Work-based Learning (WBL)
Work-based learning (WBL) consists of a range of activities where students learn and develop workplace skills. Through WBL, students progress from awareness and exploration to career preparation and training. Typically, WBL experiences become more sophisticated as students develop more skills. These experiences include professional guest speakers, field trips, job shadows, service learning, internships, pre-apprenticeships, and competitions, among others.
Over the past seven years, the Eden Area ROP has enjoyed a strong working partnership with the Hayward, Castro Valley/Eden Area, and San Leandro Chambers of Commerce. They have helped introduce teachers and students to community partners who have helped students learn about careers, work opportunities, and job skills.
The Eden Area ROP coordinates WBL for our Hayward Center students as well as for career & technical education (CTE) pathway students at our partner district high schools.
- Alameda County Sheriff's Office
- Build California
- California State University, East Bay (CSUEB)
- City of Hayward
- City of San Leandro
- East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD)
- FACES of the FUTURE
- Hayward Fire Department
- Hayward Police Department
- St. Rose Hospital
- Swinerton Construction
Partner with us!
Train potential employees to industry standards and build a diverse school-to-work pipeline
Provide industry feedback, thereby students will have the necessary skills entering the workforce
Help develop the local economy by producing a well prepared & trained workforce
To learn more, please contact Jayne Salinger at email@example.com.