Careers CLiC spent October 4 talking with nearly 500 students from 14 middle schools about identifying career interests, building transferable skills and understanding labor market information. What a fabulous career exploration event and STEM fair organized by the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation and hosted by Vermont State University Lyndon!
How can parents and guardians help their teens figure out what they want to do without telling them what to do?
How can youth align their interests with Vermont’s high-paying, high-demand occupations?
Which Career Clusters are you interested in?
Careers CLiC is excited to partner with VSAC on this year’s College & Career Pathways event which begins next week! This year, we are offering four live sessions – three for high school students and one for parents, guardians and other adults who support youth on their career path: March 3, 2021 3:00pm – 4:00pm Zoom Presentation for students in 9th – 12th grade Identifying Your Career Interests: Discover how your interests relate to clusters […]
Our 3-part “Designing Your Future” series through UVM Extension and Vermont 4-H concluded this week. Youth from 18 middle schools, high schools and home study programs participated. You can catch the last session here!
Yesterday’s Teen Time with UVM Extension and Vermont 4-H answered these questions: -What skills are critical to success after high school? -What skills do you already have? -How can you build new skills? You can watch the recording of the second session of the “Designing Your Future” series here.
Do you know how many occupations exist in the US? Or how many occupations are in Vermont? Youth have a lot of options to choose from, which makes career exploration and supported career planning so important. We had a great time connecting with middle and high school students in our first “Designing Your Future” session with UVM Extension and Vermont 4-H yesterday. You can catch the recording here.