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Cuyahoga Valley Career Center College Night
Location:  8001 Brecksville Rd., Brecksville Ohio 44141
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022  6:00 - 7:30 PM 
For high school students and their parents
Up to 135 colleges/universities will attend the 26th annual Cuyahoga Valley College Night. College alumni or admissions representatives will provide information packets and be available to answer your questions. We expect over 2,000 students and parents at this annual college fair on Oct. 6 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.

Cuyahoga Valley College Night Consortium is sponsored by 11 high schools in Northeast Ohio: Brecksville-Broadview Hts., Cuyahoga Hts., Cuyahoga Valley Career Center, Garfield Hts., Independence, Nordonia, North Royalton, Padua Franciscan, Revere, Trinity, and Twinsburg. For more information click HERE

 
SEL Workforce Readiness Institute
Starts October 18th
The changing landscape of the American workplace in recent decades has resulted in a demand for skills such collaboration, critical thinking, perseverance, and communication. Surveyed executives indicate that these types of skills, sometimes called “employability/career-readiness skills” or “social emotional learning” (SEL) skills, are equal to or more important than technical skills and yet are difficult to find in employees.  A major reason for the qualified labor shortage is that fewer students are graduating high school with the skills required for today’s workplace (casel.org). Schools must rise to meet the challenge and bridge this gap in order to prepare students to have thriving careers and fulfilling lives.
Dates: October 18th - virtual ,  Nov. 16th - virtual , Dec. 9th - virtual,  Jan. 25th - in person.

For additional information and registration click  HERE
 
Teacher Work-Based Learning Institute
The ESC of Northeast Ohio is piloting a program for general education teachers, counselors, and staff to learn from local business leaders about businesses, their hiring needs, and ways educators can support students’ career development.

Check back soon for more information and dates.  
 
CWRU Anatomy Camps for Secondary Students
The ESC of Northeast Ohio, the Northeast Ohio Business Advisory Council (BAC) and, ESC NEO Works, are partnering with the Anatomy Department of the Case Western ReserveUniversity (CWRU) School of Medicine to introduce secondary students to potential careers in the health field. This program provides an opportunity for middle and high school students to participate in CWRU’s Anatomy Camp led by CWRU medical students.
 

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