4 credits

This new class replaces Planning 10 and is a required course for graduation. This course helps students develop their career goals, as well as the skills, attitudes and behaviors that enable them to take increased responsibility for their own well-being. The four themes are self-awareness, working with others, career knowledge and awareness, and career planning. During this course, students will complete a series of online self-assessments, which will help identify skills, personal attitudes, values and interests. Guidelines to help with essential employability and career skills and abilities will also be covered. Students will learn how to identify post-graduation opportunities such as schools, programs, tuition costs, residency options and scholarships etc. 

Prerequisites: 
None