NC GPS 100 Series Virtual Workshops
Presenter: William H. Johnson, Jr., National Expert on Guided Pathways, Student Success Navigator/Instructor and Life Design Catalyst Coach and Facilitator, UNC Greensboro
Guided Pathways 1.0 is defined as "a movement that seeks to streamline a student’s journey through college by providing structured choice, revamped support, and clear learning outcomes - ultimately helping more students achieve their college completion goals." (EAB, 2019). The one problem? It's institution-centered, focused on outcomes that are driven by institutional goals.
Participants will learn the tools and strategies to help students move through Guided Pathways 2.0, starting with the question, "What are you actually here to do?" They will complete a worksheet that outlines how to use their: (1) knowledge, skills, and gifts, (2) personal/life experiences, and (3) prior learning experiences - to create educational, experiential, employable, and entrepreneurial pathways towards work and careers that matter to them and profoundly serve the world. The goal is to develop plans that are created and driven by the student, for the student - that not only save time and money but provide clarity and direction for the present and future.
Important Note: The Zoom Meeting Passcode will be emailed to all registrants 2 days prior to this session.
Due to different roles, varied perspectives of the content will happen. Consider the content to reflect on your role and your purpose for participating in this workshop.
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Target Audience: Faculty and Staff
9:00am - 10:40am EST
Zoom Meeting Link