The Career Program enables freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors to explore careers in a variety of professions and businesses, and through these experiences, gain the knowledge and confidence necessary for making future career decisions. The program encompasses many different aspects, all designed to educate the students on career directions and choices.
We held our 1st annual Job and Career Fair on Wednesday, March 1st, 2017. We hosted this event with the hopes of having representatives from all types of careers available to talk one-on-one with students and discuss all areas of their profession.
We want to thank all the local organizations for joining us and advertising for their part-time employment, summer employment, volunteer opportunities as well as possibly job shadowing opportunities. Please be sure to check out our JOB OPPORTUNITIES board in the guidance office that is constantly stacked with part-time job opportunities.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The link below will connect you to the current Occupational Outlook Handbook. This website provides job descriptions, in addition to detailing the following: earnings, training and education needed, working conditions, skills required, advancement opportunities, projected growth, related jobs, and sources of additional information, including websites.
Every consider a career in Behavioral Health? Mental health and substance abuse careers require a variety of educational degrees and skills. The job market is booming, and most of the careers in behavioral health care have an earning potential higher than the national average salary.Check out these resources below: