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Wisconsin Technical College System TA Workshops

Focus of Technical Assistance and Coaching

♦ How Comprehensive Student Support Systems and Strong Career Advising Ensure Student Success

♦ Leading Cultural Shift and Systems Change Sustaining Career Pathways for Student Now and Into the Future

♦ Marketing Career Pathways for Student Success & Completion: Roadmaps, Stackable Credentials and More

♦ Documenting and Measuring the Impact of Industry Partnerships and Career Pathways

♦ Strategies to Build and Sustain Strong Partnerships Across the Workforce Development Ecosystem

♦ Engaging Business, Industry and Other Workforce Partners to Ensure an Effective Career Pathway System

♦ Aligning The Alliance for Quality Career Pathways (Alliance) with WTCS Career Pathway Initiative

Project Overview
Wisconsin’s ACT2 initiative builds career pathways to provide a successful transition system for adults who have barriers to success and may be engaged with other partner systems (e.g. adult education, English language learners, dislocated workers, veterans, non-traditional students, etc.). The Wisconsin system will have multiple entry ramps providing onramps for these different populations including individuals with low basic and/or English skills who need to complete secondary education as part of their career pathway post-secondary education to employment. Additionally, the Wisconsin system will actively engage employed “completers” to continue education to attain the next credential. To support ACT2, NCWE developed and delivered a series of professional development workshops and webinars. Each workshop/webinar was designed with identified learning outcomes. Working with the WTCS staff, NCWE identified the target audiences who would most benefit from the workshops. The goal of identifying and engaging target audiences was to develop a team culture at the colleges and with their community partners to maximize the impact of the workshops leading to WI’s successful implementation of a career pathway system.

NCWE Technical Assistance Team
Darlene G. Miller, Ed.D.
Nan Poppe, Ed.D.
Tim Harmon
Mimi Maduro
Judy Mortrude

Career Opportunities
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