Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant1/1/23
The Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant provides free job training for Hoosiers in high-demand sectors from Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University. Sectors include: Advanced Manufacturing, Building & Construction, Health & Life Science, IT & Business Services and Transportation & Logistics.
The Indiana General Assembly created Next Level Jobs for working-age Hoosiers in 2017, and expanded the program in 2018 to include all high school graduates. This is a great opportunity for all students, especially those who may not qualify for other forms of financial aid.
Next Level Jobs provides free job training for Hoosiers who:
2) Have a high school diploma (or equivalent) but less than a college degree
3) Enroll in a qualifying certificate program in a high-demand job sector
For more information, please CLICK HERE.
Exploring — Discover Your Future5/10/22
Exploring provides exciting activities and mentorship for youth with hands-on experience to determine whether or not a particular career field is right for them. Students can develop valuable networking contacts with professionals working in selected career fields by participating in this program.
In May 2022, Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors were emailed an Interest Survey “Exploring” which will give them the opportunity to participate in career exploration programs offered in their areas of interest next fall. The survey is also available in the School Counseling canvas course.
Find information about the program at www.exploring.org/.
‘Exploring Posts’: A Unique Career Exploration Program9/14/21
Exploring Posts give students the opportunity to learn about careers associated with local area companies and organizations. Exploring is an affiliate of Boy Scouts of America and has been offering valuable connections to real-world career exploration to Indy and Bishop Chatard students for many years.
Eli Lilly, BSA Lifestructures and One America are just a few of the companies offering Exploring Posts, many of which start this week! But students can register anytime. Guidebooks are being distributed to Sophomores and Juniors, and are also available for any student to pick up in the Guidance Office.
Info and registration also available at www.crossroadsbsa.org/programs/exploring/
Ball State Sports Administration Program11/30/20
Career Spotlight: Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences11/7/16
Did you know?…”Speech-language pathologists and audiologists are in high demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for speech pathologists between 2014-2024 includes a 21% increase with a median salary of $73,410. The predicted outlook for audiologists is a 29% increase with a median salary of $74,890. Speech-language pathologists work in a wide range of settings including schools, clinics, assisted living centers, and hospitals.” – Keith Kluender, Head of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University.
If you would like to learn more about these programs at Purdue, visit http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/slhs. If you would like to schedule a visit, attend a class, meet with an academic advisor, or chat with a current student, please contact Kamie Redinbo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big Future: Career and College Exploration Site10/30/16
Career Information Links10/11/16