Work-Based Learning

  • Work-Based Learning (WBL) represents the pinnacle of the Career-Related Education experience. There are several opportunities for students to participate in Work-Based Learning. These opportunities include Cooperative Education, Internship, Youth Apprenticeship, and Clinical Experiences. 

    Students must have a defined pathway in order to participate. This is especially important for the successful application of a student’s pathway because each job placement is directly related to the curriculum of the classes completed or in which the student is currently enrolled.

    Work-Based Learning is an extension of the high school classroom learning in a non-traditional laboratory setting. It is an opportunity to apply what the student has learned in a real-world setting.

    Learn more about Georgia House Bill 402 - The Law on Worker's Compensation Insurance and Discounts for Work-Based Learning Students.

    Benefits of Work-Based Learning

    Work-Based Learning Instructors 

    Dr. Tiffany Wheeler

    Eagle’s Landing High School 

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    Gail Chapman

    Luella High School

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    Joey Di Nino

    Ola High School

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    Deborah Gilliam

    Stockbridge High School

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    Rod Pipkin

    Locust Grove High School

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    Melissa Roberts

    Hampton High School

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    Regina Shepard

    Academy for Advanced Studies 

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    Rudolph Tabares 

    Woodland High School

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    Kathy Spivey

    Union Grove High School

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    Laura Kinchen

    Dutchtown High School

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    For more information about Work-Based Learning (WBL) or the Youth Apprenticeship Program (YAP) in Henry County Schools, please contact Dr. Yvette Dupree at yvette.dupree@henry.k12.ga.us, CTAE Supervisor/ YAP Coordinator. 

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