So You Want to Create a Climate Career Pathway with GSPP? (webinar, option 1)

In this hour-long webinar, you’ll learn what promise the state’s new Golden State Pathways Program (GSPP) has for districts and schools interested in creating and expanding climate career pathways. The state has declared climate pathways as one of the priority areas in the GSPP RFA.

But what is a climate pathway? What are the specific features of a this funding that might help your LEA launch a climate pathway, no matter where you’re starting from? How can you leverage your LEA’s previous work in CTE or in sustainability? And who can help you navigate all the pieces of the process?

In this webinar, we’ll help you think through answers to these questions, giving you a solid starting place for using GSPP to build robust and engaging climate pathways for your diverse learners. You will come away with a deeper understanding of the GSPP, as well as next steps you can take.

MakeKnowledge is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, whose staff has deep experience in CTE program development and grant writing, as well as in climate, sustainability, and STEM program development and strategic planning.

Career Panel: Healthcare Pathways – Hosted by West L.A. College (Career Center & Guided Pathways Committee)

Career panels are designed to build awareness of the broad array of career opportunities, allowing our community and college students to gain information about a specific career path from several different perspectives. Armed with practice advice about the field and tips on getting ahead in the work world, career panelists will offer students an authentic (even personalized) look at various professions, and the daily work activities and responsibilities through questions and discussion, facilitated by a faculty moderator.

The virtual Healthcare Pathways career panel will be on Wednesday March 22nd 6pm-7:30pm. There will be 60 minutes of moderated discussion followed by audience Q&A.

Career Panel: Engineering Pathways – Hosted by West L.A. College (Career Center & Guided Pathways Committee)

Career panels are designed to build awareness of the broad array of career opportunities, allowing our community and college students to gain information about a specific career path from several different perspectives. Armed with practice advice about the field and tips on getting ahead in the work world, career panelists will offer students an authentic (even personalized) look at various professions, and the daily work activities and responsibilities through questions and discussion, facilitated by a faculty moderator.

The virtual Engineering career panel will be on Friday April 21st 1pm-2:30pm. There will be 60 minutes of moderated discussion followed by audience Q&A.