Work-Based Learning Coordinators assist students and graduates with employment through school-to-work transition programs and job development. In order to accomplish this goal, a close working relationship must be maintained with business and industry in Bay, Arenac, and surrounding counties.
Students have the opportunity to experience unique job-related situations through these partnerships. These on-the-job training opportunities may include:
- Mentorships - Three week work experience exposes students to realistic job situations.
- Internships - Long-term opportunities for students to complete their training on the job.
- Less-Than-Class-Size - On the job training in technical program areas not offered at the Career Center.
- Apprenticeships - Employer-sponsored training program leading to a transferable certification from the U.S. Department of Apprenticeship and Training.
- Part-time Employment - Area business and industry.
- Full-time Employment - Areas business and industry.
Click the Mentorship/Internship/Less-Than-Class-Size Navigation Button on the left to read more about each of these opportunities and statistics from the Career Center.
wORK-BASED LEARNING COORDINATORS
BENEFITS FOR BUSINESSES
- Impact curriculum development by becoming an advisory board members.
- Provide students with actual work-site experiences.
- Communicate to the community the need for a highly skilled skilled work force.
- Promoted both Career Center and post-secondary educational opportunities.
- Register your employment needs with the Career Center's Work-Based Learning Coordinators.
BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS
- Learn skills that meet business and industry needs.
- Demonstrate skills through actual on-the-job experiences.
Prepare for high-wage skilled employment.