Extensive research demonstrates that work-based learning can be instrumental in building students’ academic, technical and employability skills while promoting career awareness and network-building. Like all forms of educational intervention, work-based learning has critical success factors that unleash value. This guide will help teachers, students, businesses and community partners develop and manage programs to maximum student benefit.
Some of the benefits of work-based learning for schools include the opportunity to:
Planning and Organizing Resources
The whole CTE family wants to make sure that all of the great work that is done is accounted for. There are a lot of great efforts around work-based learning that happen at the school level and CTE wants to make sure your school gets credit for it. Please use the button below to submit work-based learning experiences that are not organized by the Partnership Development team.
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Our Team of Partnership Development Liaisons are here to guide our partners though working with CTE. Each liaison works with specific industry clusters to make sure that they are provided for.
Information Technology & STEM
Senior Manager, Workforce and Partnership Development
Partnership Development Strategist