There are many groups working on Career Connected Learning – at the local, state and national level. Here are some of the resources and information that will help you in your work.
Governor Jay Inslee’s goal:
Connect 100,000 Washington youth during the next five years with career-connected learning opportunities that prepare them for high-demand, high wage jobs.
We invite you to engage with Career Connect WA system design to be sure your rural issues and ideas are considered!
Drop us a note anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org and sign-up for our webinars.
Career Connect Washington is not a program, it is a system
It is supported by five statesagencies, a private sector nonprofit, eleven local Career Connect Teams, and Governor Jay Inslee’s office—that funds existing programs to work together as a single team. Read about it on the CareerConnect Washington Handout
Has great infographics to help you think about Career Connected Learning included below, and they have more resources on their website.
Here is a status update for the Governor’s Career Connected Learning State System Design project.