Webinar: Pathways to Success! Practical Career Pathways Strategies for Today’s Adult Education Program

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Webinar: Pathways to Success! Practical Career Pathways Strategies for Today’s Adult Education Program

Presented by: Jeffrey Fantine

Tuesday, February 10, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM ET

12:00-1:30 PM PT, 1:00-2:30 PM MT, 2:00-3:30 PM CT, 3:00-4:30 PM ET

Are you overwhelmed by all the information that has come out in recent years on what career pathways are and how to implement career pathways in your program?

Are you struggling with how to make all this information practical and relevant to your program with the resources that are available?

Are you confused about what actually constitutes delivering comprehensive career pathways as a service delivery approach?

Are you worried that in light of WIOA and the requirement of career pathways, that 
your program will not be ready for or have the capacity to do what will be necessary under this new law?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, this webinar is for you!

This presentation will be devoted to how to conceptualize a career pathways service model and practical strategies designed to help you foster environments that promote rigor, relationships and relevance in the college and career readiness driven program.

Participants will come away with an understanding of what it takes to honor career pathways while addressing the complex learning needs of the students we serve.


About the Presenter

Jeffery Fantine

Jeff has been in the field of adult education and literacy for nearly 28 years. He is currently working as an independent consultant providing technical assistance to states and local programs across the country focusing on implementing career pathways strategies, and developing and delivering various types of training for administrators and instructors.

Before becoming a consultant, Fantine served as a Senior Project Director at Kratos Learning for two national projects: Designing Instruction for Career Pathways, funded by the Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education, and Points of Entry, a career pathways initiative in corrections funded by the Open Society Foundations.

Prior Kratos, Fantine was the State Director of Adult Education and Family Literacy at the Maine Department of Education, the Director of the Center for the Study and Development of Literacy and Language at Ohio University, a resource center that provided professional development to Ohio's Adult Basic and Literacy Education system, and a director of a local adult education program.

In addition to his current focus on building effective career pathways strategies, Fantine provides training to improve educational services for adult students with special learning needs, and implementing and using College and Career Readiness Standards. He has served two terms as the Vice President of the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE), and is currently the Vice President of the National Coalition for Literacy (NCL) and is serving as the Chair of the Association of Adult Literacy Professional Developers (AALPD).



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Webinar: Pathways to Success! Practical Career Pathways Strategies for Today’s Adult Education Program

TUESDAY, February 10TH 
NonMember: $65 (includes NAASLN membership) 
Member: $35

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