holidays
The career-focused lessons will take place between now and February. The closing date to apply for work experience at Middlesbrough FC is March 1.
Clare McDougall, head of community and education for npower, said: "Clubs have a range of exciting roles on offer so there's a real opportunity for youngsters to get a valuable insight into what it's like to work in the world of football."Schools interested in receiving a careers session from the club should contact project worker Liam Watson by email at Liam.Watson@mfcp.co.uk or by phone on 07500 937532.
To find out more about "What's Your Goal?", please visitwww.npower.com/whatsyourgoal or follow @FL_Trust on Twitter.