This program supports College and Career Readiness initiatives in schools and districts with a long-term approach to instilling success.

Students are empowered with strategies to address the development of academic behaviors, and key learning skills.

They will discover for themselves how to proceed through their personal College and Career Readiness Continuum* planning process.

The contextual skills and self-awareness reflections support them in their decisions in high school and in the transition to postsecondary education. ​

Curriculum Components:

Curriculum Components:
IDEAS Workshop – Classroom Set for 25 Students3

A Student Book

Each participant receives their own book as a reference and progress journal to last through high school graduation.


Comprehensive Facilitator Guide

Easy-to-use resource provides the necessary overview with lessons, extensions, and English Language Supports.


Each unit has ready-to-use PPT presentations, our "IDEAS ePOSTERS"(with notes) to enable Facilitators to easily to support each session with a visual aid for discussion prompts. Can also be printed and edited for classroom use.


  • Practice social-emotional learning strategies with College and Career Lens
  • Recognize their strengths and challenges, goals, and the resources available to them
  • Document their achievements in their personal student book/journal
  • Proceed on their College and Career Readiness Continuum to achieve their goals​

Students who employ the strategies and steps taught in the IDEAS for College and Career Readiness Plans program, will have a sure path to graduation and postsecondary career and college options.

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The College & Career Readiness Continuum*


*The College and Career Readiness Continuum (CCRC) used in this program provides the stages of progress in a student's personal action plan towards high school graduation and post secondary academic goals.


If you have purchased the program and which to access the workshop and facilitator resources please refer to your booklet for access (do not include ".html")