As a first step, students can start writing a resume and practicing their interview skills.
If a work-based learning experience is approved, the Work-Based Learning Training Agreement and Evaluation will need to be completed.
Completing a work-based learning experience is a career-readiness qualifier. In addition, students will also receive a graduation cord for their achievement.
WBL Student Job List: The student job list posts positions that businesses have contacted us about seeking students and providing them with a work-based learning experience. Only SDPC email addresses can access the WBL Student Job List.
Businesses who want to post an internship, co-op, and/or job on the SDPC WBL Student Job List should use the WBL Student Job List | Business Entry to provide the information needed to be posted.
WBL Documentation of Hours Worked: A minimum of 40 hours is required to qualify for a work-based learning experience. Students can turn in documentation from the worksite or use this timesheet to document their hours. Students should "Make a copy" of their own. Only SDPC email addresses can access the WBL Documentation of Hours Worked timesheet.
South Carolina Occupational Information System (SCOIS) provides a vast array of career development resources to public K-12 schools free of charge.
Work-Based Learning Experiences and Activities
SDPC offers students in grades 6th-12th a continuum of work-based learning opportunities.
Career-Ready Qualifying WBL Experiences
Job Shadowing (On-Site & Virtual)
Cooperative Education (CO-OP)