Courses at the Career Center are designed to serve both students who will be continuing their education at a college or technical school and students who plan to enter the workforce upon high school graduation. Our students have the opportunity to compete in numerous regional, state, and national competitions for prizes or continuing education scholarships.
Competitive and leadership opportunities through the National Technical Honor Society, FFA, and Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) are a few of the avenues in which students can participate and display technical excellence and social skills.
Our students also take part in the YES! Youth Employability Skills curriculum with includes work ethic training, a panel discussion with local business leaders specific to their area of study and then mock interviews. Students are offered careers, tours and various work based learning opportunities.
In addition, students are invited to take part in our community service organization, SOS (Student Opportunities for Service) which offers a range of leadership and vounteer options.