• Work-based learning (WBL) is an educational strategy that provides students with real-life work experiences where they can apply academic and technical skills and develop employability skills. The concept of work-based learning has been in practice for centuries and is an integral part of the Career and Technical Education system.

    Work-based learning experiences occur in a work setting, typically at an employer's worksite. The work-based learning activities are coordinated with school-based activities in an attempt to show students the "why" of what they are learning. Work-based learning strategies provide career awareness, career exploration opportunities, career planning activities, and help students reach competencies such as positive work attitudes and employability skills.

    Examples include:

    - Apprenticeships

    - Internships

    - Job Shadowing

    - Field Trips

    If you are interested in a work based learning experience please contact  Mrs. Ellen Machado- WorkBased Learning Coordinator for Hickory Ridge High School





Last Modified on July 20, 2021