Work-Based Learning Partnership Program

The Town of Bristol, in partnership with the Bristol-Warren Regional School District (BWRSD), has established a Work-Based Learning (WBL) Program to better connect students with the local business community. Through these work-based learning experiences, students are able to explore different career opportunities, apply their coursework, and provide a benefit to the local economy.

Now Accepting WBL Opportunities

Businesses interested in providing summer work-based learning opportunities to students are encouraged to post their openings to Propel by May 31st, 2022.

For more information on starting a work-based learning opportunity at your business, please contact Dr. Nicole Lyons at [email protected] or Chris Vitale, Director of Economic Development at [email protected].

For your convenience, answers to frequently asked questions are provided below.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Work Ready Think Tank

In partnership with the East Bay Chamber of Commerce Education Sub-Committee, Bristol-Warren Regional School District, Town of Bristol, and Highlander School, this networking series was started to help bridge the gap between local business needs and student learning objectives to provide students with more meaningful real-world learning opportunities that support the local economy.

The Work Ready Think Tank event is held twice per year (Fall and Spring semesters). For more information on the event series, please contact BWRSD’s Dr. Nicole Lyons at [email protected].


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