• Create and sustain long-lasting relationships between employers and school-based staff focused on developing career pathways to facilitate annual work-based learning activities across the Career Development Continuum.

    Work-Based Learning Activities

    The following activities are being tracked and measured:

    • Setting up data systems to track and increase access to work-based learning
    • Developing industry and labor partnership and engagement (e.g. capacity, partnerships)
    • Providing supportive services, coaching, mentoring and/or supervision to students in accessing and completing work-based learning experiences
    • Funding to implement WBL activities (e.g. cost of field trips/site visits, internships)

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