Work-Based Learning

We offer Work-Based Learning (WBL) at Howell Cheney Technical High School as a way for students to gain real-world experience, work in teams, solve problems and meet employer expectations.

It takes place during the school day and students not only receive credit toward their career technology, but also get paid. Through partnerships with local companies, students gain hands-on career development experiences that will help them through the transition from school to work.

Work Based Learning Policy

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Electrical WBL: Dylan Barkasy

HVAC WBL: Zachary Morin

HVAC WBL: Lucas Figela, Brandon Garcia, Logan Harrison, and Cameron Saucier

HVAC WBL: Brendan Medeiros

HVAC WBL: Cameron Grondin

Electrical WBL: David Brisard

Electrical WBL: Devin Sanchez

Electrical WBL: Steven Lavoie

Electrical WBL: Justin Gluck

Electrical WBL: Patrick Brady

Electrical WBL: Jordan Plefka

Welding WBL: Enrique Ochoa – Stairs and Steel LLC

Welding WBL: Dillon Hepton – Stairs and Steel LLC

Welding WBL: Brandon Hunter – MB Aerospace

Welding WBL: Jenna Czaja – AMK Welding

Welding WBL: Evan Thibodeau – All Waste INC

Welding WBL: Logan Godreau – Advanced Performance Glass

Please visit our district’s Work-Based Learning page to learn more about our WBL program offerings and policies.

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