Automotive Systems Tech
Business Administration workers
Business Administration worker
Machining Instructor and Student
Machining Student

Work-Based Learning / Internships


Welcome to Work-Based Learning at BRCC

Let us share in detail how we can:

  • Assist your employment needs both in the short & long-term
  • Support the student’s opportunity to learn their chosen trade
  • Grow our community with stronger industries and workforce


Contact Us

Joe Shook
Dean for Advanced Technologies
(828) 694-1686
Spearman Building, Room 102A


Brenda Blackburn
Dean for Business and Service Careers
(828) 694-1773
Technology and Education Development Center, Room 330

Choose a WBL Program

Applied Technology

  • Brewing, Distillation & Fermentation
  • Collision Repair & Refinishing
  • Computer-Integrated Machining
  • Electronics Engineering Tech
  • Horticulture Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Tech
  • Mechatronics Engineering Tech
  • Welding Tech


Arts & Science

  • Community Spanish Interpreter
  • Environmental Science Tech
  • Film & Video Production


Business & Service Careers

  • Accounting
  • Computer Information Tech
  • Computer Programming
  • Criminal Justice Tech
  • Interpreter Education
  • Network Tech
  • Office Administration
  • Web Tech





Millicent Burke-Sinclair
Vice President of Employee & Volunteer Solutions,
Four-Seasons Compassion for Life



Mary Murray
BRCC Work-Based Learning Student



Nathan Ramsey
Mountain Area Workforce Director,
Land of Sky Regional Council


WBL / Internship Industry Partners

Meritor Logo


Sierra Nevada logoHenderson County Public Schools logoKanuga logoContinental logoFour-Seasons Compassion for Life logo

For more information:

Contact Us

Jerry Johnson

 (828) 694-1737