Communities Benefit from Blend of Traditional and Career-Based Education with World of Work Program
The World of Work focuses on students’ strengths to help every child get excited about their unique abilities! The World of Work curriculum gives students the opportunity to think about who they want to become in the world and how that will help their community. With the opportunity to think about this over and over again through a curriculum based on how education relates to the real world, students will have an actual idea of the job that is best for them once they are out of school.
Communities across the nation are in need of young adults who graduate ready to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to do so. The World of Work uses techniques that invite students to learn what strengths they already have and which skills they can improve upon to be an employable young adult. The World of Work helps every child in every grade discover who they are and what their place is in the world of work as they explore themselves at a deeper level.
About World of Work: The World of Work is an initiative aimed at early exposure for children to career paths. The program focuses on integrating useful, real-world skills into everyday curriculum in a way that makes it beneficial for teachers and students. Teachers are provided with the curriculum and experiences necessary to blend traditional education with skills needed in the workforce, engaging students and getting them excited about the possibilities in their future. The World of Work curriculum uses a four level process to expose students from all grade levels to a broad range of careers and uses the RIASEC framework to support students as they explore their interests and workplace values. The World of Work empowers every child with the knowledge that their unique strengths, interests, and values are needed in the world and fosters happy kids, living in healthy relationships on a path to gainful employment. Call 877.717.2474 or visit www.worldofwork.net for more information.