Intro to Career Planning is a one-hour group workshop introducing the CEO concepts of career planning to second-semester freshmen. The workshop begins the process for students to understand why career planning is important, what role it plays in high school, college and beyond, and describes the resources available to them while at Presentation.
This profile, for juniors and seniors, offers three online assessments using Holland career clusters.
It provides detailed insights into potential career options, work styles and preferences. It uses a "person match" linking students with others who chose similar responses and are currently working in actual careers.
It offers a direct link to college selection and majors suggested by profile answers.
These 30-minute individual sessions, for juniors and seniors only, explore the specifics of a student's career survey feedback. Also included in the session is an initial plan to validate the student's interests, examine specific careers and actual work duties, and look for internship or shadow opportunities.
These 30-minute individual sessions, for juniors and seniors, look at specific jobs and careers. The student is given specific information--qualifications, preparations needed and day-to-day work tasks--to help select majors and colleges that are suited to the career.
These 45-minute individual sessions, for sophomores, juniors and seniors, introduce resume preparation and its relevance to the college acceptance and interviewing processes. The sessions teach students how to find activities to build strong, results-based resumes.
This session, for sophomores, juniors and seniors, helps students develop their first complete resumes. Students learn how resumes are screened, why resumes are integral to college and interview processes, and how to use resumes in interviews.