Career Education

Preparing our High School Students for a Fulfilling & Successful Future, Today


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Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.

Career Education: A semester course mandated in each and every high school within our region, at the sophomore level.


Please explore the five resources listed below.  Each resource embraces Career Education and the countless benefits it offers to the labor market, global economy and to the next generation-our students.


ascanationalmodel.org 

The Four Quadrants of the American School Counselor Association-ASCA National Model.

‘Foundation’ serving as one of the Four Quadrants, Career Development is at the forefront.


associationdatabase.com 

A Forward by Robert C. Reardon, PhD on behalf of Kenneth B. Hoyt’s respected and professionally regarded contribution to Career Education:  History and Future.

Kenneth B. Hoyt, a former director in the US Department of Education, with an extensive list of educational accolades and accomplishments, ‘laid the foundation and fought the fight to infuse career concepts into the schools, businesses and communities. Dr Hoyt’s Career Education:  History and Future is a book for every career development professional to discover where we have been and where we must go.’


occrl.illinois.edu 

The Relationship of Individual Career Plans(ICPs) to Programs of Study and Career Pathways – An article co-authored by Stephanie Kalchik and Kathleen Marie Oertle-Academic Advisor and Research Scientist-University of Illinois.

ICPs offer students purpose and concrete purpose; serving as an instrument which allows students the self discovery and exploration necessary to choose a career path wisely.

Career preparation should be viewed as important as academic progress.


cew.goergetown.edu 

The 16 Nationally Recognized Career Clusters:  Cluster-Based data indicating employment forecasts and opportunities: 2008-2018.

Matching the above opportunities with the ‘right’ applicant requires candidates who have undergone the initial process of self exploration within a Career Education course at the high school level.


careerreadynow.org 

‘A career ready person has a good understanding of their interests, talents and weaknesses.’

‘In today’s 21st Century global economy, choices for high school students are much more complex and interconnected; their high school experience must be rigorous and rich-preparing all students, not a select few.

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