About CCP

College Career Pathways 2022 offers students the opportunity to meet with a variety of colleges, universities, technical institutes and branches of the military—as well as potential employers from the business and industrial sector— on a one-on-one basis, enabling them to gain further insight into realizing their potential in today’s workforce.

 

The State of Our Children Conference will bring together, teachers, professionals, community partners, parents, homeschoolers, and concerned citizens in a post-Covid-19 world to share data, dialogue, and exchange real-world, implementable solutions aimed at increasing successful completion for all students in the K-16 education pipeline.

 

The economy that once provided good jobs for young workers with a high school education or less now favors workers with at least some education and training beyond high school. Whereas two out of three entry-level jobs in the industrial economy demanded a high school diploma or less, now two out of three jobs demand at least some education or training beyond high school. While automation, globalization, and upskilling have prompted this massive economic restructuring, there are still three pathways to good jobs.

 

The fastest way to a good job for many students is through a career pathway.

Students with a career pathway may take classes to earn college certificates while working on their high school equivalency test or improving their English language skills.

 

Most workforce college certificates and continuing education programs are available as career pathway options.

 

There are lots of benefits to getting into a career pathway:

 

  • Students get support in selecting a degree and enrolling in college.

  • Adult Education provides financial assistance for tuition, books, and fees.

  • Career pathway students receive ongoing support (academic and personal) while enrolled at CCP.

 

The economy that once provided good jobs for young workers with a high school education or less now favors workers with at least some education and training beyond high school. Whereas two out of three entry-level jobs in the industrial economy demanded a high school diploma or less, now two out of three jobs demand at least some education or training beyond high school. While automation, globalization, and upskilling have prompted this massive economic restructuring, there are still three pathways to good jobs.

We believe our youth can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

 

Our Mission

College Career Pathways 2022 
offers students the
opportunity
to meet with a variety of 
colleges, universities, 
technical institutes and 
branches of the military as well as potential employers 
from the business and
industrial sector on a one-on-one basis, enabling them to gain further

insight 
into realizing their potential
in today’s workforce.

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Our Vision

The State of Our Children Conference will bring together, teachers, professionals, community partners, parents, homeschoolers, and concerned citizens in a post Covid-19 world to share data, dialogue, and exchange real-world, implementable solutions aimed at increasing successful completion for all students in the K-16 education pipeline.

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