Integrated college and career advising and counseling supports students’ informed educational and career choices. Students learn about a range of college and career options— and the education requirements linked to careers of interest—through a sequence of developmentally appropriate activities, beginning in middle school and progressing to comprehensive advising in high school and postsecondary. Students develop personal transition plans and receive counseling and personalized supports based on their identified needs and goals.
Three Focus Area and Required Competencies
- Students will understand the types of available resources and engage in opportunities that best prepares them for a post-secondary degree and/or other credentials.
- Students will understand the knowledge & process for post-secondary enrollment that will best prepare them for a degree and/or other credentials.
- Students will acquire and implement practical knowledge, learning skills, and cognitive strategies to enable successful transitions from high school to post-secondary programs.
- Students will understand the relationship between education, required training and resources that best prepare them for the world of work.
- Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and personal qualities to make informed career decisions.
- Students will set goals, employ strategies, and build employability skills through work-based learning experiences to achieve future career goals
- Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships in local and global communities.
- Students will develop self-awareness and self-management skills to make decisions, set goals, and take necessary action to achieve goals that promote local and global well-being.
- Students will understand and demonstrate responsible behavior, safety, survival skills in personal, school, and community contexts