TWEET(S) OF THE WEEK
— KY Dept of Education (@KyDeptofEd) January 11, 2017
— Charlie Baker (@MassGovernor) January 11, 2017
— Advance CTE (@CTEWorks) January 11, 2017
— Ryan Reyna (@RyanEReyna) January 11, 2017
RESOURCE OF THE WEEK
Earlier this week, 10 states received $2 million each to strengthen career-focused education starting in high school and ending with postsecondary degrees or credentials aligned with high-skill jobs in their state as part of the New Skills for Youth initiative. All states were selected from a cohort of 24 that received $100,000 grants to plan long-term career readiness education programs in March, and will now put those plans into action. Want to learn more about what the 10 states have accomplished so far? Read our 10 state snapshots.
VIDEO OF THE WEEK
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is spearheading this $75 million effort, and CEO Jamie Dimon discussed the importance of providing career opportunities to youth around the country stating, “It is a moral imperative that we get jobs for kids.” Hear more about why JPMorgan Chase is leading this important work.
Katie Fitzgerald, Senior Associate, Communications
Tags: New Skills for Youth