Course Management Schedule

Work-Based Learning Course-Management Schedule

I. Step One:  Look for a job [you do and we do], interview, get the job.

II. When you get the job:
 Advise WBL Office immediately/Set Appointment with WBL Coordinator
 Register for WBL course

Essential WBL Elements

IMMEDIATELY
AFTER
REGISTERING: 
Carefully review Handbook
Contact Faculty Advisor as soon as possible:  Verify what final
product is required:  report/presentation, etc. 
WEEK ONE
ON THE JOB: 
Complete Learning Agreement Goals and turn them in
to your Faculty Advisor
EACH WEEK:  Keep a log of job activities and skills used
DURING THE
SEMESTER:
Attend a mandatory Work Place Success Seminar
[Date and Time:  TBA]
MID-WORK TERM:  YOU set up a Site Visit between you and your Faculty Advisor and your Supervisor 
WEEK
before
FINALS: 

Turn in to your Faculty Advisor:

  1. Final Report (or whatever your Advisor 
  2. Completed Log Book
  3. Two Evaluations:  yours and your employer's
    It helps to offer your employer an envelope in which to place the evaluation.  It can be sealed, and you can turn it in with your paperwork.

Important: 
Work-Based Learning offers you the opportunity for a head start in your professional development.  Therefore, professional quality work is expected.  You must take the initiative on all assignments.  They must be completed on time and be of professional quality.  Good Luck!

 

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