How to Fund CTE
The McKinney-Vento Act provides rights and services to children and youth experiencing homelessness.
The ESSER Fund, established in the CARES Act, awards subgrants to those impacted by COVID-19.
The Perkins IV is a source of federal funding to provide support for the development of CTE skills in students.
The Perkins V expands on previous legislation to provide funding for CTE skills in students.
We map and enhance the student journey.
Annual Aptitude Assessment
Each year, we assess what students have learned on the platform to help them further pinpoint their career paths. This helps students see improvement over time and helps districts measure student trends.
Regularly Updated Content
Information is regularly updated to give students refreshed resources, new workforce readiness information, more micro-credential opportunities and so much more!
Location Specific Resources
Students see available information within a 50 miles radius to help decrease access barriers, increase equity, and promote programs that provide student help.
We seek to use technology to solve social impact goals to make the world a better place for everyone in our future.
To solve racial and gender equity in careers with access to resources and education for professional growth.
We hope to give our future workforce a fighting chance against the trials of COVID-19 era education and balance socioeconomic stressors.