Virtual Job Shadow

a year ago

Virtual Job Shadow (VJS) 

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Please contact Jennifer S. Kane for adding VJS accounts for special educators and the high school students you serve in Nevada.



" empowers individuals to discover, plan and pursue their dreams with our unique video-based career planning platform. Our interactive tools help students and job seekers develop career paths based on choice, not chance.


Elementary (K-5)


Inspire your students by broadening their awareness of future career opportunities. Engage them in the process of exploring careers with VJS Junior’s interactive, multimedia lessons.


Middle/High Schools


Motivate students to take control of their futures by planning for careers today. Our engaging job shadowing and career advice videos take career exploration to a whole new level by connecting academics to the real world.


Higher Education

Empower students to graduate by ensuring that their academic pursuits align with career goals. Give your campus an edge to better prepare for the workforce with our career assessments and robust career planning tools.


Workforce Development

Whether your program services youth or adults, has the career guidance tools you need to prepare individuals for workplace success." 

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a year ago




Source:"Are you looking for a free, evidence-based, standards-aligned, college and career readiness curriculum? EnvisionIT (EIT) is available through Schoology, Google Drive, and Canvas to support the transition planning and career advising needs of your students. Teacher resources, including getting started guides, curriculum site maps, pacing guides, and sample student transition portfolios are available to help districts, schools, and educators implement a course within general and special education classrooms. Our Schoology Teachers Group also serves as a professional learning community to provide support and technical assistance. Sign up for a free Schoology account, and join our group with the following access code: Q933T-7PJSF

EIT may be implemented as a stand-alone course across an academic year or as two-semester electives. Curriculum content and activities may also be integrated into existing courses or delivered across grade levels to support a systematic approach to career advising and transition planning (e.g., age-appropriate transition assessments, measurable postsecondary goals, career research, resumes, cover letters, applications, soft skills, and more). Students develop a comprehensive Transition Portfolio with artifacts that may be leveraged to enhance the quality of Individualized Education Programs (i.e., transition assessments, goals, and services) and Student Success Plans. Transition Portfolios can be updated across grade levels, translated into digital presentations,and used to increase student engagement in career advising and transition planning meetings. Schools have implemented EIT in a variety of classroom settings and courses in middle and high schools, including Postsecondary Planning, Transitions & Careers, 21st Century Career Exploration, Career & College Readiness, Freshman Seminar, Advisory or Homeroom Period, Inclusive General Education ELA, and Special Education Transition Planning and Resource Rooms. While EIT is written at a middle school reading level, a Reduced Reading Level course model is also available to support students reading below a 6th-grade level. The full curriculum and several abbreviated course models provide flexible delivery options, and educators are encouraged to customize and curate their courses to meet the unique needs of their students.EIT is optimized for the Schoology Learning Management System but is also available in Canvas Commons and housed within our Google Drive Library for Google Classroom users:"


EnvisionIT. Enhancing Transition Through Technology.


"EnvisionIT (EIT) is an evidence-based, standards-aligned, digital curriculum for grades 6-12 that teaches English and Languages Arts, Information Technology Literacy, College & Career Readiness, and Financial Literacy.EIT was designed with accessibility and Universal Design for Learning in mind, and it is highly customizable to meet the needs of students, teachers, and other stakeholders."



Please contact for access to a pre-built Envision-IT course with all 12 units and supplementary materials. There is a reduced reading level course already made as well consisting of 6 units and all supplemental materials.