Creating and Improving IPS/Career Advising Framework Workshop
Workshop with optional follow-up Professional Learning Network
Graduate credit available
The IPS and career advising are important components of postsecondary success. Help your district improve its postsecondary success rate by evaluating its current IPS and career advising program and learning how to improve it. This workshop will look at how to measure student and program success as well as investigating promising practices, career development tools, family engagement, career advising, social emotional learning and work-based learning.
Friday, September 18
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 pm and 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Presenter: Joni Clark-Leiker
Retired High School Counselor and
IPS/Career Advising Consultant
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING NETWORK
The Professional Learning Network is a follow up to the virtual workshop and provides the time and support needed to implement the promising practices outlined in the workshop. Network with others and develop an action plan to improve your district’s IPS/Career Advising program. The bimonthly meetings will assist you in implementing your plan.
Begins September 30 and meets virtually
twice a month through April 2021
Time and dates of meetings TBD by group
Enrollment in the virtual workshop is required
Facilitator: Pam Kraus
CTE Coordinator at SHESC