|To take advantage of global market opportunities, companies desire workers with global competence—that is, the capacity and disposition to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Engaging all CTE students through content that highlights diverse cultures is critical because cultural relevance leads to enduring engagement in CTE careers. Participants will leave this session with an understanding of which employability skills are important for careers in our interconnected world.
Join us for Session II, where we will together examine robust CTE projects that connect local and global issues using the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This session will share new free tools and professional development materials created by national organizations Asia Society, ACTE, and Advance CTE including: career awareness tools for students, sample lesson plans embedded with global career readiness skills, alignment to standards, and much more.