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College and career development are cornerstones of a comprehensive school counseling program. Part of the School Counselor’s role is to facilitate interventions that will teach students the attitude, skills, and knowledge required to be college and career ready. College admissions and the world of work are just some of the areas in which a School Counselor must have familiarity. As the post-secondary landscape changes, School Counselors take note and adjust the delivery and content of their materials accordingly, ensuring that their students are able to achieve their highest potential.
Includes 3 career assessments. Create an Educator account for access to lessons and PD.
• Elementary, Middle, High
CaliforniaColleges.edu provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college & career paths & enables educators to track their progress.
College planning material for educators including presentations that can be delivered as webinars & lessons that can be easily adapted as
assigned online work and discussed in a group video conference.
Connecting classrooms to industry with a library of videos and chats featuring professionals from a variety of career sectors.
• Free through May
Roadtrip has posted a variety of dynamic video resources including interviews, documentaries, and PBS Learning Media. Great resources for career-related lesson content.
• Middle, High
Downloadable soft skills and research activities to educate students on apprenticeships and careers.
• Middle School
Redefines the approach to college search and connects students, parents, counselors, and colleges for an improved admissions process.
• Waiving fees for the class of 2020-21
A one stop shop for academic and career planning. Interest inventories, college search and more.
• Activities for all grades K-12
• Free for all Wisconsin Public Schools
• Cost for other states
*California Community College Updates with student resources including:
FAQ, Direct College Contact, Career Exploration, Financial Aid and Transfer Information
College admissions, grading & graduation requirement updates from the CDE
*Updates from the CSU including letter grade requirements for winter/spring/summer 2020, high school transcript deadline, and more.
One stop shop for all information about college planning. Students can find their right fit, explore financial aid options and research the admissions process in one place.
*Students who have completed the FAFSA, and whose financial situation has been impacted by COVID-19, should reach out to their college’s Financial Aid Office.
*Updates from the UCs including letter grade requirements for winter/spring/summer 2020, SAT/ACT requirements for Class of 2021, high school transcript deadline, and more.
*COVID-19 updates from the University of Wisconsin, including school, state, national, and international resources
Students may continue to demonstrate interest in schools by connecting with admissions representatives and students online from hundreds of colleges and universities across the country.
Virtual College Fair
CLP collaborates with community colleges and their partners to build capacity for equity-minded redesign. We research, demonstrate, and elevate promising practices. And, based on our work, we offer policy recommendations to help advance student-centered reform.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) in Wisconsin develops students who are prepared for postsecondary education and career success.
From games and quizzes to student and teacher resources this interactive website will help students explore careers.
Self-directed postsecondary Career Action Plan students can create online or via a mobile app. Requires free student account.
These FAQs do not have the force and effect of law and are not meant to bind the public in any way. This document is intended only to provide clarity to the public regarding existing requirements under the law or agency policies. You should refer to CNCS’s statute and regulations for applicable requirements.
*INDICATES: COVID-19 AND/OR VIRTUAL RESOURCES
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