Webinar: The 21st Century Work-based Learning Coordinator

From the CTE Technical Assistance Center of NY: “Offering a quality Work-based Learning program has become a priority for many school districts. During the past five plus years, New York schools have embraced the value of career and technical education pathways to graduation and the issuance of the CDOS Commencement Credential – a new, exiting credential for special needs students. Both of these educational initiatives call upon the inclusion of offering our students a quality work-based learning experience.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What skills and knowledge you need to be a work-based learning coordinator
  • How to create an awareness of the work-based learning coordinator role in the 21st century
  • How the work-based learning coordinator’s position has grown in nature and status
  • How to represent your school to the corporate community

At the end of the webinar you should feel confident that you possess a basic understanding of the essential components of a Work-based Learning program and the requirements to become a work-based learning coordinator for your school district!

Presented By:

Susan H. Gubing, CareerSmarts, has been instrumental in guiding educators in creating dynamic career and workforce development programs. She is passionate about college and career readiness, 21st century skills, work-based learning, and partnerships between industry and education. Sue’s professional career experience includes: 38 years as the Work-based Learning Coordinator at Smithtown High School, a consultant for many New York school districts, an online instructor for Work-based Learning Program certification courses at Buffalo State College, author of Games2Careers, and creator of the XtremeIntern: A Virtual Career Adventure.

September 17, 2014
3:30 PM EST”

To sign up, click here.

 

Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

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