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CDC Role in Action:
CDC Job Description, Standards and
Evaluation
Lindsey Criss, CDC, Alamance-Burlington School System
10-Hour Induction Program
North Carolina CTE Summer Conference 2013
CDC Role in Action
• Introduction – Marchelle Horner, CD Consultant,
NCDPI
• Grade Level Activities
• CD Website Example
• Job Description
• Monthly/Sample Plan of Work
• Evaluation
• Moodle PLC
• Questions
Standards 1 & 2
1.00 CAREER DEVELOPMENT
• 1.01 Coordinate career development services.
• 1.02 Promote career awareness, exploration, and planning.
• 1.03 Provide career development, occupational, labor market, non-traditional
career, and post-secondary information.
2.00 PREPARATORY SERVICES
• 2.01 Assists students with selection of appropriate academic and CTE
courses.
• 2.02 Coordinate career planning activities in classrooms, groups, or individual
sessions.
• 2.03 Provide and coordinate administration and interpretation of career
assessments.
• 2.04 Provide information on postsecondary education programs and
employment opportunities.
• 2.05 Assist students with postsecondary education and employment
opportunities.
8th Grade
• 8th Grade Career Fair/Students at Work
• Transitional Services
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Curriculum Fair
Interest Inventories & Learning Styles
Registration
Tour of high school
• Career Project with English classes
9th and 10th Grade
• 2 days in 9th grade Health/PE, English, etc.
• Learning Styles and Career Assessments
– Career Cruising on www.f4k.org
– www.CFNC.org
• CTE information
– Courses, programs, certifications, credentials, teachers/CDC, nontraditional careers, etc.
• Courses in Career Interest Area
• 4-year plan
– Paper option
– Electronic copy – Gaggle
– Career Cruising
• Course selection before Registration
• Volunteer/Summer Opportunities
• Career Counseling
11th Grade
• Job Shadowing
• Career Counseling
– Career Options/Information/Trends
– Post-secondary programs
– Related courses/credentials/certifications
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Course Selection
Volunteer and Work Experience
Junior/Senior Parent Info Nights
ASVAB Career Exploration Program
(www.asvabprogram.com)
• Internships/Apprenticeships/Cooperatives
12th Grade
• Career Counseling
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College Major/Program Selection
Career Options/Information/Trends
Post-secondary Programs
Related courses/credentials/certifications
• Course Selection for Spring – Completer status
• WorkKeys
– Concentrator identification/verification
– Testing Site Coordinator
– Results/Information Session
• Volunteer and Work Experience
• Junior/Senior Parent Info Nights
• ASVAB Career Exploration Program – By request or for
military entrance (www.asvabprogram.com)
• Internships/Apprenticeships/Cooperatives
All Grade Levels
• New Student orientation – Freshman and Transfer student
• College Fair information and field trip
• OCS population
– Classroom presentations
– Paws in Jobland (www.CFNC.org)
– OCS Job Fair/Competition
• Career Services – Interviews, Resumes, Applications, Job
Search, Youth Employment Certificate
• School-wide Curriculum Fair
• Registration Resource
• ESL 3E Transition Fair
Staff Support
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New teacher support
School-based CTE meetings and staff development
Advisory Boards and link to local industry
Guest Speakers/field trips – post-secondary options and
careers
Equipment/Textbook needs/CTE Budget and Purchasing
Requests
Facilitate School-based CTE Inventory Procedures
Student schedule changes/assistance with class rosters
Test Administration
Coordinate CTE Month activities
Student modifications/accommodations, classifications
Assist with CTSO events, field trips, etc.
Other Areas
• Begin Special Population Identification (SPC)
• CDP+ Creation/Update/Verification (SPC)
• Verify CTE teachers have accommodations for EC and
LEP students (SPC)
• Serve as a resource for Student Services and Drop Out
Prevention
• Keep Career Information website current
• Develop/Foster business relationships
• Attend local/regional/state CDC/SPC meetings
• Professional development opportunities
Personal Additions
• Hispanic Parent and Student College
Access Night
• Special Populations Training for CTE Staff
• Committee for rebranding/rebuilding
“Graduation Project”
• Mentorship Program with local college
students and CTE students
• Dress for Success Days
Website for Career Info
• http://www.abss.k12.nc.us//Domain/2524
• Pages include:
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Announcements
Websites Resources
Internship information
Calendar
Student Resources
Staff Resources
• Focuses on how CDC can assist students.
• Highlight yourself!
Plan of Work and
Evaluation
• CDC Job Description Standards.docx
• Sample Work Plan CDC Moodle Version.doc
• CDC Sample Plan of Work.doc
• Appraisal Instrument.doc
Moodle PLC
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Loads of information for CDC and SPC
Join both CDC and SPC sites
Join other areas for insight into other programs in CTE
Check site periodically for updates
Set up your profile and email settings to receive updates
automatically
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https://moodle.learnnc.org
Enrollment Code – CDCPLC
Career Education – CAREERPLC
Special Populations - SPCPLC
Any Questions?
Lindsey Criss
Career Development Coordinator
Cummings High School, Burlington, NC
lin[email protected]
336-438-4000 ext. 36033

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