Career Ladders Project is honored to build upon our existing relationships with Oakland Unified School District and Berkeley City College with an innovative grant from SAP to collaboratively plan and pilot the first west coast SAP 9-14 Information Communications Technology (ICT)/Digital Media Pathway. SAP seeks to develop critical talent for the sector, particularly to increase underrepresented student participation and success. In addition to partnership and resources, SAP has co-designed with K-14 faculty and staff the development of an innovative virtual mentoring and work-based learning platform with non-profit iCouldbe.
CLP provides this K-14 partnership support with strategic planning, pathway sequence and process mapping to ensure development and institutionalization of supported intersegmental transition, early college credit opportunities, and work-based learning, a robust faculty and staff community of practice facilitation, and dissemination of best practices and lessons learned.
BCC-OUSD ICT/Digital Media Pathway Model and Local Best Practices
Digital Media Pathway Redesign for Better Student Outcomes
How CCCPT Grants Leverage the ICT Model Curriculum and IT Technician Pathway
For more information on this project please contact Katherine Bergman.