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0 Presented by: Ginger Booton GA Work Ready Consultant October 23, 2009 Georgia Career Pathways And Georgia Work Ready Regions Georgia Work Ready Regions
1 Career Pathways
2 Career Pathway Is a coherent, articulated sequence of rigorous academic and career/technical courses, usually beginning in the 9 th grade and leading to a diploma, associate degree, baccalaureate degree and beyond.
4 79 Pathways within the 16 USDOE Career Clusters
5 62 Pathways
6 Georgia 11 Program Concentrations Federal 16 Clusters AgricultureAgriculture, Food & Natural Resources Architecture, Construction, Communications & Transportation Architecture & Construction Arts, A/V Technology & Communications Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Arts & HumanitiesArts, A/V Technology & Communications Business & Computing Business, Management & Administration Finance Information Technology Culinary ArtsHospitality & Tourism EducationEducation &Training Engineering & Technology Manufacturing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Family and Consumer Sciences Human Services Health Science Government & Public Safety Government & Public Administration Law & Public Safety Human Services Healthcare ScienceHealth Science Marketing, Sales & ServiceMarket, Sales & Services Hospitality & Tourism
77 Group 2 Work Ready Regions Agribusiness Advanced Manufacturing Bioscience Energy Logistics
8 Georgia Program Concentrations Agriculture Arts & Humanities Architecture, Communications & Transportation Business & Computer Science Culinary Arts Education Engineering & Technology Family & Consumer Sciences Government & Public Safety Healthcare Science Marketing, Sales, & Services
9 Engineering & Technology CONCENTRATIONElectronics Energy Systems Engineering Engineering Graphics & Design Manufacturing Career Pathways in Program Concentrations
10 Manufacturing Pathway Foundations of Manufacturing and Material Science Robotics and Automated Systems Production Enterprise
11 This two-page document represents an individual education and career planning tool including both secondary and postsecondary elements for students and their family.
15 Career Pathways are ROAD MAPS.
16 All jobs require more than a high school diploma.
17 Career Pathways can help increase graduation rates. Career Pathways give students relevance.
18 Group 2 Work Ready Regions Agribusiness Advanced Manufacturing Bioscience Energy Logistics
Secondary- Grades 9-12
20 GA Work Ready Industry Clusters and Peach State Career Pathways GA Work Ready Industry ClusterPeach State Career Pathway Agribusiness Advanced Manufacturing Bio Science Energy Logistics Crosswalked
21 Georgia Work Ready Industry Sectors Aligned with Peach State Career Pathways GA Work Ready Industry SectorGA Career Pathways Advanced ManufacturingPrimary: Manufacturing Electronics Engineering Secondary: Transportation Logistical Support (Ground/Marine) Transportation Logistical Operations (Ground/Marine) Aircraft Support Engineering Graphics and Design Collision Repair
22 Georgia Work Ready Industry Sectors Aligned with Peach State Career Pathways GA Work Ready Industry SectorGA Career Pathways Agribusiness Primary: Agribusiness Management Agriscience Animal Science Secondary: Plant Science. Horticulture Bio Science Primary: Biotechnology Research & Development Secondary: Agriscience Veterinary Science Animal Science Diagnostic Services Manufacturing
23 Georgia Work Ready Industry Sectors Aligned with Peach State Career Pathways GA Work Ready Industry SectorPeach State Career Pathways Energy Primary: Energy Systems Logistics Primary: Secondary: Transportation Logistical Support (Ground/Marine) Transportation Logistical Operations (Ground/Marine)
25 Technical College Systems of GA Broad range of career opportunities through a variety of certificate, diploma, and associate degree programs; continuing education programs; and economic development programs. Certificate- 6 months to 1 year Diploma- 1-2 years Associate Degree- 2 years
26 Technical College System of GA 28 Technical Colleges, two university system technical divisions, and 31 satellite campuses Mission The Technical College System of Georgia provides technical, academic, and adult education and training focused on building a well-educated, globally competitive workforce for Georgia.
University System of Georgia
Documenting Career Pathways
29 Documenting Career Pathways Gather data on what Career Pathways as aligned with your strategic industry are currently offered and planned for the future in each Work Ready Region Work with your Work Ready Region to ensure local high schools align their career pathway offerings with regional industry sectors Workshops in regions for administrators, counselors, teachers on industry sectors Awareness that secondary students are the emerging workforce
30 Education Liaison To assist the Work Ready Region Team Leader in gathering information identifying all resources from secondary (high schools) and post secondary (technical colleges and four year colleges/universities) located in the Work Ready Region in regards to available GA Career Pathways
31 Skills Needed Organized Understanding of GA Work Ready Initiative Knowledge of GA Strategic Industries and GA Work Ready Industry Clusters Ability to meet deadlines Computer Skills Familiarity of GA Education System both secondary and post secondary
32 November December 2009 Identify the Education Liaison January April 2010 Training of Education Liaisons Gather Information April 2010 Begin Documenting Career Pathways Time Line of Project