It’s common knowledge that students learn better in a hands-on setting. Learning in the classroom, while critical, always works best when supplemented with real-world experience. Industry tours, internships and job shadows raise genuine interest from students and excite them about their futures. This is why New Hampshire educators are committed to work-based learning, a process that allows students to learn by doing.
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Complement the classroom learning experience and increase career readiness
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Collaborate with industry partners to develop real-world, practical learning experiences
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Create on-the-job training for a versatile and knowledgeable workforce
Angela didn’t want to gather an excessive amount of debt in pursuit of gaining the skills she needed to pursue her dream.
Zach didn’t think college was a realistic possibility. He wanted a career that would let him help people.