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Work-Based Learning Overview

The Work-Based Learning Program is designed to bring together the components necessary for a successful career:  Education and Experience. This program allows students the opportunity to receive "real world" work experience while gaining high school credit.

Mission:

To provide educational and occupational experiences for students that will assist them in becoming productive citizens in the community.

Goal:

To provide students the opportunity to receive both academic and occupational experiences in the world of work that will increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities for further education and employment.

Objectives:

  • To allow students to receive occupational experience in business/industries related to the career focus of the work-based learning program and the student's career objectives.
  • To allow students to develop positive attitudes and work habits for job placement.
  • To allow students to develop work ethics, salable skills, and knowledge necessary for successful careers.
  • To allow students to develop self-confidence, maturity, and a feeling of achievement.
  • To permit students to participate in academic and occupational experiences in businesses/industries that cannot be duplicated in the classroom.
  • To provide opportunities for students to apply knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to real life situations.
  • To improve business/industry/school relationships.
  • To motivate students to excel in all educational pursuits.
  • To give students an opportunity to improve communication skills.
  • To expand students' knowledge of available occupations, employment requirements, and working conditions.
  • To provide students an opportunity for a smooth transition into further education and the work force.

Upcoming Events

October 6
October 6

BOE Meeting

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

October 9