The Work Ethic Certificate (WEC) is a community developed and employer recognized certificate, signed by Governor Eric Holcomb that can help provide a pipeline of skilled high school graduates into today’s workforce. The employability skills recognized in the Governor’s WEC have been vetted by Hoosier employers, community based organizations and post-secondary education institutions and are designed to encourage students to meet the benchmarks that will assist them in their college or career goals.
- Connecting employers to their local school district through a College and Career Readiness Advisory Council designed to create a collaborative partnership that benefits the community.
- Providing students with an understanding of necessary employability skills for today’s in-demand jobs and allow them an opportunity to demonstrate these skills while in high school.
- Providing employers with potential workers who understand the values and importance of responsibility and perseverance in the workplace.
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