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Arkansas Dept of Workforce Education
Office of Career Guidance, Exploration, and Preparation
The Arkansas College and
Career Readiness Planning Program
Requires “consistent precollege readiness assessments to increase successful student transitions into postsecondary education” And,
Measure student readiness for future learning without remediation to improve college and workforce readiness
Increasing the high school and college graduation rate of male students in Arkansas by only five percent could lead to a combined savings and revenue of almost $77 million each year by reducing crime-related costs (Alliance for Excellent Education, June 2007).
According to Arkansas’ Kuder data
There are 12% more girls in the 11th and 12th grades compared to a 50/50 ratio in the 8th grade.
According to Ark Dept of Higher Ed
There are about 10% more girls graduating than boys from 4-year universities.
If Arkansas’ high schools and colleges raise the graduation rates of Hispanic, African-American, and Native-American students to the levels of white students by 2020, the potential increase in personal income would add more than $785 million to the state economy.
If Arkansas’ likely dropouts from the class of 2006 graduated instead, the state could save more than $94 million in Medicaid and expenditures for uninsured care over the course of those young people’s lifetimes.
Almost 50% of college students never graduate
30% of college students leave school at the end of their first year and another 30% take five or six years to earn their degree
Dropouts from the class of 2006 cost the state more than $2.7 billion in lost wages, taxes, and productivity over their lifetimes
-Interests, Skills & Values with a Person Match
By comparing the job profile and individual assessment results, skills gaps can be identified
Governor’s Initiative Video Spot
“We must have a career ready workforce”
A (CDF) is a person who has been specially trained to work with students or dislocated workers to assist with vocational and educational planning, assessments, and workforce preparation from middle school through postsecondary education and the adult workforce.
Student Career Development Coach
Career Action Plan Program Facilitator
School Career Guidance Counselor
Job Search Trainer
Co-op and Tech Center Coordinators
Job Profiling: to match applicants with jobs
Measures an individual’s
This is to certify extensive training
Johnny B. Good__
Arkansas High School Graduation Requirements
Arkansas Dept of Education Smart Core
Advertising & Graphic Design Program of Study
Adobe Premier CS3 Certification
GOLD Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate
Skills attained: Proficient in Adobe Premier Pro
CTSO Member: FBLA & Skills USA
Concurrent College Credit Earned: Fundamentals of Graphic Design
Signed this day the 18th of May , 2009
Dept of Workforce Education