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Expanding Work-Based Learning Experiences

Work-based learning (WBL) is an educational strategy for students and educators to put theory into practice with real-life work experiences. Work-based learning can vary from job shadowing & internships to simulations & mentoring. It allows students to explore various career paths.

 

 

Examples:

Teachers@Work-Twin Counties is a unique professional development opportunity for local educators to connect classroom to workplace.  Educators complete a paid one week summer externship in local companies.

 

 

 

Student Internships & Apprenticeships

S.T.E.P. actively works to support and expand work-based opportunities for students in Edgecombe and Nash counties.