Career connected learning topic of Rural Pathways conference
Last updated 5/17/2018 at Noon
At 21 locations across the state of Washington, participants of the Rural Pathways to Prosperity conference on May 9 gathered to discuss and learn about the importance of career connected learning for young people.
The topic was a follow-up discussion from the Governor’s Summit after attendees wanted to know how to attract and connect young employees to the work force in rural communities.
New America Deputy Director for the Center on Education and Skills Brent Parton spoke first regarding the power of networks and people in moving forward with connecting young people to jobs.