The IB is celebrating 10 years of the Career-related Programme (CP). Learn how to get involved below and celebrate together.
The CP was introduced as a trial in 2012 within 27 schools around the world. This followed an initial pilot that started in Finland in 2006. Renamed from ‘Career Certificate’ to the Career-related Programme (CP) in 2014, there are now 310 schools offering the CP across 48 countries internationally.
Schools all over the world can adapt the CP to their cultural and environmental needs, making it accessible and applicable to all communities. CP students gain transferable and lifelong skills in applied knowledge, critical thinking, communication, and cross-cultural engagement – leading them towards higher education, apprenticeships, and employment.
Read more about the CP.
Join in on the celebration
If you are a part of our CP community and would like to share what you love about the CP, you can do this by sharing your post on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #IBCP10. The IB is looking forward to seeing the community come together to share your experiences with the CP.
On 18 July 2022 we will begin showcasing your submissions. Your submission could range from, posts about CP students’ projects, to celebrating CP alumni, teachers or schools, to anything else related to the curriculum.
- Children under the age of 16 require parental permission to be photographed.
- Participants must use the hashtag #IBCP10 for it to be showcased below.
- If you would like to take part but not use social media, please email your stories, images, videos or any memories from the past 10 years of CP to email@example.com.
"What our CP pioneers loved most about this programme is that all subjects and classes that they studied were connected to the career they wanted to pursue. So even though the workload was heavy, it did not feel as stressful because all the learning experiences were very relevant and meaningful to them."
– Al-Rayan International School (ARIS), Accra-Ghana
"It articulates our school mission. It’s the school’s effort to provide a high-quality education by providing a continuum curriculum and facilitating the students’ diverse needs, talents, and interests."
– Al Jabr Islamic School, Jakarta, Indonesia
Look what our CP community have shared so far!
We would like to thank you all for joining in this celebration! Browse through what you all have to say about the CP below.