Transition Career Program Encourages Social Skills

An off campus transition career program encourages socials skills among special education students ages 18-21.  For them it’s more than job skills; social skills enable them to get a job and succeed in the workforce. Teacher Tom Flaherty of the New Haven Public...

Students Exploring STEM Careers on Teen CEO Day

Recently opportunities for growth and information were provided by a university and business leaders for students exploring STEM careers on Teen CEO Day. Possible careers for teens to explore were presented in the Winthrop University coliseum, bringing nearly 5,000...

Finding Out About Cyber Careers

In a special class, high school students are finding out about cyber careers. At Wossman high School, students in the Cyber Literacy classes offered by Monroe City Schools learn real world problem solving, complete with consequences for errors. The classes...

Helping High School Students Make Career Choices

A new program being implemented in Riverton, Kansas is helping high school students make career choices, and giving them direction in the classes and activities they need to be successful in those choices. The program is called RISE – Ready, Informed,...