"The Career Path Less Taken," Naloxone Toolkit Aims To Save Lives; Browns Preview
Closing the skills gap means training workers for the jobs employers need to fill. One way to do that is something called Career Tech Education, or CTE. But channeling students into what used to be called vocational education means breaking the "bachelor's degree or bust" mindset. Not everyone has to get a college degree to find a fulfillig career. A documentary airing tonight on WVIZ/PBS "The Career Path Less Taken," examines Career Tech Education in Ohio. We'll meet with the filmmaker. Later, how hospitals are banding together to help save lives with the anti-overdose drug naloxone. Finally, a preview as the Browns prepare for a season of high expectations, beginning with Sunday's season opener.
For More Information:
"The Career Path Less Taken"
"The Career Path Less Taken" screening guide (PDF)
"The Career Path Less Taken" digital toolkit
American Graduate: Getting to Work
Ideastream Advanced Screening "The Career Path Less Taken" registration link
Northeast Ohio Hospital Opioid Consortium Naloxone Toolkit
Gina Catanzarite, Filmmaker, "The Career Path Less Taken", Writer, Producer
Camille Zalar, Director of Education & Initiatives; Northeast Hospital Opioid Consortium
Dr. Ted Parran, MD, Co-Medical Director, Rosary Hall; St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
Emily Metz, Manager, Office of Opioid Safety; MetroHealth System
Kevin Kleps, Assistant Editor, Sports Business Reporter, Crain's Cleveland Business