Work-Based Learning FAQs
First, check Eligibility Criteria/Approved Programs to make sure you are enrolled in one of the approved programs and that you meet the criteria for participation. If you are eligible, your next step is to submit an application by the deadline for the semester that you plan to enroll in Work-Based Learning.
Check out Step 4 on Steps to Apply. The Career Services Office can assist you in your job search. In addition to Wake Tech’s online job board, operated by Handshake, you may also learn about employment opportunities by attending career fairs, information nights hosted by employers on campus and classroom presentations given by local employer partners. Often, departments post special announcements in Blackboard classes to make students aware of special employer events and job postings on Handshake.
Career Services offers a program where students can request a dress shirt, belt and tie for men and a dress shirt and belt for women. If you are interested, please email [email protected] and include your name, student ID and contact information, as well as your shirt and belt sizes.
NOTE: items requested must be picked up in a timely manner.