Classroom to Career

C2CClassroom to Career is a strategy to strengthen opportunities for students to connect with local businesses to raise student awareness and prepare them for their future employment.

Traditionally determining college and career readiness has focused on course work grades and test results. As a school district we have worked to identify additional indicators of a student’s readiness for post-high school course work and the world of work.

It is our intention to develop opportunities for our students to get direct involvement with our businesses and community both in and out of the classroom.

Classroom to Career equips EACH student with skills, tools, and qualities needed to develop a rewarding career plan that fits their talents and interests.

Classroom to Career

  • is a continuum of activities and experiences both in and out of the classroom beginning in PreK through 12th grade
  • allows students to develop their self-awareness and a personalized academic and career plan (ACP)
  • is a student-driven, adult supported process requiring parents, local businesses, and educators to collaborate so that all students take ownership of their career aspirations
  • provides all students will graduate with a game-plan for reaching their future career and a support system to help throughout the process
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Contact

Kristin Comerford
Career Based Learning Coordinator
Career and Technical Education Coordinator
(920) 997-1399, ext. 2187
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Beth Oosterhous
Secretary
(920) 997-1399, ext. 2181
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