MAP YOUR FUTURE. A Career Planning Guide. It is never too early to think about your future!. MY FUTURE??. Because, what you do in school today. will impact your choices in the future!. Not only are you learning important subject skills, but you are learning
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A Career Planning Guide
Because, what you do
in school today...
will impact your choices in the
subject skills, but you are learning
other valuable skills that you will need...
You'll need all this knowledge when
you go to work!
gives you the
tools you need to
build a solid future!
In fact, the more information you have about yourself and the world of work, the more informed decisions you can make!
Remember, career development
is an on-going, lifelong process!
Who Am I?
Where Am I Going?
How Do I Get There?
1.ASSESS- too.Learn about yourself!
Before you know what kind of work is right for you, you need to discover who you are. What are your interests, skills, and values?
2.EXPLORE-Learn about careers!
Labor market information will help you learn about educational requirements and the number of workers needed in a particular career.
3. PLAN-Be a goal setter!
Planning what courses you need in high school can help you reach your career goals.
Most occupations today require some type of education or training after high school.In fact, 85% of all new jobs projected will require education/training past high school.Workers will need to be better educated to fill new jobs and continue to learn as technology and skill requirements change. That means life-long learning!
You can plan your high school courses, training after high school.
You can select your major area of
interest-electives that help you learn more about areas you might be considering in future careers.
Then you'll be on the
success track to
high school graduation!