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The next meeting of the Indiana Career Council's Implementation Taskforce is Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM in the Author’s Room at the Indiana State Library (Public Entrance: 315 W. Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202). AGENDA
POSTSECONDARY PATHWAYS: Two regionally-based discussions on February 10 (Princeton) and February 24 (Huntingburg) will bring together educators, corporations, employers, youth-serving professionals, and state and regional government agencies to discuss how best to connect Hoosier students with the education and careers that fit their skills and interests...learn more
On January 21, 2016, the Indiana Career Council and State Workforce Innovation Council approved new Indiana Adult Career Readiness Standards. Vetted by Hoosier employers, the standards are the essential competencies that all Hoosiers need for sustained employment in any career field…learn more
Elevating Work & Learn in Indiana on Nov. 10, 2015 at Lebanon High School focused on successful programs across the state that are creating learning opportunities for students and educators, through a variety of methods, programs, and experiences. More Info
View the Indiana Career Council's employer guide for launching work-and-learn opportunities.
Chaired by Governor Mike Pence, the Career Council was created by a unanimous vote during the 2013 General Assembly to focus on coordination of various participants in the education, jobs skills development and career training system, and to match education and skills training with the jobs market.
Over 40 meetings, and 500 man hours were invested in the creation of the Career Council’s Strategic Plan, “Align, Engage, Advance: A Strategic Plan to Transform Indiana’s Workforce.” The plan focuses on three organizing pillars of transformation: 1) system alignment, 2) worker- and student-centric services, and 3) demand-driven programs and investments.
The Career Council also is responsible for administering HEA 1064, a return on investment and utilization study of career and technical education programs in Indiana. Additionally, HEA 1213 requires the Career Council to form a subcommittee to review the current Core 40 diploma course offerings and make recommendations to the State Board of Education concerning changing course requirements, including the total number of academic credits required, changing the types of diplomas offered, and the need for a career and technical education diploma, and examine and make recommendations concerning career and technical education offerings.