Beginning in 2018–2019, Education Code §§ 88827 established the K12 component of the Strong Workforce Program appropriating $150,000,000 in annual ongoing career technical education funding to strengthen the programs and programs of study for students from secondary to post-secondary education and career. K12 SWP intends to create, support, and/or expand high-quality career education programs at the K12 level that are aligned with the regional priorities of the community college workforce development efforts occurring through the Strong Workforce Program.

K12 STRONG WORKFORCE RESOURCES

WEBINARS

Webinar #1 SWP: Regional Goals and Priorities

Webinar #2 Regional Labor Market Information (LMI)

Webinar #3 How to Write a Strong Proposal

PRIORITIES FOR SAN DIEGO AND IMPERIAL COUNTIES

1. Priority and emerging industry sectors:

2. Goals for Career Pathway Development and Middle School and High School Engagement:

CareerPathwaysGoals

MiddleSchoolHighSchoolEngagementGoals

3. Areas of focus: