Each page in a career profile offers information about something specific. This article breaks down what you'll find when you click on the Training tab.
This section explains the level of training and education required for this career. Not every career will have all of this information.
Training: A detailed list of all required trainings, degrees, certifications, licenses, exams, etc. for this career.
Education After High School: A more in-depth look into any formal education required after graduation.
Volunteer/Work Experience: Helpful or required background experience for this career.
On-The-Job Training: Work training and experience you'll receive on-site, such as internships, practicums, or one-to-one mentoring with a more experienced coworker.
Military Training: Information on receiving training for this career in the military, and if prior military experience is beneficial.
Helpful High School Courses
This section explains how you can prepare yourself while still in high school. It lists high school courses and programs that will help prepare you for college courses, demonstrate your strengths and abilities to future employers, and increase your likelihood of being admitted into educational programs.
It's helpful to keep this information in mind when you are building your Four Year Plan. You might ask yourself:
- Which subjects will I want to focus on for this career?
- Are Honors and AP courses important for this career? Will earning college credit in high school give me an advantage?
- Which elective courses should I choose when I build a Four Year Plan?