Future Ready Learning is your one-stop shop for all NAF curriculum and online resources. Access curriculum for all of NAF’s career pathways below.
NAF’s Finance curricula align with competencies identified by industry partners, professional organizations, and postsecondary institutions as essential for success in college and career.
NAF’s Information Technology (IT) curricula enable learners to explore various aspects of IT including coding, computer systems, graphic design, and web development.
NAF’s Health Sciences curricula provide a rigorous and comprehensive program of study designed to prepare learners with the content knowledge and transferable competencies necessary for success in college and career.
NAF's Hospitality & Tourism curricula expose learners to the essential components of the industry, including foundational principles, customer service, event planning, and marketing with a global perspective on the geography and sustainability of tourism.
NAF’s Engineering Expeditions offer learners Future Ready Passports to pursue their passion as they explore engineering careers and energize them to imagine innovative solutions to real-world issues. NAF’s engineering academies implement third-party curricula by Project Lead the Way, STEM 101, Paxton/Patterson, and Intelitek.
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Of course you're brand savvy! Clothes, cars and electronics—you know the best brands and why you love them. But how about actually building the most important brand you'll ever rely on—yours. KPMG Branding U can get you admitted to the online college of (career) cool, with spectacular information and advice about creating your resume, looking professional, displaying good manners, acing an interview and maintaining an online persona that is virtually perfect.
This is part of a series of monthly virtual professional development workshop for K-12 educators interested in intellectual property (IP), innovation, and invention hosted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Register for monthly event and follow the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Eventbrite for future meetings.
Enhancing DEI in Computer Science
Code Next is a free, computer science education program that meets Black, Latinx and Native high school students in their own communities, and provides the skills and inspiration they need for long and rewarding careers in computer science-related fields.
Marketing Curriculum Modules
The Code is dentsu’s global creative marketing challenge for young people aged 14+. Students are partnered with mentors to create their own advertising campaign and put ideas ideas into action!
Earn a digital marketing skills certificate from Meta for Facebook. Learn about advertising, the value of the Facebook and much more.