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Career Pathways Toolkit

Using Ability to Benefit in Your Program: What is Your Experience?

Hello, Colleagues -

As you know, Ability to Benefit (AtB) is designed to reduce barriers to higher education for learners without a high school credential. It also allows adult and higher education institutions to partner in serving these learners, and better integrate their financial aid systems with WIOA.

Updated Career Pathways Toolkit: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development

The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (DOLETA) has just released the Career Pathways Toolkit: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development. The new Toolkit will be especially helpful for state offices and partners required to develop a Unified Plan, and staff members supporting State Workforce Development Boards.

NEW Career Pathways Toolkit: A Guide for System Development

To assist in providing services to workforce system customers, the U.S. Department of Labor has released a revamped and revised “Career Pathways Toolkit: A Guide for System Development.” This new guide builds off the success of the original toolkit published in 2011 and incorporates provisions from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

Webinar Invitation: Best Practices for Career Pathways and Credentials

You're Invited to the Webinar
Best Practices for Career Pathways and Credentials

January 10, 2014

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

States and local areas across Region 5 are developing Career Pathways models to better align education and training programs with employer needs. This webinar will highlight two of those models to provide specific “how-to” information for others interested in developing Career Pathways initiatives. Presentations will cover:

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