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Developed by the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability, this guide is designed to help youth with disabilities to think through their potential work and career choices, as well as to plan and develop strategies for workforce entry.
A guide developed by the American Institutes for Research to help states explore the complex challenges inherent in facilitating cross-systems alignment through ongoing collaboration. Questions in the Guide borrows from the systems research base derived from within and outside the field of education.
A guide based on findings from a study of career programs in Pennsylvania with descriptions of promising programs and strategies for overcoming barriers. The guide is intended to be useful to people who want to design or improve career-related programming for youth during out- of-school time.
A partnership between Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the Gap Foundation, this guide provides teens with practical training and information about getting a first job and developing the skills needed to keep the job. The guide also has activities to help youth think about future career ambitions, and map out a plan to help them get there.
This handout lists and describes the Common Career Technical Core (CCTC), the result of a state-led initiative to establish a set of rigorous, high-quality benchmark standards for Career Technical Education (CTE) that states can voluntarily adopt. Forty two states, the District of Columbia and Palau have supported the development stage of the CCTC.
This publication is a toolkit that describes the After School Apprenticeship Program (ASAP), an after-school strategy that connects teens with career experts, and builds real world skills that prepare them for college and careers.