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  1. Topical Themes & Task Force Meetings Initial Sketch of Potential Directions February 2007. Prepared for Mark Williams, Chair, Illinois Career Development Task Force, Illinois State Board of Education, by Julia Panke Makela and Debra D. Bragg at the Office of Community College Research and Leadership.

  2. Topical Theme Ideas • Comprehensive Career Development for Illinois • Positive outcomes and evidence • Vision Statement for Career Development in IL • “Slick” presentation that a variety of groups can get behind • Overview of IL Workforce Trends and Future Needs • Brief connection of education / career / state-wide workforce

  3. Topical Theme Ideas • Historical Context for Comprehensive Career Development in the U.S. • Potential brief commentary on what worked, what didn’t, and why • Promising Practices • Current IL activities / initiatives • Other states with comprehensive programs designed at the state level • Career Development Models • What are we trying to teach youth to do? • How would it work? • What does success look like?

  4. Topical Theme Ideas • Potential Dissemination Strategies / Activities • Career curriculum ideas • Computer assisted career guidance systems • Portfolio systems • Measures of Success • Final Recommendations

  5. Sample Task Force Meeting Agenda Initial Thoughts on Next Steps February 2007. Prepared for Mark Williams, Chair, Illinois Career Development Task Force, Illinois State Board of Education, by Julia Panke Makela and Debra D. Bragg at the Office of Community College Research and Leadership.

  6. Task Force Meeting #1: Springfield • Welcome & introductions • Comprehensive career development for Illinois: Initial thoughts • Education and career development perspectives • Initial visioning activity • Next steps overview

  7. Task Force Meeting #2: Bloomington • Revisions of documents from Meeting #1 • Continuing visioning activity • Historical context for comprehensive career development in the U.S. • Career development models • IL workforce trends • Next steps overview

  8. Task Force Meeting #3: Champaign • Revisions of documents from Meeting #2 • Discussion of draft vision statement • Review promising practice findings from across IL and other states • Next steps overview

  9. Task Force Meeting #4: Springfield • Revisions of documents from Meeting #3 • Dissemination strategies & activities • Measures of success • Exploring final recommendations • Next steps overview

  10. Final Report • Drafts shared electronically in June • Conference call planned for the end of the month for a last round of feedback

  11. Task Force Website Initial Thoughts on Task Force Communications February 2007. Prepared for Mark Williams, Chair, Illinois Career Development Task Force, Illinois State Board of Education, by Julia Panke Makela and Debra D. Bragg at the Office of Community College Research and Leadership.

  12. Task Force Website • http://occrl.ed.uiuc.edu/Projects/careerdev/(A work in progress…)

  13. Web Site: Home Page

  14. Web Site: About Us

  15. Web Site: Task Force Meetings

  16. Web Site: Resources

  17. Web Site: Working Documents