What We Do
Delaware’s economic future starts with prepared students today. That’s why Del Tech created the Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning: to coordinate employers, schools, and community-based organizations as they provide students with the hard and soft skills essential for workplace success.
Our office offers critical program management support: we work closely with schools to understand student needs, arrange events like mock interviews and job shadows to build student competency, and develop immersive student work experiences with local employers.
At the Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning, we are facilitators, co-creators, and ambassadors – building a strong work-based learning infrastructure across the state so that our schools are supported, our students are prepared, and our industries are thriving with a talented homegrown workforce.
How We Work
Delaware leads the nation in re-imagining workforce readiness and the Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning plays an essential role coordinating efforts across the state. Here’s how it works:
Delaware’s Work-based Learning in Action
The Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning boosts success every step of the way, engaging schools, employers, and organizations to ensure robust student opportunities across the entire state.
Supporters & Partners
We’re based at Del Tech.
The Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning is an initiative of Delaware Technical Community College. We are based at the Terry Campus and enjoy the collaboration and support of Del Tech’s leadership and educational programs. However, by design our work and partnerships extend well beyond the college’s walls.
We’re backed by Delaware.
Our office receives strategic and financial support from a wide variety of organizations across Delaware. These early supporters helped launch the Delaware Office of Work-Based Learning and continue to support our work today!