Options and Opportunities (O2)
Some students learn better by doing, experimenting and practicing. Students enrolled in the Options and Opportunities Program, better known as O2, are able to do this by being engaged through active learning in their school as well as their community.
O2 is a three year program designed to help students work toward a career or occupation in learning contexts that respond to their learning needs, providing linkages to the workplace and other post-secondary destinations. Through a range of authentic learning experiences and an integrated career education approach, students in O2are able to make connections with career pathways and make more informed decisions about what they want to do after high school.
Some of the career pathways and programs explored by O2 students:
- Trades and Technologies
- Business and Education
- Health and Human Services
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Arts, Culture, and Recreation
- Information Technology (IT)
- Law Enforcement and Military
To visit Options and Opportunities at the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, click here.