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Title: CLASS OF 2019 ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE COLLEGE AND CAREER READY?


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CLASS OF 2019ARE YOU MAKING PLANS TO BE
COLLEGEAND CAREER READY?
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Start strong for a BIG FUTURE!
  • AP/Honors Courses
  • Dual Enrollment
  • Keep Grades up
  • Take ACT/SAT Test
  • Community Service Hours
  • Apply for Scholarships
  • Get Organized
  • Take a Career Class

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High School Diploma Options
  • 24 Credit Standard High School Diploma
  • 4 Credits English
  • 4 Credits Math
  • 3 Credits Science (two with lab)
  • 3 Credits Social Studies
  • 1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts
  • 1 Credit Physical Education/Personal Fitness
  • 1 Credit in an Online course
  • 8 Electives 2 credits in Foreign
    Language is required for state universities

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High School Diploma Options
  • 18 Credit Academically Challenging Curriculum to
    Enhance Learning (ACCEL)
  • 4 Credits in English
  • 4 Credits in Math
  • 3 Credits Science (two with lab)
  • 3 Credits Social Science
  • 1 Credit Fine and Performing Arts
  • 3 Electives
  • (No Physical education or online class is
    required)

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High School Diploma Designations
  • Scholar Diploma
  • Meet standards of the 24 Credit requirement
  • Pass EOCs
  • 1 credit in AP or DE
  • See Guidance Counselor for more specifics based
    on your graduation year as there are too many to
    list!

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High School Diploma Designations
  • Merit Diploma
  • In Addition to meeting the standard high school
    diploma requirements students must
  • Attain one or more industry certifications in a
    select Career and Technical Program
  • CTE courses with Industry Certification
  • Horticulture Science
  • Automotive
  • Business
  • Computer Systems Technology
  • Criminal Justice (TBA)
  • Culinary
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Health Science
  • Welding

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High School Diploma Designations
  • Florida Ready to Work
  • Score 3 or above on the Credentialing Test
  • 3 and above Bronze credential
  • 4 and above Silver credential
  • 5 and above Gold credential
  • Take to employers with job application
  • Nationwide
  • Free!!

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Planning for College and Career?
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How to decide what is the best career for you!
  • Ask yourself these questions.
  • What do I like to do for fun?
  • What do I like to read about?
  • Who is the one person that I admire the most?
  • What class inspires me the most?
  • What are my strengths and weaknesses?
  • Where do I want to live?
  • What was the one career that I talked about as a
    child?

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Dont be afraid to think outside of the
!
  • Connect what you are good at and passionate
    about, to the jobs that are out there, not the
    other way around!
  • Example You like the idea of working in the
    health field with children? Nursing is a great
    way to do it, but so is respiratory therapy,
    speech language pathology, physical therapist
    assistant, and the list goes on and on. Which
    career is best for you?

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  • Career Planning
  • ASVAB
  • PLAN/PSAT
  • Florida Choices
  • Volunteer
  • Job Shadowing
  • Career Courses
  • Industry Certifications
  • College Planning
  • Career Tech, State College or University?
  • Public or Private?
  • Size/Activities
  • Instate vs. Out of state
  • Degrees/Programs offered
  • College Visits
  • Teacher/Student Ratio
  • Florida Choices
  • Florida Virtual Campus

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The economic benefits of postsecondary education
and training for Floridians
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center
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Whats available locally?
  • If youre planning on staying in the First Coast
    area, you probably want to know what the job
    outlook is like here!
  • https//sjrstate.emsicareercoach.com/

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State Colleges A.A. or A.S.?
  • Associate in Arts degrees (A.A.) are meant for
    transfer, particularly to State Universities,
  • Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees are meant to
    start work after earning your two year degree in
    a specific program.
  • Examples Business, Criminal Justice,
  • Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, or Radiology.
  • There are many others too!

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Career and Technical School?
  • These specialty schools offer a variety of
    programs to get the student in the workforce and
    often starting at 10,000-20,000 more than a
    high school graduate with up to a years worth of
    training in a specific field.
  • Example Licensed Practical Nurse, EMT,
    Paramedic, Dental Assistant, Massage Therapy,
    Pharmacy Technician, Cosmetology, Welding,
    Automotive.

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What about University?
  • AA degree earned at a state college is a
    university transfer degree begin at the
    university as a Junior.
  • Typically 4 years of education to earn a
    Bachelors degree.
  • Or continue 2-4 years to get a Masters or PhD
    degree for higher learning skills needed for many
    jobs/careers.
  • Example Guidance Counselor, Physician, or Nurse
    Practitioner.

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Bright Futures Scholarships
  • Florida Academic
  • Public or Private University
  • Courses requirements
  • Courses must include 16 credits of college
    preparatory academic courses
  • 4 English (3 with substantial writing)
  • 4 Mathematics (Algebra I level and above)
  •  3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)
  •  3 Social Science
  •  2 World Language (sequential, in the same
    language) 16 Credits
  • GPA 3.5
  • Act Scores 29
  • SAT Scores 1290
  • 100 hours Community Service

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Bright Futures Scholarships
  • Florida Medallion
  • Public or Private University
  • Course requirements
  • Courses must include 16 credits of college
    preparatory academic courses
  • 4 English (3 with substantial writing)
  • 4 Mathematics (Algebra I level and above)
  •  3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)
  •  3 Social Science
  •  2 World Language (sequential, in the same
    language) 16 Credits
  • GPA 3.0
  • Act Scores 26
  • SAT Scores 1170
  • 75 hours Community Service

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Bright Futures Scholarships
  • Florida Gold Seal
  • Public or Private University
  • Courses
  • Credits must include the 16 core credits
    required for high school graduation.   
  • 4 English
  •  4 Mathematics (including Algebra I)
  •   3 Natural Science (2 with lab component)
  •   3 Social Science (U.S. Hist., World Hist., U.S.
    Govt. and Economics)
  •   1 Fine OR Identified Practical Art OR .5
    credit in each
  •   1 Physical Education (to include integration of
    health) 16 Credits
  • Plus a minimum of three Career and Technical
    Education credits in one vocational program
  • GPA 3.0 overall and 3.5 in CTE Program of Study
  • Act Scores English 17, Reading 19, Math 19
  • SAT Scores Critical Reading 440, Math 440
  • 30 hours Community Service

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Administrative Office SpecialistCCJSHS, IHS,
PHS, and QI Roberts JSHS
  • Administrative Office Specialist
  • Computing for College and Careers
  • Administrative Office
  • Business Software Applications I
  • Digital Design (PHS only)
  • Industry Certification
  • MOS Bundle Certification (3 of 5-Word, Excel,
    PowerPoint, Access, Outlook)
  • FBLA(Future Business Leaders of America)

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Automotive Service TechnologyPHS
  • Automotive Technology
  • Automotive Service Technology 1 2
  • Automotive Service Technology 3 4
  • Automotive Service Technology 4 5
  • Industry Certification Automotive Service
    Excellence (ASE)
  • National Automotive Technicians Education
    Foundations (NATEF)

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Computer Systems and Information Technology
CCJSHS, IHS, PHS
  • Computer Systems and Information Technology
    Foundations and CSIT System Essentials
  • CSIT Network Systems Design Administration
    Security Essentials CSIT Cyber Security
  • Industry Certification CompTia A, Network,
    Security, Ciscos CCENT, and CCNA
  • Skills USA

23
Culinary ArtsIHS PHS
  • Culinary Arts
  • Culinary 1
  • Culinary 2
  • Culinary 3
  • Culinary 4
  • Industry Certification National Prostart
    Certification of Achievement - Certified
    Professional Food Manager (ServSafe)
  • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
    (FCCLA)

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Early Childhood Education CCJSHS, IHS, and PHS
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Early Childhood Education I
  • Early Childhood Education II
  • Early Childhood Education III
  • Early Childhood Education IV
  • Industry Certification Child Development
    Associate
  • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
    (FCCLA)

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Allied Health and Certified Nursing Assistant
CCJSHS, IHS, PHS
  • Health Science Education
  • Health Science 1
  • Health Science 2
  • Allied Assisting
  • Nursing Assisting
  • Industry Certification Certified Nurses
    Assistant Certified Medical Administrative
    Assistant
  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

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Horticulture Science and Services IHS, PHS, and
QI Roberts JSHS
  • Horticulture Science Services
  • Agriscience Foundations Science Credit
  • Introductory to Horticulture 2
  • Horticultural Science Services 3
  • Horticultural Science Services 4
  • Horticultural Science Services 5
  • Horticultural Science Services 6
  • Industry Certification Florida Nursery, Growers
    and Landscape Association (FNGLA) Certified
    Agricultural Technician (FFB)
  • Future Farmers of America (FFA)

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Criminal Justice IHS
  • Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Justice 1
  • Criminal Justice 2
  • Criminal Justice 3
  • Criminal Justice 4
  • Industry Certification(TBA)
  • Florida Public Assistance Association(FPAA)

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Applied Welding Technologies CCJSHS PHS
  • Applied Welding Technology
  • Welding Technologies I II
  • Welding Technologies III IV
  • Welding Technologies V VI
  • Industry Certification American Welding Society
    (AWS)
  • Skills USA

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Veterinary Assistant QI Roberts JSHS
  • Veterinary Assistant
  • Veterinary Assistant 1
  • Veterinary Assistant 2
  • Veterinary Assistant 3
  • Veterinary Assistant 4
  • Industry Certification American Welding Society
    (AWS)
  • Skills USA

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Community Service
  • Can be any of the following
  • Student Government
  • Student Union
  • Non Profit Community Organizations
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Community Projects
  • Club Projects
  • Self Initiated Projects
  • Visit Nursing Homes
  • Help a neighbor
  • Can NOT be any of the following
  • You can not be paid
  • You can not receive a grade
  • You can not be court ordered

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Contact information for College and Career
Resources
Janet Cauble Career Specialist jcauble_at_my.putnam
schools.org
http//phs.putnamschools.org/pages/Palatka_High_Sc
hool
  • Florida Choices
  • www.flchoices.org
  • Florida Virtual Campus
  • www.FLVC.org
  • Bright Futures Scholarships
  • http//www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/bf
    /fasrequire.htm
  • Fastweb
  • www.Fastweb.com
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