Guided Pathways as a Framework for Integrating Student Success Efforts: A Case Study of Three California Community Colleges

September 12th 2018 - News

A new CLP brief explores how colleges can use Guided Pathways to bring together innovation, people, and resources across initiatives. It highlights the stories of three California community colleges that have worked to intentionally align different initiatives and have utilized Guided Pathways design principles to focus integrated planning efforts. This brief argues that guided pathways […]

As Governor Jerry Brown calls for math reform, LearningWorks initiatives emerge.

February 26th 2016 - News

Via ED Source Oakland, Calif., March 1, 2016. LearningWorks was mentioned this month in an Edsource article which detailed Governor Jerry Brown’s intent to ask California institutions to compete to create math reform across the state. The governor “is proposing spending $3 million for a competition to develop a year-long math course that is closely aligned with […]

Skyline High School’s Computer Academy visits Berkeley City College

May 25th 2015 - News

  On May 21, 2015 50 students from Skyline High School’s Computer Academy clambered out of a bus on Center Street and poured into the foyer of Berkeley Community College (BCC). Just as enthusiastically awaiting them were Berkeley City College faculty and staff, and executives and technology architects from SAP. Half of the kids headed up to meet Mary […]

East Bay Career Pathways Convening at Kaiser Permanente Garfield Innovation Center

March 9th 2015 - News

On May 7th, 2015, an eager crowd of educators, administrators and industry partners gathered at Kaiser Permanente Garfield Innovation Center for the East Bay Career Pathways Trust Convening (EBCPT).  The gathering highlighted non-common career pathways in the health field, and held a number of thought-provoking presentations. Discussions were happening at every corner of the event. […]

DVC launches careers through the CAA’s Pre-Apprenticeship Program

February 4th 2015 - News

David Rivas, 28, leans over rows of rebar at a Habitat for Humanity construction site in Walnut Creek. It’s a hot May day and Rivas is part of a 17 member trade pre-apprenticeship cohort at Diablo Valley College. Today, the group is preparing for a critical foundation inspection, but Rivas isn’t worried, “I fix things,” […]

Job Posting – Program Assistant at Career Ladders Project

December 24th 2013 - News

An Invitation to Apply for the Position of Program Assistant – Career Ladders Project Foundation for California Community Colleges An Equal Opportunity Employer The Career Ladders Project (CLP) is seeking two Program Assistants (PA) to join a dynamic team of professionals to advance the organization’s programmatic and operational goals. These positions are full time, non-exempt […]

High Impact Pathway Maps

June 21st 2013 - Uncategorized

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In the News: LBCC Awarded Grant to Further Help Linked Learning Academy High School Students

May 13th 2013 - News

Career Ladders Project, CCCLLI and Linked Learning in the news! via the Long Beach Post: “Long Beach City College was awarded a $75,000 Career Ladders Project (CLP) grant as they began participation in the California Community College Linked Learning Initiative (CCCLLI), which aims to ease the transition for high school graduates in healthcare-related Linked Learning […]

iDesign-M at Laney College

July 16th 2012 - News

“Taking this class makes me think that what I’m learning is useful,” says Sonia Xu of Alameda High. “I actually got to use some of the math I learned in school here. It was kind of weird to use the stuff I learned.” Sonia is one of 18 high school students taking part in the […]

ATLAS Workforce Development Program at College of Alameda

June 20th 2012 - News

Once you enter the E building at Alameda College, it’s hard to imagine you haven’t just stepped into a contemporary American warehouse. In fact, that’s the point. “The equipment and material we use here is designed to mimic what you might find in any warehouse,” says instructor John Taylor, “it’s what the students are most […]