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Spring Meeting Highlights Oracle Academy

Monday, March 29th, 2010

The Spring Meeting is in full swing this week! In the final installment of our Spring Meeting Sponsor Series, we highlight Oracle Academy. Denise Hobbs is representing Oracle at our meeting. Oracle also contributed to today’s luncheon.

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Visit Denise in her studio Tuesday, March 30 in the Jefferson Room directly across the hall from our general session meeting room, Thurgood Marshall North.

Oracle Academy provides a comprehensive set of education resources. For example, Oracle has advanced STEM education in the US for over a decade and is committed to helping students develop the skills needed for life and work in the 21st century. Our state-of-the art technology programs, the Oracle Academy and ThinkQuest, support over 1.2 million students in 95 countries each year at an in-kind grant value of over $2 billion USD Academy provides a complete portfolio of software, curriculum, hosted technology, faculty training, support, and certification resources to K–12, vocational, and higher education institutions for teaching use. Faculty can flexibly insert these resources into computer science and business programs, ensuring that students gain industry-relevant skills prior to entering the workforce. Institutions may elect to participate in any of the three program options:

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ALL-STAR SPONSORS TO BE RECOGNIZED TUESDAY

On Tuesday, NASDCTEc will be honoring our All-Star Sponsors at a special recognition luncheon. All-Star sponsors have provided consistent support to our organization over the years. This year’s All-Star sponsors include Oracle Academy, Cisco, Home Builders Institute, NOCTI,  Career Communications, Kuder, EMSI, Career Technical Education Consortium of States, Incorporated, and AdvancED/Today’s Class. THANK YOU ALL-STARS!

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Spring Meeting Sponsor Series Highlight

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

As we continue our blog series on Spring meeting sponsors, we want to highlight Kuder.

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Kuder, Inc. (Kuder) provides today’s students and adults with proven solutions to navigate life’s career journey. We offer customized online solutions for career planners at all life stages, while facilitating communication and collaboration between key stakeholders in economic prosperity – education, business, industry, community, and state agencies.

 New Suite for All Ages: Our new Internet-based Kuder® Career Planning System (KCPS) provides comprehensive, developmentally-appropriate tools and resources for all ages, including Kuder® Galaxy for elementary students; Kuder® Navigator for middle school and high school students; and Kuder® Journey for postsecondary students and adults. Each solution is backed by a powerful Administrative Database Management System. A community needs assessment, curriculum series, professional development, and support services complete the suite of solutions.

 Customization Sets Us Apart: At Kuder, we realize the needs of our customers are varied and unique. In order to support today’s global demands, we offer custom-made solutions. Our process for customization starts with YOU – we form partnerships, listen to our clients, and gather information to understand current educational and career guidance needs, environment and economic conditions, and the populations being served. Our unique combination of cutting-edge, creative technology and practical experience ensures insightful analysis with unsurpassed project performance.

Learn More: We have created over 100 custom systems for schools, school districts, colleges, and private consulting companies worldwide. States, including Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Tennessee, have also successfully customized our proven solutions to meet their educational standards and career guidance needs. Contact us to begin your partnership with Kuder today at 800.314.8972 or [email protected].

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