Career Pathways in Ohio - Here you’ll find ABE/ASE and ESOL resources to support your program’s Career Pathways Plan.
Career Pathways Resources – Find many resources by role: General, Career Fundamentals, Community & Social Services, Construction, Customer Services/Retail, Education & Child Care, Food Service, Healthcare & Safety, Hospitality, Landscaping/Custodian, Manufacturing, Technology, Transportation & Warehousing, Skilled Immigrants, and Program Training & Support Materials.
GCF Teachers Guide Career - Contains three learning plans teachers can adapt in their classroom with their students and includes topics ranging from preparing for a job search and the application process to developing career-related skills.
GCF Teachers Guide Applied Digital Skills – A free curriculum from Google designed to help build life and job skills. Teachers can use the lessons to increase their own digital skills or as an instructor for their students.
Jobs for the Future Contextualization Toolkit - The Breaking Through Practice Guide is designed for practitioners who want to connect adults who have limited reading and math skills with postsecondary credentials leading to jobs paying family-supporting wages. It compiles practices developed and implemented by community colleges in the national Breaking Through Initiative.
LINCS Career Pathways Community of Practice - This group is a community of practice for practitioners, employers, researchers and policy-makers from the adult education, postsecondary education and workforce development fields to explore instructional and programmatic best practices, policies, and issues in providing career pathways services.
LINCS Career Pathways Resource Collection - Locate resources that address topics like contextualized instruction, 21st century competencies and skills, dual and concurrent enrollment, career counseling, wrap-around support services, stackable industry-recognized credentials, and strategic partnerships.
OCTAE Adult College Completion Toolkit - The Toolkit helps policymakers at the state and local level implement practical evidence-based solutions that increase the number of graduates who earn high-quality degrees and certificates required to compete for good jobs in the 21st century global economy.
Ohio Means Jobs Career Pathways - These career pathways have been developed around Ohio's in-demand occupations according to the "In-Demand Occupations" report. Secondary and post-secondary courses reflect career-tech programs approved by the Department of Education. Average tuition costs are available from the Department of Higher Education Fall 2013 Survey of Student Charges.