NEW PROJECT–A collaboration between local Chambers of Commerce and the School District!
I recently presented this project to the general membership of our local Chambers. The two Chambers executive boards, school administrators and I modeled this project from a similar program that was presented at the Integrated Learning Conference in 2011 at Penn State University.
Preparing students for success after graduation is a high priority for Hatboro-Horsham School District. Whether they attend a two- or four-year college, a technical, apprenticeship, military program or immediately enter the workforce, HH is committed to ensuring all students have the necessary skills and career maturity required to succeed.
The Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce and The Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce together with the high school have collaborated to develop an employability certificate called the “School Counts Employability Certificate.”
The certificate connects learning in school to success in our community.
*Thanks to my friend Betty Holmboe for the inspiration and to Mary Dare, Jo-Anne Zapata and Becky Felton of the Horsham Chamber for helping me get this off the ground.
Filed under: 8-12, Career Development, Career Development K12, Career Education, Workforce Development | Tagged: Employability Certificate, Greater Horsham Chamber of Commerce, Hatboro Chamber of Commerce, Integrated Learning Conference, School Counts |