Washington’s Path to a Strong, Statewide System
2020 Career Connect Washington Progress Report to Governor Inslee and the Legislature (September 2020)
The Career Connect Washington Progress Report is submitted to Governor Inslee and the Washington State Legislature.
Now more than ever, young people need career connected learning programs that connect them to real careers and set them up for success. CCW is addressing critical, immediate needs of students in our new reality with COVID-19 and helping programs and students adapt moving forward. Despite the immense challenges posed by COVID-19, momentum is still growing to build a connected system for career connected learning that delivers high quality programs for students.
We are pleased to submit the following report showcasing the progress our state has made toward a comprehensive state-wide system for career connected learning that ensures every young adult in Washington will have multiple pathways toward economic self-sufficiency and fulfilment.
CCW Overview and Update (February 2020)
This slide deck maps out the challenge, the opportunities, the solution and the path forward. It also illustrates the many different kinds of opportunities that are available to students, from basic exploratory activities to a total career launch.
Career Connect Washington Report to the Legislature (September 2019)
Career Connect Washington is committed to reporting our progress to the Legislature on an annual basis. Read this document for information about progress made in 2019.
Career Connect Washington Strategic Plan — Detailed Materials (January 16, 2019)
This longer document also contains additional information about stakeholders, organizational structures, industry examples, the approach to equity and initial policy recommendations.