Career & College Center
Welcome to the Career and College Center!
A place for students, families, and community members to access resources for career and college "post-high school education" planning.
Career readiness is the process of preparing students with the essential skills they need to find, acquire, maintain, and grow within a job.
Career exploration involves the active relationship between self-exploration and exploration of the world of work; leading to a sense of occupational self-identity and a satisfying occupational choice.
College is any education after high school that leads to a credential needed to meet their occupational goal(s). Examples: apprenticeships, technical and community colleges, two and four year colleges and universities.
Virtual Financial Aid Information Night - Tuesday, October 26
Parents, guardians and high school students are invited to attend Virtual Financial Aid Information Night, from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 26. The event will feature guest speaker Jesus Hernandez Mejia, who is currently Assistant Dean of Financial Aid at Gustavus Adolphus College.
More information will be provided in the coming weeks in the 6425 News e-newsletter. Click here to access the Zoom link on the night of the event. Anyone with questions can contact College & Career Coordinator Kara Mueller at firstname.lastname@example.org.