Workforce & Career Education
We believe learning should have no limits, whether in school or in the workplace. Our vision is for every learner to have engaging opportunities for career exploration and development and to access education and training environments designed with their needs in mind. We also want to equip workplaces with effective practices to see, recruit, and retain diverse talent so these well-prepared learners can shape the workforce of the future.
Explore how CAST can help you with your workforce & career education needs.
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What is workforce development?
Workforce development is the ongoing preparation and maintenance of a skilled, talented, and motivated workforce through a coordinated investment in individual skill development and capacity building in schools, organizations, and communities (Jacobs, 2003). Across CAST, a strong and engaged team advances our workforce development efforts.
Our e-portfolio is helping develop research skills in undergraduate micro nano technology researchers.
We're building a more inclusive talent pool for futuristic fields as robotics, biofabrication, and hybrid electronics.
We're developing and researching a sustainable model for multigenerational making and learning that can support a STEM career trajectory.
Supporting community and technical colleges in developing and maintaining accessible materials and practices.
Our STEMfolio tool leverages mobile technologies and competency-based progress monitoring to help youth develop STEM interests and skills.
We're partnering with CTE programs in NH to support hands-on teaching in remote and hybrid environments
Bringing our e-portfolio work into CTE programs so students can show what they know in new ways.
Learn how CAST is helping build stronger career pathways for New Hampshire students in outdoor recreation.
We're building a portable e-portfolio to help document young people's prior learning in competencies relevant to future apprenticeships.
Whether your postsecondary learning is in-person or online, UDL on Campus has resources and tips for course and assignment development and delivery.