Work-based Learning (WBL) is the meaningful connection to bridge academic course work with in-demand career opportunities. WBL opportunities allow students to directly apply skills learned in the classroom to future career opportunities. WBL bridges the gap between high schools, post-secondary education, and the workforce.
An internship is a supervised work experience related to the student's academic program and career intentions. Internships typically involve entry-level tasks and responsibilites related to the base of skills developed in the classroom.
Sinclair interns have proven to be a valuable resource in the region, both before and after graduation. Internships are a valuable tool to build a pipeline of talented candidates; test drive potential employees to ensure a good cultural fit; and help to provide a fresh perspective with innovative ideas and creative thinking.