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|What is Career Pathways?
A Career Pathway is a sequence of courses designed to help students explore and prepare for a specific career area. A career and academic sequence is recommended for all students regardless of post-secondary intentions. These sequences include progressive exposure to the workforce world.
As designed by the Carl D. Perkins Grant, a Career Pathway program of study identifies options for students to use when planning course work and other education activities that lead to a career. A program of study specifies secondary and post-secondary courses, includes academic and Career and Technical Education (CTE) content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of courses. It also can include dual enrollment opportunities, industry-related certifications, and associate or baccalaureate degree goals. Students can earn college credit by taking a CTE program of study and entering the post-secondary institution included in the articulated program. The College of Central Florida has articulation agreements with Marion, Citrus, Levy, Sumter, Lake, Alachua and Hernando counties.
A Student’s Roadmap for Career Pathways:
This document may not reflect new or modified programs of study or regulations. Information is subject to change without notice. Data provided is for information purposes only. Produced August 2011.