New Carolina Careers—Full Program and Segments Now Available on Career Aisle!
Here's a professional development opportunity that guidance and career and technology educators don't want to miss! View the full program or view as segments below.
View the fourth part of our series on "Outstanding Career Guidance in Middle Schools" with Forestbrook Middle School's best practices that you can use for your 2012–13 career guidance planning. NCDA's National Career Development Facilitator of the Year, Eileen Fleming-Patonay will lead you through ways to program effective career guidance in support of career decision making.
Wofford O'Sullivan previews the exciting 2012 Education and Business Summit, scheduled June 24-27 in Greenville. Don't miss his preview as he shares great programming for educators from a nationally renowned expert on cyber-bullying, to the new Career Cluster panels, to a new format that features an "Early Bird Special."
Work-based learning is an essential ingredient for every S.C. student entering the highly competitive global workforce. Gilbert High School career specialist Julie Rojek collaborates with Miller-Valentine vice-president Kurt Eyring to share how cooperative education is spreading from higher education to state high schools. Julie will tell you how to structure a program for your school, while Kurt shares tips on working with co-op employers and how a program like co-op is a critical component in economic development in the Palmetto State. Watch to learn how your high school can create a powerful co-op program!
Career and technology education programs are business and industry's best friend in the Upstate Region! R.D. Anderson's Kerri McAlister joins us on "Modeling Career Guidance" to provide you with an insight into exciting career pathways that lead through career centers to high skill, high wage, high demand jobs. Career and technology education ... is no longer "voc ed!"
Still looking for that great CTE course for your honors students? Be sure to see Tony Dillon as he continues the new series, "Ten CTE Courses That Will Change South Carolina." This month, Tony features "Computer Forensics" and tells you why students are eager to enroll!
Do we save the BEST for last? Perhaps ... tune in and find out how South Carolina students did in the national competition of NCDA's Poster and Poetry Contest. Ray Davis will salute a new year of "national champions" in this writing and art event that attracted over 11,000 entries in 2012! Did your district have a national champion? Tune in and see!
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