Parowan High School strives to help each student identify his/her personality and learning style. This, in turn, helps guide the student into the exploration of career pathways that are the best fit for that student.
CCR Conferences are held each fall and spring with the student, parent, and CCR TEAMS Advisor/Coach. The student plays a key role in these meetings. We encourage 100% attendance.
CCR TEAMS Advisory meetings are every Wednesday morning. Advisors conduct a variety of activities that help students in this exploration process.
Our CCR Pathways are based on the Holland Code and Utah's Career Pathways.
1. Realistic/Doer - Technical
2. Investigative/Thinker - Scientific
3. Artistic/Creator - Arts
4. Social/Helper - Social & Human Services
5. Enterprising/Persuader - Administration
6. Conventional/Organizer - Business
Parowan High School is committed to the implementation of CCR as explained below.
"COLLEGE" refers to one, two, four, or more years of training/education.
A formalized program of College Pathways, Career Coaches, Job Shadowing, Internships, planning tools and the systematic use of UtahFutures.org as the career information delivery system.
The Eight Components of College and Career Readiness Counseling (NOSCA) provide a systemic approach for school counselors to implement, across grades K–12 — elementary through high school and beyond, to ensure equity both in process and results.
Also, as part of CCR, PHS offers a 9th grade Career Exploration and Planning class designed to help incoming freshmen develop skills and plans that will aid them in completing their high school requirements and put them on track for their post high school interests.
The four main units consist of SELF AWARENESS, HIGH SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT, EDUCATIONAL & VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, and CAREER PLANNING.
Students are encouraged to begin future planning and work those plans into their UtahFutures Portfolio expanding upon a four-year high school plan which is begun in 8th grade.Below are helpful websites with a huge variety of self assessment tools, interest inventories, educational and career guidance information.
Adults can also access UtahFutures by clicking on the "Utah Citizen" link.
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