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2 This PowerPoint contains embedded audio. This beginning slide also contains embedded sound, if the audio does not begin, be sure to check your audio settings. Narrations will begin for each slide as you click through the PowerPoint. Before you begin…

3 An overview of Work-Based Learning in Wisconsin Work-Based Learning

4 Quality Programs in Wisconsin

5 Work-Based Learning Overview School Supervised available for middle and high school students Characteristics Paid or unpaid State or local certificate High school and/or post secondary credit Required work hours or volunteer Administered by school, work, or community organization One year or multiple year Content of programs

6 WBL Options & Definitions Volunteer/Service Learning Job Shadowing Other Supervised Work Experience – School-Based Enterprise – Entrepreneurship – Supervised Agricultural Experiences Youth Leadership Skill Certificate Program Employability Skills Certificate Program State Certified Co-op Youth Apprenticeship WBL Definitions/Options WBL Options

7 State-Level – State credential earned – Industry-endorsed competencies Local-Level – Local credential earned – Compliments local programs Wisconsin Work-Based Learning

8 Active participation of educators, employees, labor, students, parents, and appropriate agency and community representatives. Development of learning and workplace competencies. Motivation to stay in school. Improvement of student grades. Improvement in student employability. Increased awareness of nontraditional career opportunities. Help for students in identifying Career Pathways. Work-Based Learning in the Spotlight

9 Program Area Number of Registered Programs Number of Schools with Registered Students Number of Registered Students Assistant Child Care Teacher ,164 Co-op: Agriculture17626 Co-op: Business and Information Technology Co-op: Construction922 Co-op: Electronics600 Co-op: FCE - Child Services Co-op: FCE - Family And Community Services11226 Co-op: FCE - Food Services Co-op: Health Services318 Co-op: Marketing Employability Skills155901,131 Infant/Toddler Youth Leadership State Certified Skill Standards Data Stats 11-12

10 To implement WBL

11 Work-Based Learning State Certified Skill Standards Programs Resources & Registration

12 Thank You! Sara Baird Career Pathways Consultant Department of Public Instruction


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