Career Based Intervention
Career-Based Intervention Definition: Work-based learning and academic intervention programs for students (ages 12-21) identified as disadvantaged and having barriers to career and academic success.
The CBI program is designed to help students improve academic achievement, keep students on track to graduate from high school, develop employability skills, set goals and implement a career plan, and participate in a career pathway in preparing for postsecondary education and future careers. It provides a combination of educational, service, and work-based learning opportunities. Designed to enhance student success, work-based learning can be paid or non paid and can be single or multiple periods in length depending on the age of the student.
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