College and Career Readiness

K-12: We ALL have a hand in this!

Chapter 339 Planning Workshop - Register Here!

Pennsylvania requires all school districts to have a K-12 School Counseling Plan as part of Chapter 339. Join us on October 25, 2016 to complete your plan and learn about the use of data for program accountability.

Employer Engagement Workshop - Register Here!

Administrators, counselors, and stakeholders won't want to miss this workshop designed to reinvigorate a school's approach to employer engagement. March 29, 2017 Allegheny Intermediate Unit 475 East Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120

What does it mean?

College and career readiness demands students know more than just content. They must also demonstrate that they know how to learn and build upon that content to solve problems. They must develop versatile communication skills, work collaboratively and work competitively in a school or work environment. Ensuring that students possess both the academic and technical know-how necessary for a career beyond the classroom is a great step toward succeeding on whatever path they choose.


Research shows that starting the conversation of college and career readiness early helps to better prepare students to be active and contributing members with realized 21st Century Skills.

4 PRINCIPLES TO CREATING A CAREER AND COLLEGE GOING CULTURE

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Consider the following ideas to create a culture of College and Career Readiness in your school:

Additional Resources

Resources to share with students:

Resources to share with staff:

Discover RIU6!

RIU6 is a regional educational service agency supporting the needs of the public and nonpublic schools in Clarion, Jefferson, Forest and Venango counties. We provide support programs, training and therapy services to school districts and nonpublic schools including: Curriculum, Technology, Early Intervention, Speech and Language, Itinerant Hearing and Vision Support, Emotional Support, Life Skills/Multidisabled Support, Penn Data (child tracking system), Gifted Coordinator Services, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Life Skills Vocational Services, Physical and Occupational Therapy Support, and Transportation.