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Future Planning Starts Today: How Districts Can Enhance Career Readiness for All Students

This event occurred on March 25, 2021 3:02 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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Career readiness education and training are vital in supporting students, no matter which pathway they choose. Whatever path students take after high school, the end goal is to pursue a fulfilling and meaningful career. As students uncover their strengths and interests in school and begin aligning these to career interests, work-based learning provides real-world career experiences that will best prepare them for success in the workforce. In this webinar, you will learn why many school districts have prioritized a focus on career readiness by providing students with access to career learning opportunities, such as work-based learning. Our expert panelists will share proven strategies you can implement to ensure your students are equipped with the skills to reach their future career goals.

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Sarah Whipp
Senior Enterprise Consultant for Naviance Hobsons
Susan Love
Coordinator of School Counseling Anne Arundel County Public Schools
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