College to Careers Transitions Coordinator Print E-mail

The College to Careers Transitions Coordinator helps make connections between high school, college, business and industry. CCTCS work to enhance the knowledge level about career and technical education opportunities available to secondary students at the postsecondary level through communication of career coaching activities, dual enrollment opportunities, and articulation agreements.

In cooperation and collaboration with regional, state, and local entities the College to Career Transitions Coordinator:

  • Assists in promoting linkages between secondary and postsecondary career and technical education programs
  • Places a greater emphasis on career guidance and development
  • Provides opportunities for students to obtain knowledge of high-skill, high-wage, high-demand occupations
  • Facilitate professional development opportunities for career and technical education teachers, postsecondary faculty and counselors related to Career and Technical Education
  • Facilitate increased information sharing to counselors, teachers, students, and parents regarding opportunities at the postsecondary level
  • Enhance and build partnerships with business and industry to support the development of programs of study in high-wage, high-skill and high demand occupations
  • Provide career coaching services to secondary students 

Six Key Priorities* for College & Career Transitions Coordinators:

1. Increase the number of high school seniors making application to postsecondary institutions;
2. Increase the number of high school seniors making application to federal financial assistance;
3. Increase the number of high school seniors enrolling in postsecondary institutions;
4. Increase the number of high school seniors receiving federal financial assistance;
5. Increase the number of high school students participating in dual enrollment programs;
6. Increase the number of implemented programs of study/career pathways.

Promoting Student Success and Skill Development through Career and Technical Education

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