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CLASS OF 2020 ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY?

CLASS OF 2020 ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY?

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CLASS OF 2020 ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY?

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  1. CLASS OF 2020ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE COLLEGEAND CAREER READY?

  2. Start strong for a BIG FUTURE! • AP/Honors Courses • Dual Enrollment • Keep Grades up • Take ACT/SAT Test • Community Service Hours • Apply for Scholarships • Get Organized • Take a Career Class

  3. High School Diploma Options • 24 Credit Standard High School Diploma • 4 Credits English • 4 Credits Math • 3 Credits Science (two with lab) • 3 Credits Social Studies • 1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts • 1 Credit Physical Education/Personal Fitness • 1 Credit in an Online course • 8 Electives ** **2 credits in Foreign Language is required for state universities

  4. High School Diploma Options • 18 Credit Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) • 4 Credits in English • 4 Credits in Math • 3 Credits Science (two with lab) • 3 Credits Social Science • 1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts • 3 Electives • (No Physical education or online class is required)

  5. High School Diploma Designations • Scholar Diploma • Meet standards of the 24 Credit requirement • Pass EOC’s • 1 credit in AP or DE • See Guidance Counselor for more specifics based on your graduation year as there are too many to list!

  6. High School Diploma Designations • Merit Diploma • In Addition to meeting the standard high school diploma requirements students must: • Attain one or more industry certifications in a select Career and Technical Program • CTE courses with Industry Certification: • Horticulture Science • Automotive • Business • Computer Systems Technology • Criminal Justice (TBA) • Culinary • Early Childhood Education • Health Science • Welding

  7. High School Diploma Designations • Florida Ready to Work • Score 3 or above on the Credentialing Test • 3 and above = Bronze credential • 4 and above = Silver credential • 5 and above = Gold credential • Take to employers with job application • Nationwide • Go to Career Source for more information.

  8. Planning for College and Career?

  9. How to decide what is the best career for you! • Ask yourself these questions…. • What do I like to do for fun? • What do I like to read about? • Who is the one person that I admire the most? • What class inspires me the most? • What are my strengths and weaknesses? • Where do I want to live? • What was the one career that I talked about as a child?

  10. Don’t be afraid to think outside of the ! • Connect what you are good at and passionate about, to the jobs that are out there, not the other way around! • Example: You like the idea of working in the health field with children? Nursing is a great way to do it, but so is respiratory therapy, speech language pathology, physical therapist assistant, and the list goes on and on. Which career is best for you?

  11. Career Planning • ASVAB • PLAN/PSAT • Florida Choices • Volunteer • Job Shadowing • Career Courses • Industry Certifications • College Planning • Career Tech, State College or University? • Public or Private? • Size/Activities • Instate vs. Out of state • Degrees/Programs offered • College Visits • Teacher/Student Ratio • Florida Shines/MYCareer Shines

  12. The economic benefits of postsecondary education and training for Floridians Source: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center

  13. What’s available locally? • If you’re planning on staying in the First Coast area, you probably want to know what the job outlook is like here! • https://sjrstate.emsicareercoach.com/

  14. State Colleges: A.A. or A.S.? • Associate in Arts degrees (A.A.) are meant for transfer, particularly to State Universities, • Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees are meant to start work after earning your two year degree in a specific program. • Examples: Business, Criminal Justice, • Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, or Radiology. • There are many others too!

  15. Career and Technical School? • These specialty schools offer a variety of programs to get the student in the workforce and often starting at $10,000-$20,000 more than a high school graduate with up to a years worth of training in a specific field. • Example: Licensed Practical Nurse, EMT, Paramedic, Dental Assistant, Massage Therapy, Pharmacy Technician, Cosmetology, Welding, & Automotive.

  16. What about University? • AA degree earned at a state college is a university transfer degree begin at the university as a Junior. • Typically 4 years of education to earn a Bachelors degree. • Or continue 2-4+ years to get a Master’s or PhD degree for higher learning skills needed for many jobs/careers. • Example: Guidance Counselor, Physician, or Nurse Practitioner.

  17. Bright Futures Scholarships • Florida Academic • Public or Private University • Courses requirements • Courses must include 16 credits of college preparatory academic courses • 4 English (3 with substantial writing) • 4 Mathematics (Algebra I level and above) •  3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab) •  3 Social Science • 2 World Language (sequential, in the same language)16 Credits • GPA 3.5 • Act Scores = 29 • SAT Scores = 1290 • 100 hours Community Service

  18. Bright Futures Scholarships • Florida Medallion • Public or Private University • Course requirements • Courses must include 16 credits of college preparatory academic courses • 4 English (3 with substantial writing) • 4 Mathematics (Algebra I level and above) •  3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab) •  3 Social Science • 2 World Language (sequential, in the same language)16 Credits • GPA 3.0 • Act Scores = 26 • SAT Scores = 1170 • 75 hours Community Service

  19. Bright Futures Scholarships • Florida Gold Seal • Public or Private University • Courses • Credits must include the 16 core credits required for high school graduation.    • 4 English •  4 Mathematics (including Algebra I) •   3 Natural Science (2 with lab component) •   3 Social Science (U.S. Hist., World Hist., U.S. Govt. and Economics) •   1 Fine; OR Identified Practical Art; OR .5 credit in each • 1 Physical Education (to include integration of health) 16 Credits • Plus a minimum of three Career and Technical Education credits in one vocational program • GPA 3.0 overall and 3.5 in CTE Program of Study • Act Scores = English 17, Reading 19, Math 19 • SAT Scores = Critical Reading 440, Math 440 • 30 hours Community Service

  20. Administrative Office SpecialistCCJSHS, IHS, PHS, and QI Roberts JSHS • Administrative Office Specialist • Computing for College and Careers • Administrative Office • Business Software Applications I • Digital Design (PHS only) • Industry Certification: • MOS Bundle Certification (3 of 5-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook) • FBLA(Future Business Leaders of America)

  21. Automotive Service TechnologyPHS • Automotive Technology • Automotive Service Technology 1 & 2 • Automotive Service Technology 3 & 4 • Automotive Service Technology 4 & 5 • Industry Certification: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) • National Automotive Technicians Education Foundations (NATEF)

  22. Computer Systems and Information Technology CCJSHS, IHS, & PHS • Computer Systems and Information Technology Foundations and CSIT System Essentials • CSIT Network Systems Design Administration Security Essentials CSIT Cyber Security • Industry Certification: CompTia A+, Network+, Security+, Cisco’s CCENT, and CCNA • Skills USA

  23. Culinary ArtsIHS & PHS • Culinary Arts • Culinary 1 • Culinary 2 • Culinary 3 • Culinary 4 • Industry Certification: National Prostart Certification of Achievement - Certified Professional Food Manager (ServSafe) • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

  24. Early Childhood Education CCJSHS and IHS • Early Childhood Education • Early Childhood Education I • Early Childhood Education II • Early Childhood Education III • Early Childhood Education IV • Industry Certification:Child Development Associate • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

  25. Allied Health and/or Certified Nursing Assistant CCJSHS, IHS, & PHS • Health Science Education • Health Science 1 • Health Science 2 • Allied Assisting • Nursing Assisting • Industry Certification: Certified Nurses Assistant Certified Medical Administrative Assistant • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

  26. Horticulture Science and Services IHS, PHS, and QI Roberts JSHS • Horticulture Science & Services • Agriscience Foundations –Science Credit • Introductory to Horticulture 2 • Horticultural Science & Services 3 • Horticultural Science & Services 4 • Horticultural Science & Services 5 • Horticultural Science & Services 6 • Industry Certification: Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association (FNGLA) Certified Agricultural Technician (FFB) • Future Farmers of America (FFA)

  27. Criminal Justice IHS • Criminal Justice • Criminal Justice 1 • Criminal Justice 2 • Criminal Justice 3 • Criminal Justice 4 • Industry Certification:(TBA) • Florida Public Assistance Association(FPAA)

  28. Applied Welding Technologies CCJSHS & PHS • Applied Welding Technology • Welding Technologies I & II • Welding Technologies III & IV • Welding Technologies V &VI • Industry Certification: American Welding Society (AWS) • Skills USA

  29. Veterinary Assistant QI Roberts JSHS • Veterinary Assistant • Veterinary Assistant 1 • Veterinary Assistant 2 • Veterinary Assistant 3 • Veterinary Assistant 4 • Industry Certification: American Welding Society (AWS) • Skills USA

  30. Community Service Can be any of the following: Student Government Student Union Non Profit Community Organizations Tutoring Mentoring Community Projects Club Projects Self Initiated Projects Visit Nursing Homes Help a neighbor Can NOT be any of the following: You can not be paid You can not receive a grade You can not be court ordered

  31. Contact information for College and Career Resources: Janet Cauble – Career Specialist jcauble@my.putnamschools.org http://phs.putnamschools.org/pages/Palatka_High_School FloridaShines www.floridashines.org Bright Futures Scholarships http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/bf/fasrequire.htm Fastweb www.Fastweb.com