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What Are Roadmap Drawings?
Career Pathways Roadmaps are visual tools (or drawings) providing Oregon students and high school and community college advisors/counselors to learn about options and opportunities to navigate their own education and career plans and choices. Each Roadmap includes common information elements and follows standards so that all
Roadmaps have a similar look across the State of Oregon.
What Are POST Drawings?
POST stands for "Program of Study Templates". POST Drawings is the newest feature of the Web Tool developed to map high school and community college plans of study together.
What is the Web Tool?
The Web Tool is a technical tool to provide "layers" of information (through Roadmap and POST drawings) that students need to know in order to plan their education and career. This information includes: courses, occupations, wages, competencies or skills, certificates, degrees, credentials, articulation agreements, etc.
What You Can Do as a User of the Web Tool!
As a user of the Career Pathways Roadmap Web Tool you will be able to develop, collaborate, track, edit, copy and publish Career Pathways Roadmap and POST drawings to your organization's website.
For questions, technical assistance, or training needs please email email@example.com and we will get back to you by the next business day.
About the Career Pathways Roadmap Web Tool Development Project
The Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (OCCWD) working in partnership with Oregon's 17 community colleges through the Oregon Pathways Alliance developed the Career Pathways Roadmap Web Tool to provide visual maps using web technology for students and citizens to learn more about education, training, occupations, careers, and the labor market in Oregon.
We welcome others state agencies, educational institutions, and organizations to download the source code to develop a comparable Web Tool for the students and citizens in their state or region. The Web Tool was developed with funds from the US Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (US DOL ETA) and the Oregon Community College Strategic Reserve Fund.
Oregon Career Pathway Statewide Initiative
For more information about the Oregon Career Pathway Initiative go to: