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More about the Career Passport System
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More about the Career Passport System
More about the Career Passport System
More about the Career Passport System
More about the Career Passport System
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  • 1. Career Passports Your Planning Guide : It’s your future… be there!
  • 2. If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up somewhere else.
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    • About 50% of all those who attempt a baccalaureate degree will dropout.
    National Center for Education Statistics
  • 4. Career Passports A.C.E. Academic & Career Excellence COOL Week Senior Project Rigorous Core Academics
  • 5. Career Passport Program Career Passports
  • 6. What is a Career Passport? A Student’s Perspective
    • Guidance
      • Enrolling in a meaningful sequence of courses (3-5 course concentration) within one of four pathways
    Career Passports
    • Marketing
      • - Upon graduation, receipt of Career Passport document designed to market student skills, competencies and attributes to potential employers
  • 7. Pathways Career Clusters Career Passports
  • 8. Leander ISD Career Pathways/ Human Services, Health & AgriScience Engineering & Industrial Technology Arts & Communication Business & Computer Technology
  • 9. Career Clusters Arts & Communication Communications Journalism/Publications Languages Other Than English Photojournalism Speech Communication Visual Communication Humanities Advanced Humanities General Fine Arts Performing Arts Band Choral Music Dance Technical Theatre Theatre Arts Visual Arts Interior Design & Architecture Photography Visual Arts Business & Computer Technology Finance, Business Management & Administration Business: Accounting Business: Finance Management Business: General Hospitality & Tourism Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management Hospitality: Hotel Management Information Technology Business: Software Applications Computer Technology Electronics Internetworking Technology Marketing, Sales and Services Marketing and Management Public Relations
  • 10. Career Clusters Engineering & Industrial Technology Architecture & Construction Architectural Design Graphics Construction Electricity Construction Systems General Technology Manufacturing Agricultural Mechanics Engineering Design Graphics General Agriculture Machining Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Advanced Math Science Computer Science Engineering Sciences Project Lead The Way: Engineering Transportation Automotive Technology Human Services, Health & AgriScience Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Animal Science Horticulture & Landscape Veterinary Science Technology Education & Training Early Childhood Education Education Health Science Biotechnology Fitness & Wellness Health Science Technology Medical Sciences Sports Medicine Human Services Cosmetology Human Relations Law, Public Safety & Security Criminal Justice Technology Military Service
  • 11. Biotechnology Career Passport
    • 3 credits required
    • Prerequisites: Biology
    • Required : Biotechnology, Chemistry
    • Choose remaining credit from the following:
    • Medical Microbiology*, Introduction to Horticultural Sciences*, Horticulture Plant Production*, Plant and Animal Production*,
    • IB Biology I, AP/IB II Biology, AP/IB Chemistry
    • Recommended: Communication Applications*, Exploring Aquaculture/Environmental Technology, Business Computer Information Systems
    * = ½ credit course
  • 12. 4 Year Planning Document
    • Planning and setting goals to design a plan after investigating yourself, careers and colleges
    • Document is then stored in a computer file to view in the future and change, if needed.
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  • 15. 4 YEAR PLANNING DOCUMENT Name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________________   Career Passport: Engineering Sciences I.D. # _______________________   Recommended Program (26 Credits ) : Students must add 1 credit in Technology Applications, ½ credit in Communication Applications, 2 credits of the same foreign language, and 1 credit in fine arts. Math must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Science must include Biology and 2 credits from a) IPC, b) Chemistry and c) Physics or Principles of Technology.   LISD Advanced Program (26 Credits ) : Additional requirements (over Recommended) include a 4 th credit in Mathematics, to include Precalculus; Science credits must include Biology, Chemistry and Physics; and as part of the 26 credits, a minimum of 2 credits must be from advanced courses (i.e. Pre-AP, AP, and/or IB).   Distinguished Achievement Program -DAP (26 Credits ) : Additional requirements (over Recommended) include a 3 rd credit in the same foreign language & 4 advanced measures as explained in course catalog. A Minimum High School Graduation Plan (26 credits) is available, however, this requires that you see your counselor for discussion of this plan. Pre-AP/IB, College Board Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for requirements in appropriate areas.   Texas Scholars Program: Gold = Advanced/DAP Program along with a completed Career Passport Silver = Recommended Program along with a completed Career Passport Bronze = Recommended without a completed Career Passport     *Computer Science Pre-AP/IB Spanish I Math Algebra I 9th 10th 11th 12th English 1 English 2 English 3 English 4 Math Algebra I Math Geometry Math Algebra II   *PreCalculus Science Biology Science IPC Science Chemistry   *Physics World Geography World History U.S. History Government/Economics ACE / Health   *Introduction to CAD   Communication Application/Leadership P.E. Athletics P.E./Elective Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Spanish II   Art I
  • 16. 4 YEAR PLANNING DOCUMENT Name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________________   Career Passport: Engineering Sciences & Adv. Math/Science & Language Other than English - Spanish I.D. # __________   Recommended Program (26 Credits ) : Students must add 1 credit in Technology Applications, ½ credit in Communication Applications, 2 credits of the same foreign language, and 1 credit in fine arts. Math must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Science must include Biology and 2 credits from a) IPC, b) Chemistry and c) Physics or Principles of Technology.   Advanced Program (26 Credits ) : Additional requirements (over Recommended) include a 4 th credit in Mathematics, to include Precalculus; Science credits must include Biology, Chemistry and Physics; and as part of the 26 credits, a minimum of 2 credits must be from advanced courses (i.e. Pre-AP, AP, and/or IB).   Distinguished Achievement Program -DAP (26 Credits ) : Additional requirements (over Recommended) include a 3 rd credit in the same foreign language & 4 advanced measures as explained in course catalog. A Minimum High School Graduation Plan (26 credits) is available, however, this requires that you see your counselor for discussion of this plan. Pre-AP/IB, College Board Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for requirements in appropriate areas.   Texas Scholars Program: Texas Scholars Program: Gold = Advanced/DAP Program along with a completed Career Passport Silver = Recommended Program along with a completed Career Passport Bronze = Recommended without a completed Career Passport           9th 10th 11th 12th English 1 English 2 English 3 English 4 Math Geometry Math Algebra II Math *Pre-AP/IB Precalculus   *AP Calculus Science Pre-AP/IB Biology Science *Pre-AP/IB Chemistry Science *Pre-AP Physics   *AP Physics World Geography World History U.S. History Government/Economics ACE / Health   *Introduction to CAD   *Computer Science Pre-AP/IB Communication Application/Leadership P.E. Athletics P.E./Elective Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   Athletics   *Spanish I *Spanish II   *Spanish III   Art I
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  • 21. CPHS Class of ‘06 – 453 graduates
    • 892 total passports received by graduates
    • 193 received 1 Career Passport
    • 122 received 2 Career Passports
    • 88 received 3 Career Passports
    • 35 received 4 Career Passports
    • 9 received 5 Career Passports
    • 1 received 6 Career Passports
    • This represents 98.9% of the graduating class.

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