Work Based Learning
To prepare a dynamic workforce for the future of Michigan, students need to be exposed to as many career options as early as possible. CTE students refine their career goals through coursework consistent with their career interest area, contextual learning, and career preparation while meeting academic and technical standards. The goal of Work Based Learning (WBL) experiences for CTE student learners is to provide more advanced real-world experiences that help students link their educational decisions to career options.
Phone: (517) 768-5211
Mr. Ron Richards
Mr. Richards works with students and members of industry in the following programs:
Agriscience, Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Technology, Careers in Education, Construction, Cosmetology, Esthetics, Culinary Arts, Dental Occupations, Healthcare Technician I & II, Sales & Marketing, Transition to Work, and Visual Communications.
Phone: (517) 768-5169
Ms. Robin Hammer
Ms. Hammer works with students and members of industry in the following programs:
Army JROTC, CIT: Networking & Cybersecurity, CIT: Programming, Engineering, Firefighting, Law Enforcement, Manufacturing Technologies and Welding.