The William S. Hart Union High School District’s Career & College Readiness Department is celebrating Career Education Month in February by providing students a variety of pathways to success.
Animal lovers can check out the Animal Science classes and career pathway (major) [here].
Students interested in the arts, media and entertainment as a career can find more info [here].
Future master chefs have lots of choices in the Culinary Arts and Hospitality career pathway, outlined [here].
Aspiring designers and builders can check out the Engineering and Architecture career pathway [here].
Students seeking a career in the medical-health care field can explore the Health Sciences and Medical Technology career options [here].
Tech-savvy students may be interested in pursuing the Information and Communication Technologies pathway, detailed [here].
Students who like to make things might be interested in the Manufacturing and Product Development career pathway described [here].
Those who have an affinity for sales and self-employment may want to check out the Marketing and Entrepreneurship path [here].
There’s also a career path for civic-minded students — the Public Service Career pathway described [here].
Finally, Golden Oak Adult School’s new Certified Phlebotomy Technician program meets all California requirements for a student to become a California Licensed Phlebotomist (CPT1). Register online [here]. For more information or registering, you may also call the Golden Oak office at 661-253-0583.
For more info about the Hart District’s career path offerings, contact the Career & College Readiness rep at the school of your choice [here].
Sue Reynolds Buckley and Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Search K9 Nudel visiting Mrs. Wise’s Animal Science students.