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Career Ready Alabama is a statewide initiative aimed at increasing career or work-ready skills for individuals and providing businesses a tool to help them identify career ready employees. The program offers access to WorkKeys assessments, WorkKeys job profiles, Alabama Career Readiness Certificates, and online training.
The Alabama Community College System
The Alabama Community College System’s commitment to access is characterized by statewide geographical locations, open enrollment, and low-cost tuition, as well as a variety of programs and services that remove barriers to college entrance, education pathways, and workforce training opportunities.
Regional College Resources
Planning for a career starts at day one.
The goal of Worlds of Work is to present a variety of career opportunities via hands on, interactive activities across ten career worlds to students to help them make smart choices for their future and encourage them to stay in school. The desired outcome is to improve high school graduation rates and develop career interests among students to move their communities forward with workforce ready graduates.
Worlds of Work has sessions for eighth grade students as well as high school juniors and seniors. For your school or students to participate, please call Lisa Morales at 256.231.5160, ext. 19.
Career Focus Areas Represented:
- Automotive and Manufacturing
- Energy and Utilities
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Public Service
For Additional Information:
Visit the Worlds of Work Website at www.woweast.com
Contact Lisa Morales at 256.231.5160; ext. 19 or email@example.com
- Calhoun County – all schools in the county
- Clay County – all schools in the county
- Cleburne County – all schools in the county
- Gadsden City Schools
- Randolph County – all schools in the county
- Talladega County – all schools in the county
Worlds of Work Notes
I was extremely impressed with the event. The hands on experience offered much more than comparable events in the past that I have attended. Again, I think the program was absolutely phenomenal.
The students were wonderful to work with any my employees had a great time. I can only see it evolving into something even better in years to come.