Want to Offer Internships At Your School? A Tool To Make It EasierNovember 1st, 2018
At New Harmony High School we’re proud to be partners with Big Picture Learning and their recently designed platform, Imblaze. Check out the link below to learn more!
Work-based opportunities are becoming more popular in many high schools as educators and parents look for ways to connect academic learning to real-world work. States like Vermont and New Hampshire already have work-based learning pathways at the state level, and voters in cities like Oakland have approved money to expand “linked learning.” Internships are also emerging as a way to help low-income students develop professional networks like those more affluent students have access to through family connections and community.