In many schools across the United States, career education is broadening in scope and taking on new forms. While a college degree is still extremely valuable, some students are thinking of innovative ways to navigate to a career, starting in K-12 education. The effects are felt within and beyond traditional Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
A summary of enhancements based on school's feedback from the 2014-2015 school year.
This school year, counseling staff used Naviance eDocs to send more than 32 million documents, supporting 1.3 million high school seniors from 28 countries. Here are 5 reasons why Naviance eDocs rocks.
Here are five ways your charter school can maximize its college and career readiness efforts, and help all students prepare for their next step.
This school year, we’re pleased to introduce several key improvements to Naviance eDocs. Here is a brief summary of eDocs additions new for the 2016-17 school year.
Our mission is to connect learning to life, and we love to hear stories about how Naviance has made a difference in a student’s journey toward college and career readiness. We recently asked Naviance Network members to share ways that Naviance has made an impact on their students and schools.
We’ve developed a simple framework to help students begin their self-reflection and to help counselors jumpstart the conversation.
Naviance eDocs has transformed the process of sending electronic transcripts and letters of recommendation, and all but done away with mailing paper forms at his school. Now, it’s as simple as ‘upload and send’.
Expanding the Definition of College and Career Readiness: Introducing the CCLR Framework White Paper
Traditionally, college and career readiness (CCR) in schools has been centered around three areas: academic skills, career knowledge and college knowledge. But research shows that this isn’t enough.
At this year’s Naviance Summer Institute, Naviance Network members received a free strengths coaching session with a Gallup Consultant, a preview of Gallup's professional development program which teaches educators how to leverage their strengths and impact student engagement.
What do you want to be when you grow up? That can be a tough question to answer when you’re not sure. The good news is that there are things you can do this spring to help you have a better idea and plan for your next step, whether you’re in 6th grade, 12th grade, or somewhere in between.
Hobsons attended the National College Access Network annual conference and brought back lessons and knowledge that both college access professionals and counselors can use every day.
One of the best ways for students to get a feel for a college is to meet with college representatives who take time to visit their high school. But for counselors, identifying colleges and scheduling those visits isn’t always easy. Two California high schools figured out how to streamline that process and increase the number of reps visiting their schools.
Everett Public Schools in Washington, like many districts, is filled with students who have high aspirations.