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Wondering where to start or where to go next with Career Choices?
I have seen Career Choices from a colleague, but I need to learn more.


Career Choices is designed to help young people deal with the two major tasks of adolescence: establishing and consolidating their identity and deciding what they want to do with their lives.

To better acquaint yourself with this nationally-acclaimed curriculum and how your school can use it to decrease dropout rates and help your 8th or 9th graders plan and prepare for self-sufficient adulthood, take a few minutes to:

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Watch these videos: Implement a Freshman Transition Initiative to Increase High School & College Completion
The Key to Success for Dropout Prevention
Success 101: A Prerequisite for Life
Five Ingredients for a Successful Course
From Clueless to Focused: A documentary following one school’s students through a Freshman Transition course
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Read the NASSP article, A Personalized Plan for Life
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Browse these success strategies from educators using the curriculum.
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Click here to see how easy it is to integrate Career Choices into
academic coursework.
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Order a 60-day Review Set of the complete curriculum.
Because the Career Choices curriculum can be configured in a variety of ways with a variety of different student populations, you’ll want to review the curriculum’s academic and technology enhancements.

With so much to learn about Career Choices, the last thing we want you to feel is overwhelmed. Excited and hopeful, yes, but never overwhelmed. Please click on the link below that best describes your familiarity with Career Choices. Each link will direct you to a set of next steps you can take to better understand how the curriculum can be used to revolutionize the way your students plan for their futures and value their time in high school.
Select a link that best describes you:
I have never seen Career Choices.
I have a review set of books. What do I do now?
I attended a workshop. Now what?
I want to use Career Choices at my school, but how do I get buy-in from parents, students, and my administration?
I have seen Career Choices from a colleague, but I need to learn more and obtain my own set for review.
 

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