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Career Choices A 5101
Career Choices allows students an opportunity to participate in an on- or off-campus internship where they explore and develop employability skills, career awareness, and occupational knowledge that prepares them for success in the workplace.  This course combines classroom instruction, career-related activities such as mentor events, career workshops, employment workshops, field trips, mock and employment interviews, etc., and hands-on experience within an on-or off-campus learning site such as:
• Attendance Office
• Career Center
• Counseling Center
• Media Center
• Learning Wings
• Off-campus sites (approved by instructor)
• Specific teacher (approved by instructor)

This course is aligned with Clark College (BTEC 148, Business Professional Self Development) so students can earn 3 college credits if they get a B or better in the course.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Career Choices B 5102
Career Choices allows students an opportunity to participate in an on- or off-campus internship where they explore and develop employability skills, career awareness, and occupational knowledge that prepares them for success in the workplace.  This course combines classroom instruction, career-related activities such as mentor events, career workshops, employment workshops, field trips, mock and employment interviews, etc., and hands-on experience within an on-or off-campus learning site such as:
• Attendance Office
• Career Center
• Counseling Center
• Media Center
• Learning Wings
• Off-campus sites (approved by instructor)
• Specific teacher (approved by instructor)

This course is aligned with Clark College (BTEC 148, Business Professional Self Development) so students can earn 3 college credits if they get a B or better in the course.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Career Choices – Food Court A 5131
This course allows students an opportunity to explore and develop employability skills, career awareness, and occupational knowledge within the culinary industry.  Career Choices-Food Court combines classroom instruction, career-related activities and hands-on experience in the Food Court.  Students will rotate through various positions in the Food Court to gain skills in the areas of: food preparation, menu planning, production methods, food presentation and service. A Food Handler’s Card is required and students are provided with the opportunity to take the exam to earn their Food Handler’s Card during this class.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Career Choices – Food Court B 5132
This course allows students an opportunity to explore and develop employability skills, career awareness, and occupational knowledge within the culinary industry.  Career Choices-Food Court combines classroom instruction, career-related activities and hands-on experience in the Food Court.  Students will rotate through various positions in the Food Court to gain skills in the areas of: food preparation, menu planning, production methods, food presentation and service. A Food Handler’s Card is required and students are provided with the opportunity to take the exam to earn their Food Handler’s Card during this class.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Work Experience A 5301
This program enhances classroom instruction by giving students the opportunity to gain paid/non-paid work experiences that are related to the goals and objectives of the student’s educational plan. Schools and participating organizations develop a written agreement, training plan and evaluation process for the student. All students must complete a Work Based Learning Off Campus Work Co-op application and be currently or previously enrolled in a Career and Technical Education class related to their employment. Students must meet these requirements per State law BEFORE being accepted into the program and BEFORE any hours are counted toward credit. Please see your school’s Work Based Learning Coordinator to see if you qualify. Note: 180 hours of documented work experience earns 0.5 credit. A maximum of 2 credits can be earned each year.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: Non AvailableGRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE: Recommended by building counselor and application approved by the Work-Based Learning Coordinator.