Using GCIS and GCIS Junior for the BRIDGE Law
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
Law. The Georgia Career Information Center (GCIC) is committed to providing support and tools used to meet your BRIDGE Law obligations in a timely manner.
In partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, GCIC has implemented a user-friendly administrative option that enables you to track, record, and report your students' progress.
Please use the following resources to learn about the BRIDGE Law and to find resources
to help you meet the requirements.
House Bill 400: Building Resourceful Individuals to Develop Georgia's Economy Law
The General Assembly of Georgia enacted the BRIDGE Law (House Bill 400) on May 20, 2010.
This law was passed to ensure that Georgia’s 6th - 12th grade students were made aware
of available college and career options.
GCIS-GDOE Advisement Checklist
The GCIS-GDOE Advisement Checklist is the official list used by the Georgia Career
Information Center. This checklist includes grade-level specific college and career activities found in GCIS and GCIS Junior. These activities are used to satisfy the BRIDGE Law requirements for the Georgia Department of Education.
GCIS and GCIS Junior Guidebook to Meeting the BRIDGE Law
Use the following PowerPoint presentations to introduce
how to use GCIS and GCIS Junior to meet the BRIDGE Law requirements. These
presentations are excellent resources for classroom instruction and informational meetings. (Best viewed as PowerPoint Slide Shows)
BRIDGE Law Step-by-Step Handouts
Use the following step-by-step instructions to complete the BRIDGE Law activities.
Resources for “Move on When Ready (MOWR)”
Move on When Ready (MOWR) encompasses the dual enrollment options available to high school students.
Georgia Department of Education
Technical College System of Georgia
University System of Georgia (USG)