Welcome to the Florida Career Pathways Network (FCPN) website. It is an honor and privilege to serve as your FCPN President and to work in collaboration with YOU--outstanding secondary, post-secondary, workforce, adult educational practitioners and leaders, administrators, and business partners who work tirelessly everyday to ensure all students acquire the academic and technical skills needed to be “college and career ready” and to be prepared for the high-skill, high-wage, high-demand occupations of the 21st Century.

—Chris Jargo, President FCPN

What We Do

Professional Development

Articulation Agreements

Curriculum Integration

Promotional and Outreach Strategies

Work-based/Work Site Learning

Grants and Grant Writing

Career Pathways 101

Adult Career Pathways (ACP)

Adult Education Career Pathways

Why You Should Join

FCPN is a membership organization for educators and employers involved in the advancement of Career Pathways, Tech Prep, and related education reform initiatives.


Best Practices








Spotlight on Career Pathways

Secondary Career Pathways

Industrial Biotechnology ProgramTreasure Coast High School was among the first high schools in the State of Florida to offer the Industrial Biotechnology program.The program allows students to explore careers in biotechnology and exposes them to basic techniques and skills that are essential to anyone pursuing a lab career.

Post Secondary Career Pathways

St. Johns Respiratory Program receives CoArc Award St. Johns River State College’s respiratory care program was recently honored with the Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award. SJR State is one of only 49 colleges nationwide to be honored with the award - an achievement that places the program in the nation’s top 10%.

Adult/Secondary Career Pathways

Articulation Through Florida Advanced Technologicial Education (FLATE) Center The Florida Advanced Technological Education (FLATE) Center crafted the first-of-its-kind Statewide Articulation Agreement based on Industry Certification, which was approved by the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) in March 2007.