• The Work-Based Learning Program

    Ms. Baggott, SEHS Work-Based Learning Coordinator
    Ms. Baggott,
    SEHS Work-Based Learning Coordinator

    Ms. Griffin, ECHS Work-Based Learning Coordinator
    Ms. Griffin,
    ECHS Work-Based Learning Coordinator

     

    • Work-based learning is a work-based program for Juniors and Seniors that is supervised by a school coordinator and matches the student’s career pathway. 
    • Students must have completed at least one class in a CTAE pathway.
    • WBL allows students to leave school early to go to work or come in late to school from work; whichever way works well with their schedule.
    • Students must have a driver’s license, parking permit, and health insurance.
    • Students receive school credit and can be in a paid or unpaid internship.
    • Students must complete an application, secure teacher recommendations, complete a resume, and meet system eligibility requirements.
    • Students gain extensive hands-on experience in a pathway concentration area and work with a mentor who can provide valuable insight into career path.
    • WBL gives students the opportunity to transition form school to work.
    • The WBL program may be the decisive factor in determining future carrer.

     

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Last Modified on April 16, 2021