Work-based learning gives students the opportunity to learn a variety of skills by expanding the walls of the classroom to include the community.
Under the guidance of adult mentors, students learn a variety of skills in hands-on career development experiences.
Work-based learning curriculum is integrated and grade-appropriate at all levels of education.
Awareness: In grades K-5, students are introduced to a multitude of careers.
Exploration: In Grades 6-7, students explore career options in particular fields.
Orientation: In Grades 8-10, students become oriented to specific careers through job fairs, job shadowing and guest speakers.
Preparation: In Grades 11-12, students prepare for a career of their choosing through internships, apprenticeships, clinical work experiences and cooperative work experiences.
Current Cooperating Employers
Student Success Stories
For the Student/Employee
For the Mentor/Employer