Let's get to work
Many Upstate businesses are staffed with skilled workers who are at or nearing retirement age. Some industries are projected to lose half of their workforce to retirement in the next decade, and businesses are desperate for a plan to fill those jobs.
We can help!
Our Work-Based Learning team has spent a lot of time streamlining our processes to make it easier for our business partners. Our new partner site walks businesses through the entire setup process step by step and links to digital versions of our required paperwork, so that supervisors can complete the forms on their own timeline from anywhere.
I have packed this website full of resources for students, parents, and business partners. Use the top navigation tabs if you're on a laptop or desktop to find what you need, or check out the sections highlighted below. If you're on a mobile device, you can navigate through this site by clicking on the three parallel lines in the upper lefthand corner.
If you still have questions after looking through this website, please don't hesitate to reach out. If I think the information could help other people learn about Work-Based Learning, Bonds Career Center, Greenville County's other CTE programs, or career exploration and preparation, I'll add it to my site!
My name is Brad Dill, and I am a Work-Based Learning Coordinator for the Greenville County School District. I serve students at Bonds Career Center and its feeder high schools: Blue Ridge, Eastside, Greer, and Riverside. My mission is to help students jump-start their careers, help businesses find skilled talent, and, ultimately, help the Upstate economy grow. Every day I work to open doors for students by helping them prepare for their careers, college, or both! You can learn more about what I do in this video.
Business partners, you have your own section, too. Check out the tab at the top if you're on a laptop or PC or the upper left navigation menu of you're on a mobile device.