Successfully Navigating Labor Laws to Support Work Based Learning Opportunities for Students Under the Age of 18

The Value of Work-based Learning for Students

On-the-job learning experiences provide employers the  opportunity to explore talent, to benefit from different and developing skill sets and to train candidates for future positions. They also allow students the opportunity to gain experience with manufacturing processes and safety concepts, industrial work environments, and professional cultures–all of which will help them make more informed decisions about their future career pathway.

Webinar Overview

This webinar, conducted in partnership with Fisher Phillips, will dive into federal labor laws relative to youth under the age of 18, to help manufacturers understand how they can safely welcome youth into their facilities and provide them with hands-on work experience in a manufacturing environment.

Who Should Attend

This session is intended for all manufacturers across the U.S. who are interested in offering work-based learning opportunities to students under the age of 18. This could include job shadowing, high school internships, apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships, summer employment, or any other employment circumstances.

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