Helping High School Students Map a Career Path

Library Resources | December 18, 2019

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School libraries can offer a variety of tools to help students become college- and career-ready.

What will your students’ lives look like after high school graduation? A recently released report from The New Teacher Project finds that 40 percent of college students need to take remedial courses to learn what should have been mastered in high school. Meanwhile, those who opt for careers once they graduate high school often enter the workforce missing key job skills.

Whether students plan to attend a two- or four-year college, join the military or enter the workforce, PrepSTEP for High Schools can help them discover careers that align with their skills and interests. They’ll find:

  • Career fact sheets including salary and job outlook information
  • Practice tests for college admissions, military enlistment and career certification
  • ACT WorkKeys® assessments to measure job skills
  • Tutorials, e-books, articles and flashcards

Download the infographic to learn how PrepSTEP for High Schools can help students explore and prepare for careers in the trades, healthcare industry or government.

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