Technology Enabled Engagement with Mentoring™

CTEWorkforce’s Technology Enabled Engagement with Mentoring (TEEM) program combines high-quality education with critical thinking/soft skills and applied knowledge; delivering immersive work experiences supported by mentoring provided by an industry professional. 

TEEM is an ideal supplement to students’ classroom curriculum to help ready them to enter the workforce as well as adults and veterans interested in expanding their skills to begin a new career path.

The foundation of the program is the Your Career Counselor workforce development platform, CTEWorkforce’s secure, flexible learning solution which can  be easily white-labeled and customized to address multiple use cases including: 

  • Assessments 
  • Onboarding 
  • Upskilling/reskilling 
  • Online learning 
  • Professional and peer mentoring  
  • Apprenticeships 

Learn how Chaminade University in Hawaii leveraged the TEEM program to power a recent R&D focused micro-internship project

TEEM and High-Quality Work-Based Learning

CTEWorkforce has partnered with the VA Department of Education to support their High-Quality Work-Based Learning initiative through the launch of a Commonwealth Cyber Initiative-sponsored TEEM program that pairs high school students interested in a career in cybersecurity with college age mentors. These experiences enable students to apply classroom instruction in a real-world business or service-oriented work environment and are available throughout the year.

Recent research, policy literature, and federal legislation suggest that comprehensive WBL programs contain three key components:

Learn more about Work-Based Learning at the US Dept of Education’s web site.

To learn more about how a TEEM program can support a Work-Based Learning program in your school district contact us today.