WBL Mission and Vision
The mission of the Work-Based Learning Program is to assist in providing a highly trained, technologically sophisticated and career oriented young work force. This is accomplished by developing partnerships between business, industry, students, parents, school systems, coordinators, post-secondary institutions, and registered apprenticeships which will lead the participating student into meaningful careers. SCCPSS has over 500 students enrolled in Work Based Learning opportunities each year.
The vision of the Work-Based Learning Program includes:
- Creating a seamless transition from career-oriented courses in High School to post-secondary education, credentials, and a successful career.
- Opportunity for students to develop strong employability skills (soft skills) that will make them desired employees.
- Application of the technical skills learned in related coursework while working in real life employment situations.
Learn more about Georgia's Work-Based Learning Program Here
Contact our local SCCPSS WBL Team:
SCCPSS WBL/YAP Coordinator – Ronald Aikens
Beach High School- Paulette Moore
Building Bridges – Keith Foard
Early College – Timothy Sheppard
Groves high School – Dr. Chastity Williams-Lasley
Islands High School - Anjeanette Gross
Jenkins High School– Linda Graham
Johnson High School – Anitra Williams
New Hampstead – Ronald Aikens
Savannah Arts Academy – Dr. Willis Blake
Savannah High School – Latoya Kelly Murray
Savannah-Chatham E-Learning Academy – Jennifer Turner
Windsor Forest High School – Dr. Lakeindra Byno or Nicole Williams
Woodville Tompkins – Jeffrey Robinson