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What Are Roadmap Drawings? Career Pathways Roadmaps are visual tools (or drawings) providing high school and community college students and advisors/counselors to learn about options and opportunities to navigate their own education and career plans and choices. Each Roadmap includes common elements and follows informational and design standards so that all Roadmaps have a similar look across the state.Example:
Click the name of each Oregon Community College, listed below, to be directed to their Career Pathways website. Click the program names below to review online examples of embedded Roadmap Drawings.
What Are POST Drawings? POST stands for Plan of Study Templates. POST Drawings is the newest feature of the Web Tool, released April 2009, developed to map high school and community college plans of study together.
POST Views are the presentation of affiliated High School Plan of Study and Community College Pathway drawings.Example:
Click the program name below to review online examples of these POST Views.
Links to published roadmaps are now included in the OLMIS occupational reports, so that visitors can see which schools offer programs that lead into the jobs shown.