Career Pathways Program
"Why I Need a Career Pathway" Contest
The Second Annual RCCPC “Why I Need a Career Pathway” contest is now open! High school students in St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, & Martin are encouraged to create videos that highlight the benefits of the RCCPC career pathway program. There will be one $1,000 IRSC scholarship awarded to a winner from each county served by RCCPC (St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, & Martin).
Application availability date – Dec. 16, 2015
Application deadline – Feb. 19, 2016
Voting Polls Open – Feb. 26 – Mar. 23, 2016
Winners will be announced – Mar. 30, 2016
Need an example? Check out the 2015 winning video:
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For more information about the contest and requirements, please see the:
entry rules and image/photo/video release form.
What is the Career Pathways program?
The Career Pathways program is a system created to streamline the process of attaining a practical, effective education that provides the student with the training and guidance necessary to be successful in choosing and obtaining a career.
Who can use Career Pathways?
Career Pathways can be used by students recently graduated from high school OR by adults who have been out of school for quite some time. In either case, career pathways students need to have the desire to help themselves and the desire to explore the possibilities of a new profession.
How do I get started?
Current high school students: To get started, contact your counselor at your high school to receive more information about participating in any of the career academies available at your school. College students/career academy completers: Contact your IRSC advisor to discuss how to effectively take advantage of your articulation credits.
Who We Are
Career Pathways — Higher Learning & Higher Earning in Florida
Career Pathways transforms Florida's education system to focus on assisting Floridians attain degrees, certificates, and credentials that lead to demand occupations, increased wage gain, and lifelong learning. To grow our state and local economy, students must have the skills to compete for family wage jobs. Career Pathways is a key initiative of Florida’s education, workforce development and economic development agenda.