College and Career Readiness
Principles of College and Career Readiness
Creating the conditions for young people to reach their full potential
Out-of-school time (OST) allows youth to further explore and develop skills related to career interests in more engaging settings. OST programs are a fantastic place to begin learning about different types of careers and the multiple paths that lead young people to a satisfying future.
WYAA’s College and Career Readiness Toolkit features six units that offer a comprehensive guide to help middle and high school out-of-school-time programs get laser focused on building 21st century skills and supporting young people as they navigate through the complex world of planning for their advanced education and careers.
Unit 1: Principles of College and Career Readiness
Unit 1: Principles of Career and College Readiness
- Creating A College and Career Readiness Culture in OST Programs
- Framing College-Going Culture
- Balancing Priorities and Resources
- Creating an Evaluation Plan
Unit 2: Guiding Youth Through College and Career Decisions
Unit 3: Skills for College and Career Readiness
Unit 4: College and Career Options in Wyoming
Unit 5: College Options in Wyoming
Unit 6: Paying for College
Many thanks to the Maryland Out of School Time (MOST) Network 50 State Afterschool Network for supporting this work!
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Mission: The Wyoming Afterschool Alliance is a statewide network working to create the conditions for young people to reach their full potential. We are a priority fund of the Wyoming Community Foundation.
WYOMING AFTERSCHOOL ALLIANCE
1472 N. 5th Street, Suite 201
Laramie, WY 82072