The MORE collaborative is working on several initiatives designed to ensure that students are well-prepared for life after high school: Certificate of Employability Workshop The Sauk Valley Area Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee organizes and implements the Certificate of Employability six-session workshop. This initiative is an example of bridging the gap between students and employers. […]
The Fulton Journal featured the hands-on work of students in Fulton High School’s construction class as they undertook a remodeling project in their school building. >> Read the article
Congratulations to all the school districts who awarded College and Career Pathway Endorsements to 596 students in the Class of 2022. We’re thrilled to share that more than 500 of those students are from our Success Network Leadership Communities.
To support and inform students, educators, and other stakeholders in their region about college and career pathways, over the last few months, ROE 47 and their partners at MORE have developed several new tools.
Expanding Work-Based Learning, Workforce Development Opportunities in the Mississippi and Rock River Region
How high schools, community colleges, and employers are collaborating to provide opportunities for students plus Sauk Valley Community College receives new funding to support healthcare workforce development and sees strong enrollment in manufacturing programs.
SVCC receives U.S. Department of Labor approval as a registered apprenticeship site for Maintenance Electrician Program plus new Impact Program allows students to earn up to 3 years of tuition and fees in exchange for volunteering.
River Bend CUSD #2 Presents on How Work-Study Programming Supports College and Career Readiness Indicators at the Illinois School Board Convention
Dr. Darryl Hogue, Superintendent of River Bend CUSD # 2, and Robert Gosch, Principle of Fulton High School, presented at the Illinois School Board Convention on program options that exist at River Bend Schools for completing authentic work opportunities.
This school year, three students from Fulton High School and one from Morrison High School graduated with their College and Career Pathway Endorsement in the education pathway. The schools and their partners continue to expand their pathway development work in education, manufacturing, and agriculture. MORE partners are also exploring registered High School Apprenticeship programming with an […]
Sauk Valley Community College, in partnership with Making Opportunities Real for Everyone (MORE) has applied for and was awarded a grant to fund educational pathways for local high school students.
A new pathway system is being established so that all district students on any pathway will follow one means for reporting and storing data.