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Arizona Department of Education
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Work-Based Learning includes strategies that allow schools to go beyond the classroom and into the community to develop student competencies. The activities allow students to apply classroom theories and explore career options at the work site, as well as connect classroom learning to work. Work-based learning is not a class. It is a method of instruction that enhances a related class in which a student is currently or has been enrolled in. Work-Based Learning experiences are available in each CTE Program. Work-based Learning may be accomplished through:

Apprenticeship
Cooperative Education
Distributive Cooperative Education
Healthcare Experiences
Internship
Job Shadowing
Laboratory/Simulation Project
Mentorships
School-based enterprise
Service Learning
Supervised Agricultural Experience

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AgriScience
Agriculture and Welding
Business and Marketing Education
Construction Science Technologies
Education and Training
Engineering and Information Technologies
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health Science Technologies
Information Technologies
Manufacturing
Professional Skills
Public Service Careers
Transportation Technologies
Welding Technologies
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ADE CTE
Date Added:
05/05/2021
Career and Technical Student Organizations - CTSO
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Over 40,000 students participate in Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO). These dynamic organizations develop academic success through applied academics, promote choice and identification of career options and foster interpersonal skills in teamwork, communications human relations and social interactions. They also encourage excellence in scholarship, build character, promote citizenship, volunteerism and patriotism, endorse cooperation and cooperative attitudes among all people and provide opportunities for state, national and international travel through internships, camps and leadership conferences. The eight Arizona CTSOs are Arizona Thespians, DECA, Educators Rising, FBLA, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, and SkillsUSA.

Subject:
AgriScience
Agriculture and Welding
Business and Marketing Education
Communication Media Technologies
Construction Science Technologies
Education and Training
Engineering and Information Technologies
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health Science Technologies
Professional Skills
Public Service Careers
Transportation Technologies
Welding Technologies
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Author:
ADE CTE
Date Added:
10/05/2020
My Future AZ
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My Future AZ utilizes proven technology and infrastructure from Pipeline AZ, an Arizona career development and job skills exploration platform, to offer students comprehensive resources and support to plan for their future careers.

Pipeline AZ (PAZ) is a community-funded platform supporting student and adult career explorers, job seekers, workforce organizations, education and training providers, and employers. The platform has received statewide support as the end-to-end solution for stakeholders across workforce development due to its unique features and benefits, as well as its comprehensive reporting capabilities.

Subject:
AgriScience
Agriculture and Welding
Business and Marketing Education
Communication Media Technologies
Construction Science Technologies
Education and Training
Engineering and Information Technologies
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health Science Technologies
Professional Skills
Public Service Careers
Transportation Technologies
Welding Technologies
Material Type:
Primary Source
Author:
ADE CTE
Pipeline AZ
Date Added:
09/03/2021