Propelling College and Career Success: The Role of Strategic Partnerships

Organizational Author(s): Jobs for the Future

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Building systems of career pathways linking high school, work, and community college, to increase the number of youth who complete high school and attain a post secondary credential with labor market value.

When it comes to career and technical education and preparing young people for life after high school, Delaware is emerging as a national and international leader, according to “Propelling College and Career Success: The Role of Strategic Partnerships in Scaling Delaware Pathways,” a case study just released by Jobs for the Future (JFF).

The case study is part of a larger series, supported by a gift from the James and Judith K. Dimon Foundation to Harvard University, examining how states and regions are preparing tomorrow’s workforce and highlighting promising practices that can inform other college and career readiness efforts around the country. 

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Posted: 11/29/2017 1:00 PM
Posted By: Maisha Meminger
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