Students’ career plans develop in the formative stages which continues to develop and change over time. However students often make decisions about college or careers before they have really spent time thinking about their own interests, values, talents, and abilities. This workshop with focus on the ASVAB Career Exploration Program which emphasizes the importance of planning and decision making skills that can benefit students throughout their lives. Career development during adolescence and early adulthood is an ongoing process and some career programs focus on narrowing down occupational choices for high school students. The ASVAB Program helps students see the importance of high school coursework and how it relates to the “real world.” Demonstrating application of our web based program participate gather an understanding and conceptualize holistic and informed approach to post high school graduation and career planning
This session introduces “March2Success,” a free on-line resource to help high school students improve math, science, and English skills, and prepare for standardized tests, including the ACT and SAT. The session will also demonstrate how “March2Success” can assist students desiring to improve their math, science and language arts proficiency as well as serve as a tool to educators in monitoring individualized lesson plans for the purposes of academic improvement, homework extension or extra credit assignment.