Work-Based Learning integrates high school courses, technical skills, and career goals through real-world work experiences. Through work-based learning experiences, students merge theory with practical work experience in jobs with local business partners.
- Businesses benefit through access to an applicant pool who are interested, qualified, career-oriented, and have technical skills training.
- Students benefit from real-world application of the academic, employability, and technical skills learned in school.
- Communities benefit from strong relationships between businesses and schools. Through active exchanges, educators better understand employers’ needs and employers contribute to the technical skills development of the community’s workforce.
- Instructional strategies provide career awareness, career exploration, career planning, employability skills training, and support as students integrate school with work.
Juniors or seniors interested in the WBL program may complete an application by selecting the link below.
We want to develop partnerships with business and industry to assist in providing a highly trained, technologically sophisticated, and career oriented young work force.
For additional information about the Work Based Learning program, please watch the short video clip below featuring Gov. Nathan Deal and State Superintendent Mr. Richard Woods.
The Work Based Learning Mentor Handbook contains more specific information for potential partners with our program. Please contact Dr. Lea Folds, Work Based Learning Coordinator for more specific information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org