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Pittsburgh Public Schools Secondary Transition Services

Mar 21, 2018 Practice Brief

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Program Summary: The Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS) Office of Transition Services uses a work-based …

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Using Career Interest Inventories to Inform Career Planning

Dec 12, 2016 Practice Brief

This is a brief that explores strategies of promising and exemplary programs serving youth with disabilities to conduct career interest inventories with youth, as well as additional resources.

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Career Exploration in Action: An Innovative Strategies Practice Brief

Dec 12, 2016 Practice Brief

This is an Innovative Strategies Practice Brief providing practical examples and resources used by promising and exemplary youth programs to engage youth in career exploration.

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Youth Development and Leadership Opportunities to Develop Thriving Competencies

Dec 12, 2016 Practice Brief

This is a brief providing practical examples of promising and exemplary youth programs offering youth development and leadership opportunities helping youth develop Thriving competencies.

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Youth Development and Leadership: Opportunities to Develop Connecting Competencies

Dec 12, 2016 Practice Brief

This is a brief providing practical examples of promising and exemplary youth programs offering youth development and leadership opportunities helping youth develop Connecting competencies.

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Engaging Youth in Work Experiences: An Innovative Strategies Practice Brief

Dec 12, 2016 Practice Brief

This is an Innovative Strategies Practice Brief providing practical examples of promising and exemplary youth programs to engage youth in paid and unpaid work experiences.

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