Career Readiness for All
The White Paper grew out of the National Career Development Summit we held in Washington, DC last September. The paper calls for making career readiness/career development a central priority in American education, and presents a blueprint for transforming education to achieve this goal. We believe this reform has the potential to save billions of dollars a year, while reducing the college dropout rate and growth of student debt. It would also address the skills gap impacting many critical industries, and promote equity and social mobility.