A career focused on climate change and sustainability would let you help people by working to help solve the biggest problems of our time.
A career in engineering would let you help people through designing and implementing the things they use in their daily lives.
Students learn how the STEM skills that they develop in class apply to future career options.
Students will learn and demonstrate skills required in a career of interest.
Students will learn about potential careers of the future and create their own job description.
Students will produce a Help Wanted Ad that lists the skills, personality attributes and job conditions for a specific career/job title.
Students will learn that the world of crime scene investigation (CSI) is one that is highly scientific in nature and has many career paths.
Students explore careers related to outdoors and the land and then design and build a water filter prototype.
Students explore the different branches of engineering and discover the similarities and differences between them.
Students will learn about the different types of engineering and the various post-secondary pathways available.
Students will learn the importance of computer programming skills across a variety of career areas and how these skills can make them more employable.
Students will take inventory of their Global Competency skills, reflect on their strengths, and set next steps for mastery of these skills.
Students will develop critical thinking skills as they investigate STEAM careers locally and internationally.
Students will research a career (or career sector) and role-play being a person in that career being interviewed by a talk show host.