Through the CHS Work-Based Learning Program, Clare was able to grow her experience and apply her skills in the real world as a marketing intern with the City of Carmel.
Isaac Hammett found his passion through his internship as a project manager Skillman Corporation.
Jasmine interned with the Splenda marketing team at the Heartland Food Products Group corporate headquarters in Carmel.
Cole worked at Reynolds Farm Equipment as an automotive services intern.
A work-based learning (WBL) experience connects a student with a local business who assigns meaningful and authentic career-related experiences. View this PDF to learn more about the WBL program at CHS.
This presentation will provide more information about career pathways and how they prepare students for work-based learning opportunities.
If you would like to serve as a mentor in the Work-Based Learning program, please fill out this form.
If you would like to learn more about our Work-Based Learning program, please click the link below to set up a meeting with Chard Reid, the Work-Based Learning Coordinator.
Carmel High School offers students a wide variety of career pathways. Click the link below for a comprehensive list of options.
The school, student, and workplace mentor create a training plan to guide the student’s WBL experience.
Because work-based learning occurs throughout the community, students must have signed permission slips on file with Mr. Reid prior to their WBL experience.
During your internship, you may encounter confidential information. All students must sign a confidentiality agreement before their first day on the job.