2 House Bill 5: Implications for Career Counselors Students, on entering 9th grade, indicates in writing an endorsement that the student intends to earn.Five key endorsement areas were selected and look very similar to our work in Naviance.
3 High School Graduation Endorsements Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)Health Science;STEMBusiness and IndustryManufacturing;Marketing;Transportation, Distribution & LogisticsAdvanced Broadcast JournalismNewspaperPublic SpeakingAgriculture, Food & Natural Resources;Architecture & Construction;Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications;Business Management & Administration;Finance;Hospitality & Tourism;Information Technology;
4 High School Graduation Endorsements (cont.) Public ServicesEducation & Training;Government & Public Administration;Human Services;Law, Public Safety, Corrections & SecurityJRTOCMultidisciplinary Studiesadvanced courses that prepare students to enter workforce from within one endorsement areaFoundation creditsAP coursesArts & HumanitiesFine Arts;AP SS;Foreign Language;
5 Naviance: The tool belt every Career Counselor should wear. Career Key for 8th gradeExplore Career ClustersRoad Trip NationMiddle School Surveys
11 Creating a Pathway to Success Showcase Panel:Andrew Lebman, RevereSharvett Mallard, DowlingFelina Heart, Johnston
12 Best Practices from people in the trenches Revere Middle School: Innovation at its best!Dowling Middle School: Giving context to Career Key results.Johnston Middle School: Making connections to future goals.
13 Lots of great ideas to share! District Naviance goalsReadistep InterpretationRamp Up to ReadinessCareer Exploration WorksheetScavenger HuntWriting on the WallChalk It UpTexas Reality CheckFreshman MentorsHigh School Super Match