February 2021
Career Ed on UEN-TV
STEM Career Insights
Hear from prominent African American scientists about their groundbreaking research and the role of science and math in society. Combining presentations with a panel discussion, this film brings some of the brightest minds of our age to your screen. Monday, February 8 at 9 p.m.
Career Decisions offers in-depth insights about what it takes to prepare for and succeed in featured careers:
Employment Matters explores the potential of the intellectually disabled in the workplace, and Employment Matters Too reveals the benefits to organizations that hire diverse workers. On 2/3 at 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Roadtrip Nation specials delve into the nuances of career exploration. This month, discover opportunities for people with learning and attention issues, adults making mid-career changes and more. Wednesdays at 2 p.m.
Partner Resources
Understanding Gender online course guides parents and educators through research-based insights to help them facilitate more effective learning. Explore the four-part series from the Utah Women and Leadership Project and consider how it can apply to Career Education.
Check out this program to boost cultural literacy, a skill set increasingly valued by employers. Through Utah State Library's Book Buzz, groups can borrow copies of selected titles and explore prompts for thoughtful engagement with perspectives that have been historically marginalized.
Online Safety in the Classroom webinar will share ways to keep kids safe with tech for school. Topics include teaching strategies, classroom policies, safe media and a Q&A with host Carrie Rogers-Whitehead of Digital Respons-Ability and guest Paul Langhorst. Free registration required to participate live on 2/9 and to access the recorded session.
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