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Georgia Work-Based Learning

Is a work-based learning program right for your business?

The Georgia Work-Based Learning Program assists businesses with building a highly trained, technologically sophisticated and career oriented young work force. Our goal is to assist in the creation of a strong support structure between local employers, students and schools. Work-Based Learning supplies talent to address industry workforce shortage needs. We promote an industry-driven system where employers set occupational skills standards, collaborate on curriculum, provide work experience and certify mastery of skills. Focus on the future with Georgia Work-Based Learning.

August 2021
Students Get Paid While They Get Their Education

Super Lawn Technologies, a manufacturing company in middle Georgia, experiences huge success through the first ever Work Based Learning partnership with local schools. Learn how they have given energetic and smart students a chance to gain valuable work experience while getting paid.

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“Without support from the WBL coordinators who really KNOW the kids...we may not have as much success.”

Tony Bass, Founder Super Lawn Technologies

500+

WBL & YAP Coordinators

31,919

2021-22 Students Served

23,979

Participating Employers

$128,085,451

2020 Wages Earned by WBL Students

381

Participating Schools

Employers benefit from Work-Based Learning Programs

Our local Work Based Learning program provides sharp, professional students who are talented and eager to learn. We use WBL participants as part of our intern program and enjoy how readily they integrate with our team. It is wonderful to have this resource in our community for creating career paths that benefit small businesses with a work-ready work force to recruit locally from.

Tamara Siragusa E-Marketing Director, Cogentes

Student Success Stories: Kaylee & Eric

This is what building a workforce pipeline from local talent looks like! Brasfield & Gorrie have now started hosting two MHS high school interns through the Work-Based Learning - Youth Apprenticeship Program. Meet Kaylee an IB Career Pathway candidate in architecture. She is assigned to the Virtual Construction & Design department and Eric an engineering and computer science pathway student is assigned to a field project manager.

Both are in a paid hybrid position which will consist of in office/on-site and home.

Remeber catch the talent while in high school. Once our kids graduate they are out in the big wide world. At that point you have lost them. It's hard to connect and support their journey to a career when you can't connect.

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Join the over eleven thousand employers in Georgia investing in the Work-Based Learning Program today.

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