• Brandy Parnell

Career Compass Services for Seniors

Career Compass will be on the Magnet campus each Monday this school year. Their coaches are trained to work one-on-one with high school seniors, equipping them with regionally relevant workforce and post-secondary information. From exploring career options and FAFSA completion to test scheduling and college application preparation, their coaches take students from uncertainty to confident action. Their services include:

  • One-on-one college and career coaching

  • Creating a realistic College Success Plan

  • Regional workforce and post-secondary information

  • FAFSA assistance

  • College application prep and fee waivers to those who qualify

  • Test scheduling and waivers to those who qualify

  • Scholarship information

Each Monday, a group of identified seniors will be called to meet with the Career Compass coaches in the library to go over information and provide assistance. Their services are free-of-charge for students.

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