Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders. IEPI designed a workshop in order help colleges face these challenges. The workshop outlined common barriers to student progress and described ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, topics included covered:
  • Why students do and don’t major in CTE
  • The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
  • How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
  • New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
  • How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
  • Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE

Here is a preview of the workshop:




Here is a link to the full video of the workshop, along with the PowerPoint below.


 
To learn more, please see the below contact information:
Institutional Effectiveness Divisions
Executive Vice Chancellor
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

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