The FHI 360 College and Career Readiness: A Guide for Navigators provides a framework-based guide with specific activities for college and career readiness instruction, advising, and coaching.
Skills addressed: Written Communication, Applying Information, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Self-direction, Perseverance, Resilience, Personal Development, Multicultural Sensitivity, Conflict Resolution
FHI 360 is a nonprofit organization that develops, implements, and evaluates local solutions to health, education, economic development, environmental, and civil challenges. The organization’s education work in the United States spans from early childhood to adult education, having worked with schools and communities in 48 states for nearly 40 years. FHI 360 has focused on improving educational opportunities for youth and improving reentry programs. The organization leads the Compass Rose Collaborative, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, which works with partners in communities with high rates of poverty and crime to improve the education and employment outcomes for young people after involvement in the criminal justice system. The navigation guide was developed as part of the North Dakota Succeed 2020 Education and Workforce Initiative funded by the Hess Corporation.