Career Connect Washington (CCW)
Regional Network for King County & Pierce County
Career Connect Washington
Is a regional network that helps to build or bring to scale a Career Connected Learning (CCL) system in:
- Career Awareness and Exploration: one-time interactions with partners for a student or group of students and the opportunity to explore career options.
- Career Preparation: direct interaction with professionals and from industry and the community.
- Career Launch: preparing students for employment in a specific range of occupations
WABS was selected through a competitive process via Career Connect Washington to create a regional network of industry leadership, educators, and others focused on creating pathways for young people into the high demand high potential jobs that will shape the future economy.
Four regional partner organizations are collaborating to guide the Network. The leadership organizations are represented below by their logos.
- College Success Foundation (CSF), James Dorsey
- Washington Alliance for Better Schools (WABS), Emily Yim
- Workforce Central of Pierce county. (WC-Tacoma), Helen McGovern.
The Network also works closely with the CCW Learning Coordinator located at ESD 121 in Renton,
- Workforce Development of King County (WDC-SeaKing), Marie Kurose
Every young adult in Washington State will have multiple pathways towards economic self-sufficiency and fulfillment through a statewide system of CCL pathways.
To create a braided pathway that connects students from early on to career opportunities around them. To provide technical assistance to program intermediaries and align industry and education needs around healthcare, technology, and construction.
Multiple Pathways to Career
High School + Internship + College
High School + Internship + Certificate
High School + Apprenticeship + College
High School + Apprenticeship + Certificate
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