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Work-based Learning

Work-based Learning Overview

Work-based Learning (WBL) is the meaningful connection to bridge academic course work with in-demand career opportunities. WBL opportunities allow students to directly apply skills learned in the classroom to future career opportunities.  WBL bridges the gap between high schools, post-secondary education, and the workforce.

Information for Students

An internship is a supervised work experience related to the student's academic program and career intentions. Internships typically involve entry-level tasks and responsibilities related to the base of skills developed in the classroom.

Frequently asked questions regarding internships

Next Steps for Students

  1. Complete the Student Application.
  2. Schedule an appointment with the Office of Work-based Learning.
  3. Prepare a resume.

Information for Employers

Sinclair interns have proven to be a valuable resource in the region, both before and after graduation. Internships are a valuable tool to build a pipeline of talented candidates; test drive potential employees to ensure a good cultural fit; and help to provide a fresh perspective with innovative ideas and creative thinking. 

More information on how to post an internship position with the Office of Work-based Learning

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Recharging the local economy
one intern at a time.

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