Work experiences can be as important as formal education (high school and college in particular) in terms of shaping career preferences and readiness.
Responsive schools create a culture of possibility for youth by giving voice to their interests today and exposing them to opportunities for tomorrow. They enable success in what’s next—in work, learning, and community service.
Emily Liebtag and Lauren Barry visit Boston Day and Evening Academy to learn how they are paving new roads to college & career readiness.
By: Mark C. Perna. Many K-12 students aren't exposed to the world of work until their last two years of high school. Here's one way to change that—and ensure career exploration is not just an add-on experience.
By: Dave Curry. Dave Curry, Director of Career and Technical Education shares the Milton Hershey School's approach to programming that offers students hands-on, technical training aligned with the current job market in preparation for 21st-century careers.
ASU GSV 2019 provided bold announcements on the path towards the intersection between the future of learning and work. Tom highlights two career pathway programs that will connect students to industry partners that support the transition between high school and post-secondary life.