Business partners and Wisconsin school district staff, especially administrators, counselors, ACP staff, CTE faculty, special education faculty, and CESA coordinators are invited to attend the 2019 Academic and Career Planning/Pathways Wisconsin-sponsored Educator and Business Partnerships Conference.
Academic and Career Planning (ACP), Career Pathways, and quality career and technical education (CTE) begin with robust education and business partnerships. Session topics for both employers and educators will be offered in four strands:
- Youth in the Workplace
- Career-Based Learning Experiences
- Effective Partnerships
- Quality Career Pathways
- Pre-Conferences (one or both) and Conference: $125
- Evening reception: OPEN to all attendees
- Conference day only: $100
Tuesday, December 10, Pre-Conference Sessions
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.: Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment: Results-Driven Planning for Perkins V
Audience: Perkins Fiscal Agent CTE Coordinators. Encouraged to bring a core district leadership team that could include: data stewards, CTE teachers, school counselors, curriculum directors, and other district staff as needed.
1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.: Pathways Wisconsin Planning Workshop
Audience: For Wisconsin regions intending to develop, implement, and offer State Endorsed Regional Career Pathways in 2020-21. Regional partners include: CESAs (executive directors and ACP coordinators); Regional Economic Development Organizations (Inspire leads); technical colleges (Career Prep and Pathway Coordinators); two- and four-year universities, including private schools (high school liaisons); Workforce Development Boards (business and youth services); chambers of commerce (K12 education liaisons). This workshop is not intended for individual districts.
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.: Evening reception open to all attendees
Wednesday, December 11, Conference,
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Audience: Employers, secondary and postsecondary educators including counselors, CTE staff, special education teachers and administrators, workforce development, economic development, youth services agencies
Opening: The Future of Learning and Work: Bridging the Gap Between Educators and Employers
Automation, digitization, and acceleration are dramatically changing our world and the workplace. These trends require that we think about both learning and work differently, and the most successful companies are preparing for the future now with strategies to upskill and reskill their employees and partnering with education institutions to help students prepare for the world of work in the fourth Industrial Revolution. Join Kelly Palmer as she addresses the new reality. She is Chief Learning Officer of Degreed, an education technology company engaged in enabling and recognizing professional and lifelong learning and skill; former chief learning officer, LinkedIn; former vice president of learning, Yahoo! Read more about the speaker ...
Lunch opener: Embrace the Force of Youth in Our Future
Lauren Jones, Program Director, Colorado Community College System. Read more about the speaker ...
Luncheon Remarks: Take Action to Develop the Most Important Piece of Your Supply Chain: Your Workforce!
Ed Paradowski, President, Apache Stainless. Read more about the speaker ...
Jeanne Rhodes, CESA 1, (262) 787-9500, ext. 9563