The following is a list of Work Based Learning Resources

Alcoa, The Dow Chemical Company and Siemens USA–formed a coalition to build apprenticeship models and created an instructional playbook for other U.S.-based companies seeking to develop work based learning apprenticeship programs. Click here to download

Utah State Board of Education

The Utah State Board of Education has a number of work based learning resources.  Since the 1990s, an interest in using the community effectively in the classroom has grown. The Utah State Legislature recognizes the value Work-Based Learning experiences have in a student’s education and has allocated ongoing funding for this program. You can download their WBL flyer here.  The education boards wbl web site can be found here

Washington Board of Education

Washington State Board of Education has a work site learning manual that can be found here.  The Washington State Board of Education Work Based Learning Page can be found here

Stanford offers some insights into work based learning and how it relates to linked learning.  It provides examples found in the bay area and San Francisco.  You can find their study here

Public Schools of North Carolina

North Carolina offers a list of benefits of work based learning for students, employers, schools, and communities.  Their page can be found here