Workbay offers a career development platform with career navigation, skill building and badging, access to professional networks, recruitment, and jobs.
Gladeo offers customizable career navigation platforms designed to address learner barriers to in-demand careers, including videos with inclusive career models, career search and assessment tools, and a suite of career exploration courses.
zSpace offers augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) experiential learning in science, math, and career and technical education areas to build learner expertise and knowledge and foster collaborative learning.
The Working Stronger and Smarter Handbook from SRI International provides learning principles and instructional practices ideas for educators and employers to help technical education students build employability skills.
Stacking the Deck competency cards use the U.S. Department of Labor’s Engineering Competency Model categories to create opportunities for students to understand and practice employability skills.
Workplace Skills Tutorials are learning modules for Career & Technical Education (CTE) professionals that cover workplace skills such as communication, problem solving techniques, and supervisory skills.
World of Work Inventory (WOWI) offers the WOWI career assessment, which incorporates career interests, work-related skills, and values to find the user’s best career matches.
The WIN Initiative offers job search and career planning workshops with an emphasis on building participants’ social- and self-awareness of factors influencing employment and job growth.
Career Conversation Starters are conversational prompts that can be used to help students clarify and build their mindsets and behaviors for personal, academic, and workplace success.
WholeStory prepares job seekers to develop their personal story to communicate and highlight their strengths and skills.
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