Middle-school teacher helping two girls with a project.Tell us how you make career planning relevant to students.

Is it a career-themed family tree project that gets your students excited to plan for the future? How about mock interviews and workplace etiquette through role-playing? Do you invite a series of guest speakers to share their career paths with students? Perhaps bingo or crosswords serve as great conversation starters in your classroom. 

No matter the educational setting or learning environment in which you teach – from the traditional classroom, to online, to home school – we want to hear from you! Inspire others with your unique or creative approach to making career planning fun for students by writing a Kuder Best Practice!

What's a Kuder Best Practice? It's pretty simple, really. It's an article for the award-winning Kuder Blog in which you provide other teachers and school counselors a few pages from your career-focused unit study playbook. This can include your activities, lesson plans, worksheets, interactive games, ideas for field trips, etc. 

Submit a Best Practice.

Your Kuder Best Practice will provide our readers with insights, advice, and ideas. Not sure where to start? Draw on your experience and knowledge with integrating a Kuder product or service in your classroom to support students' career awareness, exploration, planning, and/or readiness.Check out these Best Practice articles

​If we select your article, you'll receive an $150 Amazon electronic gift card. Questions? Email communications@kuder.com.


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