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College & Career Readiness

WHAT DOES COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS MEAN IN THE SRVUSD?

WHAT DOES COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS MEAN IN THE SRVUSD?

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Jessica Coulson
College & Career Readiness Coordinator

SRVUSD TK-12 CCR Plan Presentation - Fall 2023

STANDARDS FOR CAREER READY PRACTICE

Making sure all students in SRVUSD are college and career ready is a priority. By the Year 2020 the top 10 soft skills that all employers are looking for:
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  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creativity
  • People Management
  • Coordinating with Others
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Service Orientation
  • Negotiation
  • Cognitive Flexibility
 
Learn more about California's Standards for Career Ready Practice.
 
Learn more about Curriculum Standards.

Sources: Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum
California Department of Education, CTE Model Curriculum Standards
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All SRVUSD students should graduate from high school ready for college, career, and life. They should be prepared to pursue the future of their choosing.
 
Students should possess the skills and dispositions necessary to be successful in charting their postsecondary path. Many of the skills a SRVUSD graduate has are obtained through academics. The skills most demanded by colleges and employers are, by design, inherent in rigorous K–12 expectations – the ability of students to communicate effectively (both verbally and in written communications), to solve problems, to think critically and develop informed arguments, and to analyze information and data. Collaborating, communicating and presenting information, and using research to make informed judgments are among the critical skills that impact success.
 
Students should have successfully participated in postsecondary opportunities through advanced coursework (Advanced Placement, CollegeConnect, dual enrollment) as well as career and technical education, work-based learning, and other opportunities for exploring interests, aptitudes, and goals so that graduates can successfully navigate pathways that connect education and employment after high school.
SRVUSD is hard at work creating students that are college and career ready. Dr. Kevin Fleming is the Dean of Instruction, Career & Technical Education at Norco College (CA). His six step model to help students become more “career intelligent” include the following:
 
  • Self-Exploration.  Students should ask themselves, “What are my Talents?" and "What are my strengths?
  • Career Exploration.  Students should explore, “What occupations/industries are a high priority and are emerging?” "What are the income ranges for those jobs?" and "What are the required skills for those jobs?"
  • Verify your career goal alignment with your personality and skills.
  • Set a tentative career goal.
  • Education and Training Research.  Investigate and verify the multiple paths to your initial goal (work experience, job shadowing, interviews, apprenticeships)
  • Establish an educational plan.