High School ACP Activities

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Career Cruising: Carer Cruising is the official software of the Academic and Career Planning Initiative. Our school's log in information is:
                                User Name: judawi
                                Password: Panthers

To log into your personal portfolio, please select Log in to my plan option and then use your unique user name and password to access your saved work. Please consult your school counselor to learn your personal user name and password.  Click here to open Career Cruising. 

WEF College Fairs: Wisconsin Education Fairs are sponsored by professional Wisconsin educational organizations and create opportunities for students to talk about your future with universities, technical colleges, vocational and trade schools and the military. Juda High School attends the WEF College Fair at U.W. Platteville every fall. This year's fair will be held on September 20th between 9:00am-11:00am. 

Career Trips:

Junior Planning Meeting: Every year juniors and their parents are invited for a presentation about senior year planning, college applications, scholarship opportunities, FAFSA, graduation requirements and other academic details that every student and parent need to know to achieve a well-planned senior year. It is very important both for junior students and their parents to attend this meeting. The meeting is held during the last week of February at 6:00pm in the south lab.

Senior FAFSA Informational Meeting: 

Youth Options:

Course Options:

Youth Apprenticeship:


ACP Lesson Plans:

Utilizing Film and Television To Illuminate Career Development Concepts:  http://www.associationdatabase.com/aws/NCDA/pt/sd/news_article/5418/_PARENT/layout_details/false

Dress for Success: Learn 360 http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=82442&loid=342192&tScript=0

Professionalism 101-Professional Image : http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=47513 (25 minutes) 

Professionalism 101- Working Together: http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=47514   (29 minutes)

Professionalism 101-Business Etiquette: http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=47515

How to Set Smart Goals Video: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6o5PyJM3bY

How to Set Smart Goals Powerpoint:
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#search/in%3Asent+smart+goals/14cc84952671dcc3?projector=1

Effective Handshake Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YLXBUxHgjw

Body Language and Job Interviews: Learn 360 http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=114279&loid=411531&tScript=0

Equality of Opportunity in the Workplace: Learn 360 http://learn360.infobase.com/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=70396&loid=316750&tScript=0



Table 1.3 Fastest growing occupations, 2014 and projected 2024
(Numbers in thousands)
2014 National Employment Matrix title and code Employment Change, 2014-24 Median annual wage, 2015(1)
2014 2024 Number Percent
Total, all occupations 00-0000 150,539.9 160,328.8 9,788.9 6.5 $36,200
Wind turbine service technicians 49-9081 4.4 9.2 4.8 108.0 $51,050
Occupational therapy assistants 31-2011 33.0 47.1 14.1 42.7 $57,870
Physical therapist assistants 31-2021 78.7 110.7 31.9 40.6 $55,170
Physical therapist aides 31-2022 50.0 69.5 19.5 39.0 $25,120
Home health aides 31-1011 913.5 1,261.9 348.4 38.1 $21,920
Commercial divers 49-9092 4.4 6.0 1.6 36.9 $50,470
Nurse practitioners 29-1171 126.9 171.7 44.7 35.2 $98,190
Physical therapists 29-1123 210.9 282.7 71.8 34.0 $84,020
Statisticians 15-2041 30.0 40.1 10.1 33.8 $80,110
Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians 53-3011 19.6 26.1 6.5 33.0 $23,740
Occupational therapy aides 31-2012 8.8 11.6 2.7 30.6 $27,800
Physician assistants 29-1071 94.4 123.2 28.7 30.4 $98,180
Operations research analysts 15-2031 91.3 118.9 27.6 30.2 $78,630
Personal financial advisors 13-2052 249.4 323.2 73.9 29.6 $89,160
Cartographers and photogrammetrists 17-1021 12.3 15.9 3.6 29.3 $61,880
Genetic counselors 29-9092 2.4 3.1 0.7 28.8 $72,090
Interpreters and translators 27-3091 61.0 78.5 17.5 28.7 $44,190
Audiologists 29-1181 13.2 16.9 3.8 28.6 $74,890
Hearing aid specialists 29-2092 5.9 7.5 1.6 27.2 $49,600
Optometrists 29-1041 40.6 51.6 11.0 27.0 $103,900
Forensic science technicians 19-4092 14.4 18.2 3.8 26.6 $56,320
Web developers 15-1134 148.5 188.0 39.5 26.6 $64,970
Occupational therapists 29-1122 114.6 145.1 30.4 26.5 $80,150
Diagnostic medical sonographers 29-2032 60.7 76.7 16.0 26.4 $68,970
Personal care aides 39-9021 1,768.4 2,226.5 458.1 25.9 $20,980
Phlebotomists 31-9097 112.7 140.8 28.1 24.9 $31,630
Ophthalmic medical technicians 29-2057 37.0 46.1 9.1 24.7 $35,350
Nurse midwives 29-1161 5.3 6.6 1.3 24.6 $92,510
Solar photovoltaic installers 47-2231 5.9 7.4 1.4 24.3 $37,830
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 29-2041 241.2 299.6 58.5 24.2 $31,980
Footnotes:
(1) Data are from the Occupational Employment Statistics program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Source: Employment Projections program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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