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Planning Your K-12 Career Program
There are many new requirements for schools to implement career programs. Who is responsible for this? How can you plan for a comprehensive K-12 approach where career programming becomes part of the culture of the district?  

Research shows that career readiness has positive effects on student motivation and learning when connections are made between school and the world outside school.
 
Participants will work with an approach where the reliance is on the synergy of many people touching the career planning model in simple ways. Whether your district assigns this topic to Family and Consumer Science (FCS) teachers, counselors or other teachers, you will learn about many possibilities for infusing careers into each school building.
Target Audience

Individuals are encouraged to attend, and ideally schools will bring a team of educators to begin creating a K-12 plan of action including:

Administrators: Instructional Strategies, Leadership, School Improvement; Counselors, ParaPros as Career Facilitators, and Teachers: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Special Education, English Language Arts, and all other

Learner Outcomes
• List what is already happening in your building/district
• Document the role of career assessments and EDP development in selected grades
• Discuss ideas for creating the culture through classroom activities, interactive games and connections to the workplace
• Include planning for choices that take very little classroom time
• Include in their plan key concepts necessary to understand business partners
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Registration and SCECHs Questions:

Amanda Coeur
Program Administrative Secretary
269-250-9221
Amanda.Coeur@kresa.org


Questions regarding individual workshops:

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