Career Resource Network Workshops


School Year 2021-22 Career Resource Network Workshops

  • For more information or assistance, contact Laura Glasser at or (701) 328-9733.
  • Workshops are in-person and will not be streamed or recorded.

Workshop Dates and Locations Printable

  • See below for more information and to register. (Register for each workshop individually.) Basics

Offered in September/early fall each year.  This year's "Basics" workshops are complete.  The resources from the workshop are available on the Career Resources Network Resources page (click on the "Workshops/Training for Educators and Workshop Materials" tab).

Maximizing Use of


Enhance the career development program at your school with new and updated features.  Your students will benefit by utilizing site components in a strategic planning model. This workshop is for those that are experienced in using or who have attended the Basics workshop. 

Learning Objectives/Targets

  • Participants will:

    • review any updated and new materials.

    • determine how to incorporate new materials and features into their career planning process.

    • work within a student test account and use the various components of the website to increase usage of the following features Career Planning, High School Planning, College Planning, Financial Aid Planning, Portfolio and Testive-Test prep.

    • review the work-based learning expectation in the North Dakota Perkins V plan which went into effect the 2020-21 school year and discuss opportunities to use RUReady as a resource.

    • understand their role in the implementation of Perkins V requirements.

    • learn about the RUReady Assignment and Curriculum Builder resource and how to use the Choice Ready Curriculum template to gather and report Choice Ready data. 

Who Should Attend?

  • Counselors

  • New Career Advisors

  • Teachers

  • Administrators

Workshop Details

  • 6 hour workshop (9 am to 3 pm, lunch on your own)

    • Total of 5 hours towards credit.

Establishing Balance in a School Counseling Program

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On-site at your school - limited availability.

School counseling programs focus on the Academic, Career and Personal/Social domains.  Developing a Program of Work that is available to all students and maintains a balance between the three domains is a challenge.  A review of state counseling requirements, available resources and tools will be included.

  • This session will be at your school site.  Uninterrupted work time required.
  • The number of dates is limited for this workshop.
  • Register to express your interest and the CRN will contact you for more information.