Career Pathways Partnership
Submissions are NOW CLOSED
Applicants will be notified of their status by mid-June.
The National Career Pathways Network (NCPN) assists its education and business members in implementing, evaluating, and improving Career Pathways initiatives by providing a communication network. NCPN strives to compile and share information on exemplary practices; collaborate to develop implementation resources; and foster communication about Career Pathways and other workforce education programs. Sponsored by Kuder, Inc., the Career Pathways Partnership Excellence Award emphasizes the importance of career guidance and advising, professional development for educators and employers, and the employer role in providing work-based learning opportunities for students.
Contact person must be an NCPN member.
Click here if you are currently a member and need to retrieve your NCPN membership number.
Applications will be judged by the NCPN Advisory Board consisting of 5 to 7 members.
Nominate only one Career Pathway program of study. An overview of all of your Career Pathways programs should not be the focus of your application.
Judges will consider the elements of only one program of study in reviewing your application.
Program Overview • Professional Development and Experience • Employer Involvement • Career Guidance and Advising • Results
- First place: $3,000 cash prize plus 10 free oneyear memberships in NCPN
- Second place: $2,000 cash prize plus 7 free oneyear memberships in NCPN
- Third place: $1,000 cash prize plus 5 free oneyear memberships in NCPN
- Air travel and hotel accommodations for one person from each winning site to attend the 2013 NCPN Conference in San Antonio, TX, scheduled October 14–15, 2013
- Recognition at the 2013 NCPN membership luncheon
- Opportunity to present details of winning program during a featured breakout session at the 2013 NCPN Conference and in the Connections newsletter
Sponsored by Kuder, Inc.
Mission: To raise student aspirations and to provide career options for students and adults through self-assessment and education.
- Guide students and parents through successful 8th grade and post-high school transitions
- Increase retention and graduation rates
- Provide career guidance and development to last a lifetime