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Using GCIS and GCIS Junior for the BRIDGE Act

Your school can use the Georgia Career Information System (GCIS) and Georgia Career Information System Junior (GCIS Junior) to fulfill the requirements of the BRIDGE Act. The Georgia Career Information Center is committed to providing you with the support and necessary tools to meet your BRIDGE Act obligation in a timely manner. In partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Career Information Center is working to implement a user-friendly administrative option to enable you to transmit your documentation.

Please use the following resources to learn about the BRIDGE Act and to find resources to help you meet the BRIDGE Act requirements.


House Bill 400: Building Resourceful Individuals to Develop Georgia's Economy Act (BRIDGE Act)

The General Assembly of Georgia enacted the BRIDGE Act House Bill 400 on May 20, 2010. This act was passed to ensure that Georgia’s 6th -12th grade students are aware of available career and postsecondary education options.

To read House Bill 400, click BRIDGE Act Detail

To download a quick reference guide for House Bill 400, click What is the BRIDGE Law?

GCIS-GDOE Advisement Checklist

The GCIS-GDOE Advisement Checklist is the official list used by the Georgia Career Information Center. This checklist includes GCIS and GCIS Junior career development activities listed according to each grade level. This information will document your career awareness activities for the Georgia Department of Education.

To download the BRIDGE Act requirements, click GCIS-GDOE Advisement Checklist

GCIS and GCIS Junior Guidebook to Meeting the BRIDGE Act

Use the following PowerPoint presentations to introduce how to use GCIS and GCIS Junior to meet the BRIDGE Act requirement. These presentations are excellent resources for classroom instruction and informational meetings. (Best viewed as PowerPoint Slide Shows)

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Resources for “College Credit Now”

College Credit Now encompasses the dual enrollment options available to secondary students.

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