• Work-Based Learning

What is Work-Based Learning

  • Work-Based Learning is an integral component of our Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. Through meaningful partnerships with local businesses and organizations, our CTE students embark on transformative internships. These hands-on experiences empower students to develop practical skills and insights directly relevant to their chosen career paths, setting them on a path toward success in the workforce.

Learning About Work

  • Career Awareness

    Grades 6-12

    Our students engage with professionals across diverse career sectors, an initiative aimed at expanding their understanding of various job roles. This engagement encourages students to consider a range of future career possibilities and set their post-education objectives.

    Experiences may include:

    • Career Fairs
    • Guest Speakers
    • Volunteerism


Learning Through Work

  • Career Exploration

    Grades 10-12

    Students explore and enhance their growing skills and interests as they consider future careers. They acquire specialized abilities essential for hands-on learning within their selected field and keep assessing options for further education and career objectives.

    Experiences may include:

    • Industry Mentored Project
    • Informational Interview
    • Job Shadowing
    • Mentorship


Learning For Work

  • Career Exploration

    Grade 12

    Students are equipped for higher education and future career paths by applying their academic knowledge in real-world scenarios relevant to their chosen vocational paths. They showcase their abilities and gain crucial employment skills through productive teamwork with diverse colleagues and clients. Additionally, students can pursue industry-recognized certifications, where relevant, to bolster their professional credentials.

    Experiences may include:

    • Internships
    • Practicum Experiences
    • Service Learning
    • Student-Operated Businesses

WBL Staff

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