Work-based learning is a key element in the successful implementation of career pathways and the development of career readiness for students. In the provision of a well-rounded education under ESSA, and through other federal legislation including the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and Carl D. Perkins Act, there is an opportunity for states and districts to leverage resources and align their efforts to support a variety of work-based learning models. During this webinar, participants will explore various work-based learning models, key principles for effective work-based learning, and how states can support work-based learning.
- Charlotte Cahill, Associate Director, Pathways to Prosperity, Jobs for the Future
- Kama Staton, Career Guidance & Work-Based Learning, Education Associate, South Carolina Department of Education
- GeMar Neloms, Technical Assistant Consultant, College and Career Readiness and Success Center