Career pathways strategies are integrated programs to develop students’ skills and help prepare them for high-demand jobs. The core of career pathway strategies is a defined sequence of academic and technical courses, typically commencing in secondary school and leading to a two-year or four-year college degree or an industry recognized certification or license. These strategies are developed through partnerships among community colleges, school systems, workforce and economic development agencies, employers, and social service providers. Similar initiatives can be developed for adult education and retraining. Southeast Florida’s workforce and educational institutions are developing career pathway strategies to support industries such as logistics and life sciences.