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Work-Based Learning Benefits

To the Students:

  • Establishes a clear connection between education and work.
  • Increases motivation and retention by showing the relevance of academic and occupational instruction.
  • Provides opportunities to explore possible careers and enhances skill development.
  • Develops workplace responsibility and positive work habits and attitudes.
  • Encourages completion of secondary education and enrollment in post secondary education.
  • Provides opportunities for leadership development.

To the Business and Industry:

  • Provides an opportunity to prepare future employees.
  • Offers a source of skilled and motivated future employees.
  • Offers an opportunity to provide community services.
  • Increases employer visibility in education.
  • Provides an opportunity to communicate required job-specific skills to educational personnel.

To the School:

  • Keeps academic and occupational curricula up-to-date through communication with business and industry.
  • Provides access to the latest equipment and technology.
  • Enhances education's ability to meet the needs of diverse student populations.
  • Makes education more relevant and valuable to students.
  • Promotes faculty interaction with the business community.
  • Facilitates communication regarding actual academic and occupational proficiencies required by business and industry.

To the Community:

  • Provides an informed, competent, and productive future workforce.
  • Ensures cooperation and understanding between education, business, and the community.
  • Enhances awareness of local employment opportunities.
  • Builds the foundation for a more productive local economy

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