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.
Careers CLiC is excited to partner again with Vermont 4-H and UVM Extension on another interactive career series for youth! Please spread the word to students in grades 7-12. All events are free, but registration is required. 4-H Teen Time – Designing Your Future! Join us for this fun and engaging series as you shape your future. Each session will meet from 12 noon – 1 pm. Open to all youth in grades 7-12. February […]
Careers CLiC staff had a great morning with over 100 middle and high school students, educators and youth workers during Vermont Career Connect. If you know of a middle or high school student wondering how to match their own interests with a promising career, they can catch the webinar on YouTube. We only wish this recording captured the lively conversation between participants in the chatbox! Thank you to the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation for inviting […]
Please spread the word to students in grades 7-12! We are excited to partner with the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) on Vermont Career Connect. Middle and high school students can visit the event website to take a career interest survey, watch interviews representing all 16 career clusters and register for the live event coming up on October 28. Careers CLiC will kick things off with our interactive Career Search: Finding the Right Fit workshop […]
Careers CLiC enjoyed spending another afternoon with youth from Vermont, New Hampshire and Utah during the last Vermont 4-H QuaranTeen Time through the UVM Extension. If you know of a middle or high school student interested in identifying and building essential skills, they can catch the recording on YouTube!
Please spread the word to students in grades 7-12! Careers CLiC is excited to partner with Vermont 4-H and UVM Extension to host another interactive session for middle and high school students during QuaranTeen Time on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Essential Skills for a Successful Future: Learn which skills are critical to success after high school, identify the skills you already have and discover how to build new ones. Registration is open now through noon on […]
Careers CLiC had a fantastic time interacting with youth from Vermont, New Hampshire and Maryland during April’s Vermont 4-H QuaranTeen Time through the UVM Extension. If you know of a middle or high school student wondering how to match their own interests with a promising career, they can catch the webinar recording on YouTube!
The TIPS Career Readiness Course and Internship Program provides Vermont high school students with an opportunity to develop essential workplace skills and participate in an optional internship while earning proficiencies towards graduation. Components of the TIPS program enable students to: identify their career interests and explore career fields; learn more about themselves in a real work environment; network with professionals within their own community; gain transferable skills they may carry into their future; consider the […]
Careers CLiC’s board and staff participated in an off-site retreat to focus on team building (using Predictive Index), board governance (using Chuck Loring’s self-evaluation tool), program assessment (using David Grant’s rubric model in The Social Profit Handbook) and strategy (using results from our Tuck Community Consulting project). Sweet pup Raleigh encouraged us to stay on task throughout the day-long meeting. Our team is energized to create a sustainable path for our organization’s future so we […]
Careers CLiC had a blast teaming up with the Vermont Department of Labor‘s Economic & Labor Market Information Chief to lead “Career Search: Finding the Right Fit” at the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation’s College & Career Pathways event yesterday. We helped over 200 students from 13 high schools explore how their unique skills and interests match up with promising careers in Vermont.