Working-to-learn experiences help students build skills employers need and provide businesses with an expanded pipeline of talent. At the same time, they help communities reduce unemployment and attract new businesses. Seems like a win-win. When 79% of high school students say they are interested in a work-based learning experience, why have only 2% completed an internship? What’s stopping more employers from offering these critical experiences? Learn how community and business leaders are working together to tackle the challenge.