Education & Training

Opportunities through Work-Based Learning

What is Work-Based Learning? Sustained interactions with industry or community professionals in real workplace settings, to the extent practicable, or simulated environments at an educational institution that foster in-depth, first-hand engagement with the tasks required of a given career field, that are aligned to curriculum and instruction.

Work-Based Learning Handbook
Visit Alabama Office of Apprenticeship Website

Want to learn a new skill or trade?

Career Ready Alabama is a statewide initiative aimed at increasing career or work-ready skills for individuals and providing businesses a tool to help them identify career ready employees. The program offers access to WorkKeys assessments, WorkKeys job profiles, Alabama Career Readiness Certificates, and online training.

Visit Career Ready Website
Learn about Individual Training Accounts

The Alabama Community College System

The Alabama Community College System’s commitment to access is characterized by statewide geographical locations, open enrollment, and low-cost tuition, as well as a variety of programs and services that remove barriers to college entrance, education pathways, and workforce training opportunities.

Search for a Community College near you
Learn about Dual Enrollment
Learn about Individual Training Accounts
Learn about Ready to Work

K-12 Resources

Planning your future career starts at day one.

View Career SUCCESS Guides
Learn about youth programs
k-12 career coaches