Work-Based Learning

Chip Whitt
Mr. Whitt
Youth Apprenticeship
Administrative Support Technology (Business)
  • Cooper Power Systems
  • Velux
  • CPW
  • Greenwood Genetic Center (Science/Business) 
  • LONZA 
  • Greenwood Metropolitan District (Environmental Science/Business) 
Industrial Manufacturing
  • Greenwood Mills
Auto Collision Repair Technology 4
  • Varies by student
Automotive Technology 4
  • Ballentine Toyota Service Center
  • Ballentine Ford Service Center
  • Private shops vary by student
Building Construction 3
  • Uldrick Builders
  • Impresa Building Systems
Culinary Arts 3
  • Self Regional Healthcare
  • Sports Break Grill
  • Break on the Lake
  • Wesley Commons
  • District 50
The Youth Apprentice will work in a local business/industry in the area. An employee of the local business/industry will supervise the student and serve as a mentor. Students work three hours per school day and are paid for their work. This course is a competency-based Work-Based Learning program.
Students will be selected through an application and interview process.
SelfVeluxUldrick Builders
Impresa Building System
Business Management and Administration - Work-Based Credit
Business Work-Based Credit is a program designed for 11th and 12th grade students who wish to receive work experience in a competency-based job. This program will be planned and supervised by the school and the sponsoring business. The work experience will enhance the student's education and employability skills. Before being accepted into the course, the student must complete an application and attend a mandatory meeting prior to the beginning of the semester.
Prerequisites: Approval of Work-Based Learning Coordinator and verification of employment by employer. It is strongly recommended that the Work-Based Learning (WBL) opportunity connects to the student’s IGP cluster.