Career Development

Comprehensive career development helps students to discover their interests, talents, abilities, and the different ways these talents and abilities might be used. It also equips students with research skills to enable them to form a realistic picture of job opportunities. The skills learned through comprehensive career development are also lifework planning skills because students will use them repeatedly over the course of their lifetimes. Because of the breadth of comprehensive career development, it needs the involvement of all school staff, parents, and the greater community to help students learn lifework planning skills.

Robin Kroyer-Kubicek
Career Pathways Education Consultant
Email: robin.kroyer-kubicek@dpi.wi.gov
Phone: 608-266-2022

Click on the following topics for more information, teacher resources to use in the classroom, student worksheets, and internet links to related sites:



Programs - For a comprehensive approach to career development utilize some of the programming information below. Resources - Wondering how to implement Career Development into your classroom or school? The web provides so many resources. Spend a little time here and explore some of the resources Career Development Facilitators use.

General Career Development

WI Comprehensive School Counseling Model

Labor Market Information

Programs of Study

 

Comprehensive Career Development School Counseling

 

Career Development Resources for Students, Teachers, and Parents

 

CTE Career Development

 



 

Job Hunting

Members of the Military

Green Jobs

Youth with Disabilities

Getting Hired Resource for people with disabilities

Dislocated Workers

LGBT

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For questions about this information, contact Denise Byrd (608) 267-2274