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College & Career Readiness

Oh, The Places You'll Go...

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SRVUSD is hard at work creating students that are college and career ready. Dr. Kevin Fleming is the Dean of Instruction, Career & Technical Education at Norco College (CA). His six step model to help students become more “career intelligent” include the following:

  1. Self-Exploration.  Students should ask themselves, “What are my Talents?" and "What are my strengths?
  2. Career Exploration.  Students should explore, “What occupations/industries are a high priority and are emerging?” "What are the income ranges for those jobs?" and "What are the required skills for those jobs?"
  3. Verify your career goal alignment with your personality and skills.
  4. Set a tentative career goal.
  5. Education and Training Research.  Investigate and verify the multiple paths to your initial goal (work experience, job shadowing, interviews, apprenticeships)
  6. Establish an educational plan. 

Here's a link to his 9 minute video “Success in the New Economy” Interesting new perspectives to ponder.

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