Mark Twain said, "The secret to getting ahead is getting started." While this remains true today, knowing how and where to "get started" is not always easy, or clear. Gaining the skills for a promotion or raise, entering college, or just finding the time to make a plan to move forward can be difficult and feel overwhelming.
Enter ADVANCE, a collaborative network of local organizations, government offices, and employers, able to provide access to a wide range of services that help adults meet educational, career, and personal goals. These goals can include; improving current employment, completion of a high school credential, entering college or career training, and even connecting job seekers with high-demand, local industry needs.
We agree with Mr. Twain, the secret is to get started and we believe the secret to getting started is ADVANCE.
Sounds Great - How does that work?
We offer a flexible, multi-step process designed to help you begin developing and mapping your unique plan geared to meeting your goal(s).
Check out our new video to see what pathway and transition planning is all about.
To get started and begin creating your own pathway, simply complete the form in the upper right hand corner of our page, or for more information, contact:
Charlotte Rosburg (530) 541-4660 x685 or via email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADVANCE - Our Backstory
The Lake Tahoe Adult Education Consortium adopted the name ADVANCE to better describe the purpose driving the network of community partners, programs and services in the community. Key outcomes include providing personalized, contextualized and rigorous learning experiences to improve career and college readiness for all learners; improving English language skills; offering a pathway to a high school credential for adults who left school prior to completion; providing access to, and support during, pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship opportunities; and creating a hospitality, tourism, recreation and retail career pathway that not only improves participants' basic skills, but also allows for gaining and improving employment and earnings.
Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) serves as the ADVANCE hub and is responsible for ensuring integrated, consistent, and high-quality services. Lake Tahoe Unified School District, El Dorado County Office of Education, and the Alpine County Unified School District are also consortium governing members. Network partners include a wide range of community, state and local government entities along with private industry and business members in California and Nevada. A list of active participants is available below.
Purpose: Define a Hospitality Pathways Model that supports educational and career advancement for adults and businesses operating in the South Lake Tahoe area.
Purpose: Establish relationships with key individuals and agencies to serve as community hubs for the dissemination and promotion of information that connects adults to learning and career pathways offered through ADVANCE.
Purpose: Fulfill the LTAEC/ADVANCE promise of a ʺno wrong doorʺ approach to adult learning and career pathways by connecting adult learners to the right program, at the right time, to achieve their individual goals. Additionally, provide guidance to adult learners to find the right tools for continuous improvement and advancement towards individual learning outcomes.
LTCC's partners in the LTAEC
California Conservation Corps
El Dorado County Office of Education
El Dorado County Mental Health
El Dorado County Jail
California Department of Rehabilitation
El Dorado County Office of Education
Beach Retreat and Lodge at Tahoe
El Dorado County Health and Human Services
El Dorado County Probation
Alta Regional Center
Lake Tahoe Unified School District
Caesar's Recruitment Specialist
EDC Connections, Job One
City of South Lake Tahoe - Recreation
Alpine County Unified School District
Sheriff/ County Jail
Connections - Job One, South Lake Tahoe
Boys and Girls Club of South Lake Tahoe
Family Resource Center
Golden Sierra Job Training Agency
El Dorado County Library