finding your path
When preparing for life after high school its beyond important to have a plan. Even more important is understanding and executing the details of that plan. The Go Center can help you put together that plan and help you along your path.
The most common question students will encounter when preparing their college plans is "what do you want to do for the rest of your life?"
One of the biggest mistakes students make is assuming they MUST know exactly what job or career they want to study for. Most universities around the country offer an "Undeclared" major that allows the student to begin their undergraduate college career before declaring their major.
However, just because you don't know what "career" you want doesn't mean you should not research what areas you are most interested in pursuing.
Your NAVIANCE account allows you to research career paths and even gives you a career interest survey that gives you a list of careers and majors you are likely to be very interested in. Log in today and click on "my tasks" to get your profile completed!
Student Reality Check?
Still not completely sold on the importance of having a plan?
Get your reality check
This tool will help you get a legitimate idea of what some of your real world costs will look like after life as a high school student.
The truth is that no matter what you want to do you MUST have a plan.
Here at the GoCenter we work on having multiple plans; our goal is to give our students options at the end of their high school careers.
Steps to creating your plan
1. Complete your Career Interest Survey on Naviance
2. Identify potential College Majors and Careers
3. Idenftify Universities that offer majors in those areas
4. View your Grade Level Action Plan (Below)
5. Meet with a GoCenter Staff member to create your individualized Action Plan