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CLP will be presenting at the National Council of La Raza meeting in September!

April 24th 2017 - Uncategorized

CLP will be presenting at the National Council of La Raza‘s annual Workforce Development Forum to be held in Las Vegas this coming September in a session titled “Designing and Scaling College and Career Pathways for Opportunity Youth.” Elisha Smith-Arrillaga will present on CLP’s work with SIATech, a network of fully accredited public charter high schools focusing on dropout recovery […]

CLP is hiring!

December 6th 2016 - Uncategorized

We are seeking people to fill the following roles:   Community College Associate The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Community College Associate to be an integral part of the CLP team in working with community colleges and their partners to develop, implement and document high-quality pathway and transition approaches to improving student success. […]

Protected: Site Map

August 11th 2016 - Uncategorized

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Career Ladders Project is seeking three dynamic professionals to join our team!!

April 20th 2016 - Uncategorized

Community College Associate The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking a Community College Associate to be a part of the CLP team in working with community colleges and their partners in developing, implementing and documenting high quality pathway and transition approaches to improving student success. This position is a full-time or part- time exempt position […]

HIP 4 Photo Gallery

October 28th 2014 - Uncategorized

HIP 3 Photo Gallery

August 22nd 2014 - Uncategorized

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High Impact Pathway Maps

June 21st 2013 - Uncategorized

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Hands Across California

April 20th 2011 - Stories, Uncategorized

California’s community college system is the largest in the nation—112 colleges spanning the state and providing education and job training to nearly 3 million students every year. Yet every day, students struggle to pay for the cost of an education and face the difficult decision of giving up their educational dreams for lack of funds. […]