Publications

2016
Program Guide/Curriculum
This document is a sample Parental Leave Policy outlining a minimum standard that employers can use to craft their own.
2012
Program Guide/Curriculum

This guide provides useful tips for speaking with your legislator, as well as a worksheet to help you craft your message.

2012
Program Guide/Curriculum

A toolkit to help colleges and universities assess their provision of services and supports to non-traditional and parenting students, and to make plans for improvements.

2011
Program Guide/Curriculum

A tool advisors can use with students to help them create a plan for achieving their career goals.

2011
Program Guide/Curriculum

Helps advisors better assess student needs and connect them to resources before student challenges become barriers to completion.

2011
Program Guide/Curriculum

Gives students a roadmap for the application process and helps them better prepare for their first session with their advisor, including exploring different careers before they choose a major.

2011
Program Guide/Curriculum

A tool advisors can use with students to help them identify their career networking list, set up informational interviews, and record useful information from those interviews.

2011
Program Guide/Curriculum

A toolkit to help bridge programs assess current provision of key transition services and plan for improvements.

2008
Program Guide/Curriculum

This guide gives colleges, community organizations, and workforce agencies helpful tools to guide adult learners or first-time college students at different levels of experience and education through in-depth career exploration and planning. The curriculum is designed to help more low-income adults transition into and complete college certificate or degree programs.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 1 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide provides basic information on bridge programs, including, including identification of various program models and how these programs increase access to better career paths.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 2 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide provides information on developing a bridge program, including how to design the program and curriculum, how to build employer relationships, an dhow to place students in jobs and college.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 3 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide providing information on budgeting and funding a bridge program.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 4 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide provides information on staffing, promoting, recruiting for, and marketing a bridge program.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 5 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide helps practitioners to evaluate and improve their bridge programs.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 6 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide describes statewide bridge program implementation efforts in Washington, Kentucky, Ohio, and Arkansas.

2005
Program Guide/Curriculum

Chapter 7 of the 125-page  "Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults" program development guide profiles successful bridge programs from across the country.

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