Every Road Ends with Career

  • Career paths
    Whether you are college bound or going straight into the workforce, you will be more successful in learning when you can see how the concepts in school directly relate to your future. Knowing your future plans will give you motivation for success!
    The reason most people never reach their goals is because they don’t define them or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them. -Denis Watley

    Why Explore Careers?
    So that you will take the most helpful courses in high school.
    o Example: If you think you might to become a business professional, you can take Business classes in high school to build your foundation and see if you really like the subject area.

    You also want to research the education requirements for the job and make sure that you are taking courses in high school that will allow you to continue with the education needed for the job.
    • Does this job require a 2 year Associates Degree from a Community College?
    • Does this job require a 4 year Bachelor’s Degree?
    • Does this job require Graduate School after I complete my Bachelor’s Degree?
    You may discover careers that you’d never even thought of before!

    You may discover careers with salaries that surprise you!

    You may become interested in a new career field!

    You may learn more about a career and decide that it is not a good fit for you despite the nice salary!

    Career planning is a process that involves students, parents, teachers, counselors, and the community. The goal is to help students to make informed and thoughtful decisions about themselves and their future. The planning process includes helping students develop and implement an individual career plan.

    Start your planning TODAY!

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