CareerOneStop - source for career exploration, training & jobs, sponsored by the US Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook- also from the US Department of Labor, this online tool is a great resourse to help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations. Naviance - Naviance offers a Career Interest Profiler which sophomores complete during their fall semester. Juniors & seniors wishing to retake, should ask their counselor to reset student's account. Careers & Majors - College Board tool helps students explore careers/majors with this tool, What are you into? Career Pathways - "10 Best Career Quizes to Help You Find Your Dream Job" from The Muse Apprenticeships - College Depot @ Phoenix Library has a great resource onCrafting a Profession through training. Nursing - a profession that has numerous degree pathways and is always in demand. This site will give you the options.
Volunteering is a great way to get involved. It can help you discover your passions and talents as well as help you gain valuable experience for the future, whether college, scholarships or employment.
Here are some hints and contacts to get started.
If you are part of an organization that is looking for volunteers, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can go to www.volunteerphoenix.org to find volunteer organizations by category such as Animals/Wildlife, Environment, Community Services, Cultural/Entertainment, Disability, etc. TheCIty of Scottsdale Youth Corp helps students get involved with variety of organization that can help you pick the best fit for your passions and talents when volunteering.
Another good site is Volunteer Match where you can search by city, zip code and keyword at www.volunteermatch.org.
Lastly, Community Information and Referral is a non-profit organization with an online directory at www.cir.org Depending on a student's interest area, there is probably an organization that could match up and could use some help. A student will benefit most from community service when they have a passion or interest in that area.
7:15-2:45 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
7:15 - 11:30 am on Fridays
Student self advocacy is encouraged. Student 1-on-1 meetings by appointment, Students may email or stop in to request. Parents please reach out to me via email or telephone with any questions.
Scholarship Presentations for students MOST Tuesdays first semester during lunch.
High School Peer-to-Peer Impact Symposium
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Free Event for any high school student interested in learning more about social emotional well-being and how to become a leader of change among their peers. Event 9 - 5, dinner following 5:30 to 7 pm. FLYER HERE REGISTER @ www.eiseverywhere.com/451153