2016 Conference Video and Presentations

Conference Archive

2016 Video and Presentations


Conference Video Produced by students, Diamante Bunch, Ashlee Shumpert, Joselin Romero, from The TV Broadcasting Class at the IPS Career Technology Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, under the direction of Ray Masterson.


The Academic and Career Plan: Preparing Students for Life After High School
Joe Lee, Angela Rigney, Pittsylvania County School, Gretna, VA

Accelerating Pathways with Credentials
Anne Willeart, Marsha Danielson, South Central College, North Mankato, MN

Alamo I-BEST: The Student's Unique Journey Through Career Pathways
Melissa Sadler-Nitu, Alamo Colleges, San Antonio, TX

Articulation Strategies for Four-Year Pathway Development
Jaime Spaciel, Gateway Technical College, Kenosha, WI
Cara Bowman, Waukesha County Technical College, Pewaukee, WI

Building CTE Alliances with Small Northeast Nebraska Schools
Joe Peitzmeier, Educational Service Unit #2, Fremont, NC

Building Industry-Driven Career Pathways Systems in Colorado
Thomas Hartman, Colorado Workforce Development Council, Denver, CO
Jo O’Brien, Colorado Community College System, Denver, CO

Career Pathway On-Ramps: Building a System That Works for All
Judy Mortrude, Center for Law and Social Policy, Washington, DC

College and Career Readiness: Using Career Pathways to Engage and Prepare Students
Randi Ludwig, East Syracuse Minoa Central School District, East Syracuse, NY
Lindsay Cogan, East Syracuse Central HS, East Syracuse, NY
Creating Career Pathways (external link)

College Connection Coaches: Helping to Increase College Attainment Rates in Southwest Indiana
Rene Hankins, Ivy Tech Community College, Terre Haute, IN
Jonathan Weinzapfel, Ivy Tech Community College, Evansville, IN

Computer Science for ALL: A National Movement
Deborah Boisvert, BATEC, Boston, MA

Creating and Implementing Rigorous Assessments to Ensure Success for All Students
Christina Kerns, Penta Career Center, Perrysburg, OH
Kathy Wilson, Northwest Ohio Tech Prep & HSTW/MMGW, Toledo, OH
Kathleen Crates, University of Findlay, Findlay, OH

Creating Career Pathways with K-12 Collaborations
Sarah Dillon, Tracy Ravin, Northcentral Technical College, Wausau, WI
Creating Career Pathways with K-12 Collaborations

CTE Program Alignment: Increasing Student Transition to Postsecondary Technical Programs
Steve Rayborn, Susan Johnson, Idaho Division of Career and Technical Education, Boise, ID

Daily Practices for Seamless Technology Integration in the Adult Education Classroom
Tara Kenjockety, South Bend School Corporation Adult Education, South Bend, IN
link to file on web

Designing an Effective and Exciting College and Career Readiness Continuum
Joy Soares, Kris Costa, Tulare County Office of Education, Visalia, CA

Disparities in Math Preparation for STEM with Equity-Focused Policy Recommendations
Christine Bailie, Amy Wiseman, E3 Alliance, Austin, TX

Friendly Federal Audits: Assistance We Can All Utilize
Michael Tinsley, Tennessee Board of Regents, Nashville, TN

From Implementation to Evaluation: Career Pathways at the College Level
Sara Hunt, Thomas P. Miller and Associates, Youngstown, OH
Daniel Clark, Ivy Tech CC, Noblesville, IN
James Dolan, Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN
Jennifer Bellville, Laura Naughton, Thomas P. Miller and Associates, Indianapolis, IN

Getting People in the Right Jobs: Certification and Technical Assessment
Anne Gielczyk, NOCTI Business Solutions, Big Rapids, MI
Danine Tomlin, Craig Hopkins, AMTEC, Versailles, KY

Going Outside the Box: Partnerships, Student Success, and CTE
Juanita Comeau, Madison College, Madison, WI
Crystal Huset, Jason Lemay, Pardeeville Area School District, Pardeeville, WI

Honorable Mention: Career Pathways Partnership Excellence Award - The Importance of Apprenticeships in Technical Education
Vincent Holtmann, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis, MO

How to create an entry-level certificate from core bioscience skill standards
Linnea Fletcher, AC2 Bio-Link Regional Center, Austin, TX
Jeanette Mowery, Madison Area Technical College, Madison, WI

Indiana Pathways Innovation Network
Shannon Doody, Alisa Deck, Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning, Indianapolis, IN

Industry-Driven Workforce Solutions: Career Pathways in the Mahoning Valley
Jessica Borza, Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition, Youngstown, OH
Ronald Iarussi, Mahoning County Career and Technical Center, Youngstown, OH

Innovative Wage Pathway Model: Low-Income Youth Advance via Wage Increase Focus
Gerrie Cotter, Steve Cole, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Columbus, OH

Innovative Teacher Development: Externships Through Industry-Education Partnerships
Roger Snow, Ogden School District, Ogden, UT
OSD-Teacher-Externship-Application.zip (all of the above files in a zip file)

Intern Today, Employee Tomorrow: Building Bridges Between Education and Employment
Janet Boston, Indiana INTERNnet, Indianapolis, IN

It Takes a Village: High School Equivalency to High-Tech Programs
Nancy Wilson, Gwen Ekundayo, Lorenza Thomas, Lawson State Community College, Bessemer, AL

JumpStart: Changing Student Lives and Responding to Industry in Nine Weeks
Anne Bartlett, Beth Cassidy, Brazosport College, Lake Jackson, TX

K-14: Partnership to Accelerate Educational Attainment and Address the Skills Gap
Kathleen Mote, Ivy Tech Community College, Madison, IN
Katie Jenner, Madison Consolidated Schools, Madison, IN

KY Fame: Kentucky’s Career Pathway System Puts Them on the Global Stage
Joshua Benton, Kentucky Economic Development Cabinet, Frankfort, KY

Micro-Credentials: Opportunity Through Stackable Achievements
Debra Killmeyer, Genevieve Foote, Community College of Allegheny County, Oakdale, PA
Susie Puskar, Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board, Pittsburgh, PA

Modern Manufacturing Work Study (MMWS): Leveraging Partnerships to Meet Industry Needs
Dick Bickerstaff, Nichole Braun, Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH
Scot McLemore, Honda North America, Inc., Marysville, OH

Moving from Strategic Initiative to Sustainability: Ten Years of Oregon Career Pathways
Ali Mageehon, Portland Community College, Portland, OR

Necessary Skills Now
John Chamberlain, Hope Cotner, CORD, Waco, TX
John Sands, CSSIA, Palos Hills, IL
Marilyn Barger, FLATE, Tampa, FL

NSF ATE: Getting People in the Right Jobs: Certification and Technical Assessment
Anne Gielczyk, NOCTI Business Solutions, Big Rapids, MI
Danine Tomlin, Craig Hopkins, AMTEC, Versailles, KY

NSF ATE: Scaling Registered Apprenticeship-Based Pathways for Sustained Impact
Allan Walker, BAE Systems Ship Repair, Norfolk, VA
Guy St. John, Oceaneering International, Chesapeake, VA
Brad Mason, AMSEC LLC, Virginia Beach, VA
Kipp Snow, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD

NSF ATE: (STEM) Skeptical Thoughts to Emerging Minds: Dispelling Myths and Building Partnerships
Elaine Craft, Emery DeWitt, South Carolina Advanced Technological Education Center of Excellence (SC ATE), Florence, SC

Postsecondary Challenge Assessments as Part of the Credit Transfer Mix from Secondary
John Townsend, Tennessee Board of Regents, Nashville, TN

Ohio's Statewide Career Technical Credit Transfer Framework: Providing Statewide Options for Student Articulation in All National Career Clusters
Jamilah Tucker, Ohio Articulation and Transfer Network, Columbus, OH

Providing Online Resources to Support College and Career Readiness
Kristen Seldon, Innovative Educators, Boulder, CO
Tammi McKinnon, Kathy Reeves, South Arkansas CC, El Dorado, AR

Restructuring IT Pathways to the Workforce: Ivy Tech's Computing and Informatics Programs
Michelle Van Noy, Education and Employment Research Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ
Matthew Cloud, Ivy Tech CC, South Bend, IN

Stackable Credentials: A Pathway to Success
Michelle Conner, Peoria Unified School District, Glendale, AZ

Sustaining Career Pathways System Development Efforts
Steven Klein, RTI International, Portland, OR
Debbie Mills, National Career Pathways Network, Waco, TX

Supply Chair Management and Logistics
Mike Rogers, Business & Logistics Management Career Academy Teacher, Millard Horizon High School

Technical Career Pathways: Partnering to Build a Strong Workforce
Amanda Blanton, Dan Averette, Tri-County Technical College, Pendleton, SC

Teaching Teamwork
John Chamberlain, CORD, Waco, TX

This Is Not Your Typical Career Fair
Mary Riepenhoff, Kelli Tebbe, Auglaize Co. Educational Service Center, Wapakoneta OH
Karen Rose, Shelly Vaughn, Mercer Co. Educational Service Center, Celina OH
Tori Vaughn, Student, Fort Recovery, OH
Jared Ebbing, Mercer County Community Development, Celina, OH

Using Evidence-Based Career Pathways with Employer-Defined Career Portfolios for Job Seekers
Steve Bennett, Humanity 2.0, Washington DC
Bill Guest
, Metrics Reporting, Inc., Byron Center, MI
Kelly Wilczak
, Mercy Health - West Michigan, Grand Rapids, MI
Jessica White-Hatinger
, West Michigan Works, Grand Rapids, MI

Utilizing Career Pathways to Strengthen College and High School Partnerships
Jane Finkenbine, Gateway Technical College, Racine, WI
Jaime Spaciel, Gateway Technical College, Kenosha, WI
Chris Neff, Racine Unified School District, Racine, WI

YCC Panel
Student Preparation Documents


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