In recent years, the importance of providing students with the opportunity to explore career pathways during their middle and high school experiences has become increasingly recognized. As the world of work continues to evolve, it is vital that students have a clear understanding of their career goals and the skills and knowledge they need to achieve them.
Join us on Wednesday, June 7, to hear about the latest trends, best practices, and innovative strategies for integrating career exploration into the educational experience to prepare students better for success in both work and life.
Our guests will share their unique perspectives on designing and implementing expanded career pathways to maximize student workforce opportunities. During the webinar, we will learn about
- the importance of career pathways in fostering a well-rounded education and preparing students for the ever-evolving workforce;
- the creation of community partnerships to identify the alignment between education and job market needs;
- the most effective ways to design and implement career pathway programs within your educational institution or organization; and
- forging meaningful partnerships between schools, businesses, and community organizations to create mutually beneficial opportunities for students.
Explore the role of technology in enhancing the career pathway experience and addressing the skills gap. All4Ed’s Future Ready Schools® is releasing the first in a series of Emerging Practices Strategy Guides that investigates emerging practices and technologies that advance teaching and learning, providing strategies for implementation focusing on innovation, excellence, and equity in K–12 system redesign.
You do not want to miss this dynamic conversation and unlock the full potential of career pathways for your students.
- Jeraline M. Johnson, Ed. D., Director, Choice & Career Options, The School District of Palm Beach County(FL)
- Tim Schmitt, Ed. D., Career, Technical, & Agricultural Education Director, Newton County Schools (GA)
- Brian Miller, Principal, Regional Occupational Programs, Kern High School District (CA)
- Adam Phyall, EDd, Director of Professional Learning and Leadership, Future Ready Schools
If you are unable to watch the webinar live, register to receive the video archive directly in your inbox.
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A special thanks for Microsoft for supporting this event.