Work-based learning at OABCIG High School

by Kari Hadden

School-to-Career

coordinator

For many years, OABCIG High School has provided the opportunity for seniors to take advantage of work-based learning opportunities.

Work-based learning programs are structured educational programs designed to utilize employer and community experiences to help students learn about potential careers as well as gain experience in basic workplace skills. 

By providing opportunities for students to see the connection between classroom content and potential careers, work-based learning helps students make informed decisions about their life goals, so they can leave high school ready for college and careers.  

 

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