By 2020, 65% of jobs in the nation will require credentials past high school.
OUR GOAL: Increase post-secondary enrollment and completion of youth in Adams County through the collective efforts of cross-sector partners focused on eliminating barriers and investing in what works.
WHY FOCUS ON POST-SECONDARY SUCCESS? With the overarching goal of ensuring that our children and youth become productive, contributing members of the workforce, ACYI is focused on increasing student achievement and the safety and well-being of children and youth in our community. To support this effort, ACYI has identified critical points along the cradle to career pipeline which will impact that goal.
Post-secondary enrollment and completion has become synonymous with preparedness for the workforce. Take for instance the following…
HOW? The Post-Secondary Success Collaborative Action Network (CAN) functions as a collective impact mechanism that brings practitioners and partner organizations together to provide cross-sector coordination of efforts in areas that impact post-secondary success.
COMMITMENT It is our intent that CAN members have a sense of shared ownership over improvement in the Cradle to Career Outcome area that have aligned to eventually will be tasked to set targets for The Partnership in moving the needle in post-secondary success of our youth.
- Commit to attending and actively participating in monthly CAN Sessions
- Openly share information and best practices
- Agree to mutual accountability
- Agree to using data to inform work
- Implement CAN action steps as part of current work
- Adopt and adapt to practices identified by the continuous improvement practice
- Share ‘Stories of Impact’
WHO? Cross-sector practitioners and individuals who are interested in organizing around post-secondary success and collaborating to increase the success of our youth are invited to join this group including:
- Non Profit
- Law Enforcement
- Public Sector
HOW TO GET INVOLVED? Contact us to learn more about joining the ACYI Post-Secondary Success Collaborative Action Network.