Work Based Learning

  • Work-Based Learning activities extend the classroom into the workplace, connecting knowledge and skills to a student's future career.  These activities can  include guest speakers, field trips, job shadows, school-based enterprises, and internships.

    Worksite Learning is a subset of Work-Based learning and is usually more structured and comprehensive. 

    All Worksite Learning is categorized as either Instructional or Cooperative and with both, students may be able to earn high school credits.

 Worksite Learning Programs

    1. Cooperative Worksite Learning (WSL) allows students to apply classroom knowledge, learn new workplace skills, and earn high school credit. Students can earn 0.5 CTE credit = 180 hours of work (1.0 CTE credit = 360 hours for a job you're already doing. Students will meet with their Worksite learning coordinator, submit copies of paystubs and focus on learning objectives while they work. 
      • To participate, students must be at least 16 years old, be employed and have passed or be currently enrolled in a Career and Technical Education (CTE) class. This is available at all high schools!

      • Fill out the interest form. Online Interest Form

        Watch the video below to learn more:

        Worksite Learning Experience

    2. Instructional Worksite Learning (WSL) is a learning experience embedded within the Career Choices course. Career choices (a semester-long course offered to grade 11 and 12 students) helps students identify career goals, prepare an employment portfolio and explore career options.

      It is offered at all high schools for 0.5 CTE or elective credits.

    3. Everett Career Link - A summer cooperative worksite learning opportunity available to high school students, by application only. There are three programs; Career Exploration, Mentorship, and Internship.

      You can earn 0.5 CTE credit and a job is not needed. 

      Learn more at Everett Career Link

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