​There are two types of work experience programs:

 
General Work Experience Education: The purpose of this program is supervised employment of students with the intent of assisting them to acquire desirable work habits and career awareness. The job held by the student need not be related to his/her occupational goal or college program. It should be noted, however, that General Work Experience is NOT a payable class under VA benefits.

Occupational Work Experience Education: The purpose of this program is the extension of occupational learning opportunities and career awareness through work, paid or voluntary, in the occupation for which the student's college program or major is designed. Occupational work experience education is offered in the following major areas:
 
Accounting
Administration of Justice
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
American Sign Language
Architecture
Art
Automotive Body
Automotive Technology
Business Administration
Community Interpretation
Computer Information Systems
Construction Technology
Culinary Arts
 
 
 
Early Childhood Studies
Education
Electronics
Engineering
Fire Technology
Graphics Technology
Human Services
Journalism
Machine Shop Technology
Management
Manufacturing
Marketing
Medical Assisting
Music
Nursing
Office Administration
Paralegal Studies
Photography
Physical Education
Real Estate
Telecommunications
 
Welding