Youth Training and Educationmasshire2021-10-13T18:14:02+00:00
Workplace Learning Plan
The Massachusetts Work-Based Learning Plan (WBLP) is a diagnostic, goal-setting and assessment tool designed to drive learning and productivity on the job. The WBLP was developed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education through an interagency collaboration of employers, educators and workforce development professionals.
The Work-Based Learning Plan can be completed online or as a pen-and-paper document.
Use the Online Work-Based Learning Plan Screens: https://masswbl.org (Massachusetts Career Ready Database
This database, developed and maintained by ESE’s Connecting Activities initiative, is used by a variety of programs across Massachusetts, including summer jobs programs, transition programs, internship programs, Cooperative Education, YouthWorks, WIOA Youth, community service learning programs and other youth employment and career development initiatives. People who actively use it include:
Students/Interns/Participants in programs using Work-Based Learning Plans
Employers/Supervisors in programs using Work-Based Learning Plans
Program Staff and Program Coordinators, supported by Connecting Activities, YouthWorks, Summer Jobs programs and more
Teachers, Counselors and other school staff
Co-operative Education Coordinators
“Advanced manufacturing is booming in Massachusetts. That’s why AMP it up! was created — to help students (middle through high school) and adults (parents, guidance counselors, and other influencers) take advantage of the many great, highly skilled, well-paying manufacturing jobs available in our state. Through AMP it up!, students who like to build things and solve problems can plan for a lucrative career with a choice of jobs, often without a four-year college degree. We provide schools with resources, and guidance students need for jobs in high-tech processing, factory automation, product development, nanotechnology, direct digital fabrication, micro-manufacturing, and other exciting fields. Contact the Chamber at 978.353.7600 for more information.”