Workforce Continuing Education (WCE) Work-Based Learning (WBL) Opportunities

Workforce Continuing Education (WCE) Work-Based Learning(WBL) involves the development of job skills and an opportunity for career exploration by providing the student with work experience that is coordinated with the educational program.

Work-Based Learning may include paid or unpaid internship, pre-apprenticeship, registered apprenticeship, and practicums required for a state-regulated or industry-recognized credential.

Student Eligibility

WBL Students must meet the following criteria:

  • Age and employment as determined by the class and employer
  • Enrollment in a related WCE course
  • Completion a minimum of 48 instructional hours prior to entering WBL experience
  • Submission of an application for placement in a WBL course
  • Meets job specific requirements

All WCE WBL learning experiences must consistently relate to the WCE course expectations.


  1. Application
  2. Agreement
  3. Activity Report
  4. Job Description and Learning Objectives
  5. Employer Consultation Form
  6. Employer Evaluation
  7. Time Report
  8. Complete Packet