Work-based learning

Work-Based Learning allows students to apply classroom theories to practical situations, to explore career options, and to pursue personal goals. Ultimately, students may participate in Work-Based Learning opportunities such as internships and clinical experiences within our local businesses and industries for an average of 6 hours per week while earning high school credit. Our Work-Based Learning students are juniors and seniors from both Dickson County High School and Creek Wood High School.

CREEK WOOD HIGH SCHOOL

GAYLE BURTON

VERONICA WALTON

DICKSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

GAYLE BURTON

NIKKI AKINS

WORK-BASED LEARNING ASSISTANT

CTE DISTRICT DIRECTOR

RAY LECOMTE