Here to Career Mobile App

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Get from where you are to where you want to be.

The Here to Career Mobile App, developed in collaboration with the Chancellor's Office and Young Invisibles, served as an easy way for users to find careers that match their interest and get connected with tools to be successful. With the mobile application, users could view salary information and high-demand career opportunities specific to their area and find a local community college with a program to help them achieve their goals. 

The project, in alignment with California Community Colleges Career and Technical Education programs, aimed to increase higher education enrollments of students in coursework focused on three priority employment sectors: Advanced Manufacturing, Global Trade and Logistics, and Health—all areas projected to experience economic growth. In addition, the mobile app was tailored to reach students as early as middle school, providing information about academic programs, career options, and wage data, and real career stories from parents and alumni.

The project saw a statewide release in 2016 and was downloaded from the Android and iOS stores over 7,000 times. A desktop version of the app was released in 2019, and overall the app was shared with over 22,000 individuals. The project completed in 2020.

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