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.
To provide educational and occupational experiences for students that will assist them in becoming productive citizens in the community.
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.
Would you like the opportunity to gain real-world work experience? Would you like to learn more about your chosen career field? Would you like to earn high school credit while working in your career field? If you answered "yes" to these questions, then Work-Based Learning may be just the program for you.
How do you get started?
For additional information or to get a Work-Based Learning application, please visit the Career Center at
your high school.
Dr. Jennifer Wood
Work-Based Learning Coordinator - AHS
Work-Based Learning Coordinator - WBHS