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From Classroom to Career - Lessons On Integrating Career Development in Primary
Ed Hidalgo, the Chief Innovation and Engagement Officer for the Cajon Valley Union School District, in El Cajon, California, shares about his district's process to design and integrate career development starting in the early grades across 27 schools and 17,000 students.

Leveraging the PE-Fit Holland Theory as a backbone, the World of Work™ initiative seeks to prepare all learners to develop a vision of their future possible selves.

The framework and process is deployed within the classroom using digital and physical materials and expands beyond the classroom to include a two-generational strategy that includes family and community.

Join him to learn how Cajon Valley is helping to answer the question, "how does the child aspire to a career they don't know exists."

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May 21, 2021 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Ed Hidalgo
Chief Innovation and Engagement Officer @Cajon Valley Union School District
Ed's role was created to support the district mission to prepare all students to be happy, live in healthy relationships, and to be on a path to gainful employment. He is the lead designer supporting the integration of career-related learning in classrooms through a systemic, research-based career development framework known as the World of Work™ Initiative. The design, integration and commercialization began in 2016 and is now deployed primarily by teachers in classrooms across the 900 teacher, 17,000 student, and 27 school district in Southern California and in partnering districts. This work is complemented by his strategic partnership with the Gallup organization that is supporting the district’s evolution to a strengths-based-engagement-driven enterprise.