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Australia - BECOME career education programme: Providing an inquiry-based approach to career guidance beginning at primary/middle school.

Australia - St. Norbert College, Ocupationally-focused Work Experience and Student-led Career Fairs: enabling career thinking early, and ensuring that career education is made available from the whole school community.

Canada - Future Ready Learning K-12: enabling career thinking early, and ensuring that career education is made available from the whole school community.

Finland - Access to Guidance Counsellors and One-Stop Guidance Centres: facilitating easy access to trustworthy and understandable labour market information, and ensuring that advice is made available from guidance professionals.

France - Examples of Jobs and Careers in Science Class: bringing learning to life through integrating career learning into classroom teaching.

Korea - The Free Learning Semester Programme: supporting the flexible delivery of career education, and ensuring that employers, employees, and workplace experiences are systematically involved in provision.

New Zealand - Massey High School Building Academy: providing opportunities for young people to examine and explore the relationship between education and employment.

New Zealand - WE3 Continuum and Activities: enabling understanding of the relationship between classroom and workplace through critical exploration and engagement with the labour market.

United Kingdom - Inspiring the Future: helping young people to develop informed, critical perspectives about the relationship between education and employment through an efficient national delivery model.

United States - World of Work: assisting young people to analyse their individual strengths and interests through engagement with the working world in order to help students develop better understanding of career options and how they can be achieved.

Australia - St. Norbert College, Ocupationally-focused Work Experience and Student-led Career Fairs: enabling career thinking early, and ensuring that career education is made available from the whole school community.

Canada - Centres of Excellence in New Brunswick: engaging employers in the funding and virtual delivery of information and experiential learning opportunities in strategically important economic sectors.

Canada - Future Ready Learning K-12: enabling career thinking early, and ensuring that career education is made available from the whole school community.

Croatia - Public Employment Services & Job Search Preparation: providing easy access to information and guidance regarding the search for employment.

Finland - Access to Guidance Counsellors and One-Stop Guidance Centres: facilitating easy access to trustworthy and understandable labour market information, and ensuring that advice is made available from guidance professionals.

Finland - School-to-Work Group Method: enabling structured critical exploration of labour market entry through employer engagement to enhance transitions into work and psychological well-being.

New Zealand - Manurewa High School’s Passport to Employment programme: Offering secondary-school students opportunities to examine and explore the relationship between education and employment through first-hand experience of the world of work.

New Zealand - Massey High School Building Academy: providing opportunities for young people to examine and explore the relationship between education and employment.

New Zealand - SpeedMeet: helping secondary students to meet and engage with potential employers in the skilled trades and service industry.

New Zealand - WE3 Continuum and Activities: enabling understanding of the relationship between classroom and workplace through critical exploration and engagement with the labour market.

Spain - Career Talks at Colegio Legamar: offering secondary-school students opportunities to examine and explore the relationship between education and employment through career talks.

United Kingdom - Inspiring the Future: helping young people to develop informed, critical perspectives about the relationship between education and employment through an efficient national delivery model.

United States - Ethnographies of Work: enabling student agency and challenging inequality through critical investigation of the labour market.

United States - World of Work: assisting young people to analyse their individual strengths and interests through engagement with the working world in order to help students develop better understanding of career options and how they can be achieved.