Work-Based Learning (WBL) is a planned and structured authentic learning experience that is closely connected to business and industry. These quality experiences can include internships, service learning, school-based enterprises, and industry projects, and students may earn work-based learning hours in their CTE classrooms and schools as well as outside-of-school. Work-based learning opportunities provide students at Ponaganset with the chance to participate in real-world or simulated work experiences where they will be able to develop and apply academic, technical and essential (professional) skills. Students who are enrolled in CTE programs must complete a minimum of 80 hours of approved work-based learning experiences over the course of the program
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CTE Board of Trustees WBL Advisory Board Criteria- Work-Based Learning Criteria and Resources
PrepareRI Work-Based Learning Toolkit - Work-Based Learning Toolkit
Please click here to see the Governor's Workforce Board Work-based Learning Activities and Standards