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Edge Factors 2019/2020 Platform

  Tanya Aitken   |     September 23, 2019 |   1 minute read

September 2019- Edge Factor is proud to announce the launch of their NEW 2019/2020 Platform for schools and businesses. 

Edge Factor empowers communities across North America with story-driven tools to tackle workforce development, inspire students, reach parents, and bridge the gap between schools and businesses. 

The NEW Edge Factor platform provides students, parents, and job seekers with information to launch a rewarding career following Edge Factors timeline of understanding.  The 2019/2020 platform categorizes Edge Factor content into four key zones; Inspiration, Exploration, Preparation, and Connection.  

The Inspiration zone features award-winning films, documentaries, and TV shows! It’s all about using the power of storytelling to inspire audiences to explore career pathways and discover how STEAM comes alive in the real world.

The Exploration zone includes high impact videos on industries and specific career profiles. With hundreds of career exploration tools, this zone empowers students, parents, and job seekers to discover diverse opportunities.

The Preparation zone contains deep libraries of videos and interactive tools that connect STEAM to the real world, instill soft skills and promote educational programs. You can now create profiles that promote your school’s programs to local students and parents!

The Connection zone is a one-stop-shop for people to browse profiles of real-world companies, careers, schools, and training programs. 

Each of these four key zones provides users with NEW content, functionality, and additional tools and resources to raise awareness of their programs.

Go to to log in or set up your free account!

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