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The Corps Network, 2011

A Green Career Pathways Framework explores the extent to which green jobs-jobs that contribute to meeting the goal of achieving environmental sustainability-offer a pathway out of poverty for low-income young people, many of whom have disengaged from school and are struggling to find a way into the economic mainstream. This paper offers guidance on how youth programs can learn more about and access industry-driven green credentialing and Career Pathways development...

Wisconsin Technical College System and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 2011

This toolkit guides secondary educators and administrators through the process of developing Programs of Study to prepare youth for in-demand occupations. A Program of Study is a sequence of instruction available within a particular school district that combines coursework, co-curricular activities, worksite learning, service learning, and other learning experiences to prepare students for a career.

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, 2013

This guide aims to advance colleges' understanding of how to access and use labor market data to improve student success. Specifically, the guide addresses how colleges can use labor market data to:
- Decide which programs to offer and how many students to enroll to meet the labor market demand for those credentials;
- Assess program effectiveness in terms of competencies and post-graduation success;
- Help students...

ApprenticeshipUSA, 2015

The purpose of this toolkit is to provide helpful steps and resources to start and register an apprenticeship program.

Brookings Institute, 2017

This strategy-based toolkit aims to help leaders at community colleges develop relationships and partnerships with industry.

MPR Associates, Inc., 2010

ABE Career Connections provides guidance for adult basic education (ABE) providers who seek to align their services and programming with local Career Pathways efforts in order to create better educational and professional outcomes for their students. It reminds readers that many low-skill working adults need to focus on improving basic skills like English language, writing, and mathematics before they can enter a vocational education setting to acquire a postsecondary credential...

Jobs for the Future, 2011

The purpose of this Resource Library is to disseminate information and resources specific to the fields of Adult Basic Education and Career Pathways development. The resources in the library have been selected specifically for the Accelerating Opportunity initiative, a four-year, multistate initiative that is funding Career Pathways in at least forty community colleges between 2011 and 2014. The core belief of Accelerating Opportunity is that postsecondary credentials are the gateway...

Kentucky Educational Development Corporation, 2018

This guide assists school districts with many facets of the career pathways as a technical assistance initiative.

Kratos Learning Solutions, 2011

The Adult Career Pathways Training and Support Center (ACP-SC) is a Web site designed to support adult education practitioners interested in developing, designing, and enhancing Adult Career Pathways (ACP). ACP are defined as a series of connected education, training programs, and support services that enable individuals to secure employment within a specific industry or occupational sector and to advance over time to successively higher levels of education and employment in...

MPR Associates, Inc., 2012

The Adult College Completion Toolkit has been developed by the Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) to help policymakers at the State and local level implement practical evidence-based solutions to increase the number of graduates who earn high-quality degrees and certificates required to compete for good jobs in the 21st century global economy. The toolkit is intended to connect State administrators and local practitioners with...