The WSC toolkit is designed to be a reference portal for policymakers and practitioners with examples, lessons learned, and useful tools collected from around the country.
This is a snapshot of Oregon's online web tool which provides visual maps using web technology for students and citizens to learn more about education, training, occupations, careers, and the labor market in Oregon. Website: http://oregon.ctepathways.org/
This toolkit is designed to help interagency state teams to idenity and use federal resources to support career pathwyas. It addresses key components of career pathways components, identifying federal resrouces, and recommendations to maximize federal funding.
Template for Action Planning Toolset.
Template for the Career Pathway RoadMap Toolset.
Template for Credential Asset Mapping Tool Toolset
Template for Occupational Credential Worksheet Toolset.
Template for Program Design Flow Chart.
Template for Program Design Flow Chart Toolset.
Template for Service Mapping MatrixToolset.
Simple Version of the Six Key Elements Chart.
Template for Six Key Elements Readiness Assessment Toolset.
This document includes sample partner agreements that can be used in cross-agency collaboration.
Learn how to develop effective partnerships in order to build Career Pathways in your community, region, or State. This newly released guide provides a step-by-step outline, with integral tools, that you can use when convening workforce, education, human and social services, employers, organized labor and other partners!
The Employment and Training Administration, the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, and the Administration of Children and Families issued a joint letter of support for career pathways in April 2012 In the letter, they approved this definition and framework for career pathways.
This document gives you an overview of the suite of tools and resources developed to help build career pathways. Most of the tools and resources were developed and used by grantee teams during the 2010 Career Pathways Initiative.
The Six Key Elements Readiness Assessment Tool was developed to assist states and local areas in forming and implementing their career pathways initiative at the local and state levels. This tool will help teams assess their state or local area's career pathways initiative by looking at progress, priorities, gaps, technical assistance needs, and next steps.
The Promise of Career Pathways Systems Change and Inititatives, commissioned by ETA and released in April 2012, provides an overview of career pathways, the six key elements framework and examples of state and local workforce investment systems that are centrally involved in the development of career pathways.