We are excited to announce The Arizona Department of Education's adoption of My Future AZ as the recommended ECAP replacement tool for AzCIS. My Future AZ utilizes proven technology and infrastructure from Pipeline AZ
, an Arizona career development and job skills exploration platform, to offer students comprehensive resources and support to plan for their future careers.
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ECAP At a Glance ECAP Board Rule
ECAP Implementation Plans
ECAP Submissions are due by APRIL 30, 2024.
ECAP Frequently Asked Questions
ECAP Best Practices
EMAC Administrator Guide
Guidance Uploading ECAP into EMAC
Sample ECAP Implementation Plan
Template - ECAP Implementation Plan (Suggested format but LEAs can choose to use their own)
About Pipeline AZ
Pipeline AZ (PAZ) is a community-funded platform supporting student and adult career explorers, job seekers, workforce organizations, education and training providers, and employers. The platform has received statewide support as the end-to-end solution for stakeholders across workforce development due to its unique features and benefits, as well as its comprehensive reporting capabilities.
Contact [email protected] with questions.
Note: In order to make sure students have the ability to receive platform notifications from My Future AZ, please request that the school IT department either allow external email messages, or an exemption for emails coming from [email protected].
What is an ECAP?
On February 25, 2008 the Arizona State Board of Education approved Education and Career Action Plans for all Arizona students grades 9-12. An ECAP (Education and Career Action Plan) reflects a student’s current plan of coursework, career aspirations, and extended learning opportunities in order to develop the student’s individual academic, career goals and postsecondary plans.
Why is an ECAP important?
We as educators believe we should integrate an Education and Career Action Plan (ECAP) process into all facets of the school experience. Students, who have opportunities to identify interests, skills, and strengths and then apply that knowledge to create their own ECAP, transition more seamlessly into postsecondary and work place requirements.
Emily Brown, School Counselor Director
Questions about My Future AZ? Email [email protected]