Thanks to all who joined us for the webinar, “Innovative Work-Based Learning in Healthcare.” And, a huge thank you to our wonderful partners, Montana State University and Renee Erlandsen, Health Science Education Specialist, MT Office of Public Instruction, for hosting the event!

As clinical placements become more limited, building meaningful relationships with stakeholders to create innovative work-based learning opportunities for students becomes imperative.

During the webinar, we answered some great questions and discussed different ways industry and educators can work together to help students explore career pathways. Presenters gave great advice about how you can:

  • Establish a relationship with your local healthcare facility.
  • Prepare students for the experience.
  • Build valuable apprenticeships.

We also shared insider tips about the behind-the-scenes preparation needed for a successful program and cool insights from the school district perspective.

If you missed the event, you can find the full webinar here.

Take a look at the 2020 Internship Manual as well.