Work-based Learning and Internships
Work-Based Learning (WBL) gives students the opportunity to learn a varity of skills by expanding the walls of classroom learning to include the community. By narrowing the gap between theory and practice, Work-Based Learning creates meaning for students.
WBL provides opporutnities for students to learn a variety of skills through rigorous academic preparation with hands-on career development experiences. Under the guidance of adult mentors, students learn to work in teams, solve problems, and meet employer's expectations.
Work-based Learning instructors:
Sky View High School: Kaye Dawn Falselv (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Green Canyon High School: Tracey Jenson (email@example.com)
Mountain Crest High School: David Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ridgeline High School: Sherry Crosbie (email@example.com)
CTE Internships provide on the job training opportunities that are directly related to a career goal and course of study identified through the College and Career Ready Plan. Therefore, a student must have taken or currently be enrolled in a CTE class related to the internship opportunity. This Work-Based Learning experience is designed to bridge the gap between school and work. Appropriate supervision by a school/district coordinator must be maintained.