College & Career Pathways Outcomes
- Aligned, integrated, and sustained grades 6-16 career pathways for all
- A system that produces leaners who can adapt to changing workforce
- Increased number of skilled professionals with a degree or certificate that holds value to employers and leads to a living-wage career
- A collaborative system that increases active engagement in the local community
Career Pathways Design Components
To support the Hawai‘i Regional Pathway Grant Initiative, Hawai‘i P-20 & Jobs for the Future (JFF) developed a set of quality components to inform the design and implementation of career pathways. These reflect five critical design components are necessary to build a high-quality career pathway.
Leadership Structures for Cross-sector Partnerships
Creating cross-sector leadership to establish and operationalize the vision for pathways implementation.
Alignment with Labor Market Demand
Using data to identify growing industries and occupations as well as skills and credentials needed to succeed in careers.
Designing academic programs that span secondary education and extend and align through a postsecondary credential with labor market value.
Creating a continuum of personalized student learning experiences aligned with specific industries and occupations.
College & Career Advising & Counseling
Integrating advising and counseling to support students’ informed educational and career choices.
- Career Pathways Booklet Write Up
- College, Career, and Community Readiness Expectations Guide
- Work-Based learning Employer Engagement Guide
- Pathways Alignment Mapping Workbook
- Hawaiʻi P-20 Pathways Resource Booklet
See our latest resource booklet from our 2020 Pathways Summit. Save the Date for our 2021 VIRTUAL Pathways Summit, February 18-19, 2021!