Taking College Classes in High School: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
There are several options available to the student who seeks to earn college credit while still in high school.
The CVCC Career Development Program prepares all district students, K-Adult, to make the best possible informed career choices and positions them for future career success by providing meaningful age-appropriate resources and relevant experiences. To that end, our program is dedicated to providing:
Students K-12 with activities, opportunities, and resources preparing them to make life long career choices and equipping them with 21st century skills to compete in a global economy.
Adult Students can receive assistance with job searches, creating a career transition plan, and meet one-on-one with a Career Coach.
Parents with support, information, and seminars that will help them guide their children as they make important life decisions.
Educators with professional development opportunities, career-related activities and resources to tie their curricula to the world of work emphasizing relevant and current employment information. Tools are provided to increase self-awareness and decision-making skills in students.
Business/Community members with opportunities to make an impact on students as they share their careers as vital classroom resources. Business/community members have the opportunity to serve on our General Advisory Counsel, host an extern, participate in our annual Student Job Fair