• Picture of road and wording Career Planning

  • 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!

  • High School Career Planning

    The Career Development Process involves the completion of a variety of activities geared to help students determine or confirm their desired life direction. This is the initial action that must be taken in order to select an appropriate career or college major.

    The greatest challenge and the greatest need for career development programs occur at the high school level. The need is that graduation plans dictate certain educational selections that require guided reflection and decision-making. Mrs. Joyner is available to help all students through the career development process.

    Step 1:  Get to Know Yourself
    • Identify interest, strengths, values, traits, and ambitions
    Step 2:  Exploring Options
    • Research careers that align with interest
    • Understand trends within the industry
    • Research education and training requirements
    Step 3:  Get Focused
    • Make decisions and set goals
    • Develop an action plan
    Step 4:  Take Action
    • Prepare resume
    • Connect with employers
    • Gain experience through work-based learning
    • Refine workplace skills
    • Reflect