**Please note: If you are an educator, you will not see this section in the left-hand navigation bar; you will access Post Secondary Planning a different way. Read the educator article for more information.**
The Post Secondary Planning section allows students to identify their post-graduation educational goals, such as completing on-the-job training or attending a four-year university. You can adjust your goals as you move through high school and make decisions about future careers.
To start your Post Secondary Plan, click on "Post Secondary Planning" in the left-hand menu and then "Reflection".
Answer the following questions: Who am I? What can I become? How will I become that?
Post Secondary Plan:
Use the links provided to research the direction you would like to take after High School and choose from the drop-down list:
If you don't see what you want on the list, just ask your counselor and your district can add it to the list. All resources and the list of Post Secondary Plan options are decided by your district.
**Before you begin, ask your teacher or counselor if you need to fill out this page.**
Your High School & Beyond Plan must include a completed résumé by the end of 12th Grade. You will usually need one if you are applying for a job, an internship, or scholarship, and one may be needed for a college application.
A résumé or activity log summarizes who you are including, but not limited to your experience, what you can do, and your unique skills, talents, and leadership and/or athletic abilities. Recording your work experience, any internships, Activities, or Leadership positions held and any awards received as you progress through the planning years will help to complete the résumé.