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    Career Fields

    Career Fields are broad based areas of interest with many careers fitting into each; they are not limited to one particular job.    USD 305 recognizes six Career Fields:
    1) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
    2) Arts, Communications and Information
    3) Business, Marketing, and Management
    4) Health Science
    5) Human Resources and Services
    6) Industrial, Manufacturing, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)
     
    Fields may be further divided into Clusters and Pathways, which are sequences of courses that culminate in an application class where students utilize knowledge and skills in a real-world context.
     

    To earn recognition at graduation, students in the classes of 2017 and 2018 must

    1. Turn in 25 hours of volunteer service to the School to Career office for each Field they are eligible to complete. (Deadline: January 15 of the senior year)

    2. Pass four credits in their Career Field and two credits in any other Career Field for a total of six credits.

    3. Request in writing that the School to Career office verify they have met the requirements for recognition at graduation. (Deadline: March 11 of the senior year)

    To earn recognition at graduation, students graduating 2019 and beyond must

    1. Complete a state approved pathway by passing three credits in the pathway with one of the credits being the application level course.

    2. Request in writing that the School to Career office verify they have met the requirements for recognition at graduation. (Deadline: March 11 of the senior year)
     

     
     
     
Last Modified on August 15, 2016