Career Talk Show
Students will research a career (or career sector) and role-play being a person in that career being interviewed by a talk show host.
Developing Successful Work Habits
Students will learn about work habits that can help them succeed in any career.
Demonstrating Skills in Technological Careers
Students will learn and demonstrate skills required in a career of interest.
Is This For Me? Reflecting On Occupational Fit
Students engage in self-reflection as they consider occupational fit and how various career options align with their personal strengths and preferences.
Careers of the Future
Students will learn about potential careers of the future and create their own job description.
Coding is For Everyone!
Students will learn the importance of computer programming skills across a variety of career areas and how these skills can make them more employable.
Query a Career Profile
Students will explore career profiles and relate them to what they are learning in science class.
STEM Skills and Self-Exploration
Students learn how the STEM skills that they develop in class apply to future career options.
Exploring Career Sectors and Skills
Students will explore STEM career sectors and the skills required for a variety of STEM careers.
How Does STEM Support Non-STEM Careers?
Students will explore how STEM skills are needed in non-STEM careers.
Design a Bike Lane
Students will plan the development of a bike lane and explore careers associated with such a development.
Global Competency Skills Inventory
Students will take inventory of their Global Competency skills, reflect on their strengths, and set next steps for mastery of these skills.
Communication is Key
Through hands-on activities, students will distinguish how social and work situations require both verbal and non-verbal means of communication.
What do you want to DO when you grow up?
Students will use online tools and job search engines to explore career possibilities and the job market.