ASAE Annual – Apprenticeship/Workforce Panel Aug. 22nd @ 2:30

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Attend this ASAE panel and hear Jane Oates, Von Ton-Quinlivan, and Ryan Craig, three of the foremost thought leaders on workforce and apprenticeships. All three are involved with Apprenticeship for America. A partial press release for Apprenticeships for America is below. ————————————————————————————————————————————————   Workforce Policy Experts, Fortune 500 Employers, Leading Intermediaries Join National Effort to…

CalSAE Elevate – Workforce Development: Key to Long-Term Growth

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Summary: Attracting and retaining talent is becoming more crucial for every industry. Associations, being company agnostic, can help the industry as a whole. Associations can become the conduit and resource to attract, train, and retain talent for their industry. Small and medium-size employers, companies where most people are employed, lack the education, training, and outreach…

The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm

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The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm Reposted from Association Forecast: Alcorn Associates Blog “The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm” white paper was co-authored by Shelly Alcorn and Elizabeth Weaver Engel, MA, CAE.  Alcorn says, “This paper was a labor of love and has been a number of years in the making.” In…

Salary Negotiation Skills for College Women

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Career Readiness: Salary Negotiation Skills for Women – Awhile back The New York Times had an article about workshops at the College of Mount St. Vincent in the Bronx — and their goal: to help college-aged women learn salary negotiation skills. The Wage Project  an organization aiming to closing the gender pay gap, along with the American…

Internships, Apprenticeships and Scholarships

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Opportunities 50% of students first job is Sales – out of the 4,000 collges in the USA only 100 even offer a Saels Class Join El Camino College NFTE! and Cue Career for a free Sales workshop on Nov 9th 1pm PT – threre are currently 1-million open entry level sales jobs in the USA…

Career in the Classroom Live-Streams for Schools

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El Camino College in conjunction with NFTE! and Cue Career will be hosting a free Sales Workshop on Nov 9th 1pm PT   You can sign-up Here   Due to Covid-19, we will be rescheduling Cue Career “Career in the Classroom” for February 20222 In the meantime – you can check out some past Career…

Associations and the Future of Work

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Cue Career wants to thank the Alper Family Foundation for their generous support of our Association of the Year Award and Student Program of the Year Award. The winners are Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI) and Calculus Roundtable Each entity was awarded $1,000. ICPI won for their Hardscaping Is campaign. Calculus Roundtable won for their…

Gen Z Discovers Why Joining a Professional Association is Good Social Capital

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Gen Z and Millennials are unique in that they have never known a world without technology; therefore they rely heavily on it, both professionally and personally. Even when it comes to their careers, millennials use social media -whether it’s networking with peers, job hunting or seeking career advice, social media platforms seem to have replaced…

College Students and The National Association of Scholars

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What does the National Association of Scholars and College students have to do with Career Exploration and Career Readiness? Well for starters, whether interviewing for an internship or a job, the interviewer may ask, “What was the last book you read?”  The National Association of Scholars is an independent membership association of academics and others…

Last Mile Training for Students

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This summer there was an article in The NY Times called A New Kind of Tech Job Emphasizes Skills, Not a College Degree. It discussed a new but promising category in the American labor market: people working in so-called new-collar or middle-skill jobs. As the United States struggles with how to match good jobs to…

Calculus Roundtable & Cue Career Partner & Bring Career Exploration to Students

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  For Immediate Release OAKLAND – The Calculus Roundtable and Cue Career announce a joint strategic partnership to provide career education to young people and prepare them for work with some of the most influential trade organizations in the country. Calculus Roundtable already holds an impressive record of CTE successes in urban school districts. Cue Career…