NOVEMBER 4 9 AM PT / 1 PM ET Learn how the CTEC in Salem, OR has achieved a 99% graduation rate and a 92% positive placement
rate by implementing high-yield strategies that empower high school students to operate as professionals. Develop your own workforce lens to identify legacy practices that can be trans- formed into effective strategies for increasing student achievement and workforce development.
Rhonda Rhodes, Principal of Career Technical Education Center in Salem, OR
NOVEMBER 9 9 AM PT / 1 PM ET
Over the last 2 yrs, WestEd has conducted regional and statewide pathway alignment projects to support
implementation of collaborative K14 pathway strategies as part of the comprehensive local needs analysis requirements for Perkins V. Learn how they are using this work to inform shared secondary/postsecondary pathway strategies.
Randy Tillery, Director for Postsecondary Education and Workforce Development at West Ed
NOVEMBER 10 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET
We live in an age of rapid innovation, rise in automation, complex and cutting-edge technologies, and interconnected systems. This session aims to provide a glimpse of what manufacturing is, what it could be, as well as to dispel the myth of manufacturing being only dirty, dark or dangerous. If I can thrive in it, so you can you and your students!
Ruishan Chow, Regional Director of Employee Engagement in Advanced Manufacturing
NOVEMBER 11 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET
Post COVID, there is a huge opportunity for the construction industry to jump on the virtual bandwagon and provide training while ensuring the safety of instructors and trainees. Learn about
tools that already exist for virtual craft training and how to provide trades knowledge in an engaging way that could lead to people being recruited and trained for construction trades.
Dan Belcher, Director of Strategic Partnerships for NCCER
NOVEMBER 12 2:30 PM PT / 5:30 PM ET
A strong, engaging program has the power to completely alter student trajectory, and Alternative Education students need extra support and
encouragement. Learn how to implement a rotational model to match your population's needs, change student perspectives about their potential to work in healthcare and open doors to well- paid, rewarding careers- particularly those in allied health, which are more accessible.
Dr. Olga Orlova, Health Science Careers Instructor at Central Coast HS in Seaside, CA