Work-Based Learning (WBL) is an educational program that combines classroom instruction with practical work experience that is directly related to a program of study. Through the interaction of academic coursework and work experience, Students can enhance their academic knowledge, personal development, and career readiness.
- What is Work-Based Learning (WBL) and how is it different from an after school job with a work permit?
- Why is WBL a great academic option for students?
- How many class periods may I have of WBL?
- What type of credit is earned and what type of grade will I receive?
- How is WBL evaluated?
- What are the steps to getting WBL in my course requests for next semester or the next academic school year?
- Is there an application process for WBL?
- What if I have a place of employment already that I am working at, can it be my WBL placement?
- Is there a certain grade level attainment requirement for WBL?
- Is WBL only designed for general education students?