We can help our youth be career ready Together There are high wage and high skill jobs in the mountain state Our Future Depends on Talent

Consider teaching a Work-Based Learning course in your classroom. This provides students a peek into potential careers available in West Virginia through job shadow training modules, mentoring with business leaders, and a capstone project. The Education Alliance offers a free playbook to get started.

For more information on how you can get involved with our Work-Based Learning program, contact Olivia McCuskey at olivia@educationalliance.org.

Host a virtual college visit for your class. Virtual College Visits are viewable for free through our YouTube library and we have a supplemental toolkit and activity guide available for teachers.

Learn more about Virtual College Visits

The Education Alliance's Caperton Center for School and Business Partnerships will serve as a permanent home to develop and sustain school-business partnerships across the state. From now until March 2023, we are leading a focus group for both school officials and business representatives to take part in.

Fill out this form to make your voice heard!

Contact Robert Crawford at robert@educationalliance.org for more information on this opportunity.

The Education Alliance's Work-Based Learning course is an innovative way to recruit, retain, and build industry awareness with future talent. A 1-hour job shadow of your business is a quick and simple way to reach out to students eager to learn more about the different career pathways.

For more information on how you can get involved with our Work-Based Learning program, contact Olivia McCuskey at olivia@educationalliance.org

The Education Alliance's Work-Based Learning course is an innovative way to recruit, retain, and build industry awareness with future talent. By matching with a school for a capstone project, you can get a first-hand perspective of potential future employees.

For more information on how you can get involved with our Work-Based Learning program, contact Olivia McCuskey at olivia@educationalliance.org

The Education Alliance's Summer Internship Program is a 4-week internship that offers virtual, blended, and in-person options. Working with students during the summer is a great way to build connections with future talent.

For more information on how you can get involved with our Work-Based Learning program, contact Olivia McCuskey at olivia@educationalliance.org

The Education Alliance's Caperton Center for School and Business Partnerships will serve as a permanent home to develop and sustain school-business partnerships across the state. From now until March 2023, we are leading a focus group for both school officials and business representatives to take part in.

Fill out this form to make your voice heard!

Contact Robert Crawford at robert@educationalliance.org for more information on this opportunity.

Our Programs

that Support Career Pathways for West Virginia Students

Students can

+ Earn credits
+ Work with real businesses
+ Gain professional skills

Students can

+ Earn a competitive wage
+ Work with real businesses
+ Gain professional skills

Students can

+ Jumpstart their career
+ Work with real businesses
+ Gain professional skills

Businesses

that Participated in Career Pathways for West Virginia students