Career Life Courses

CAREER LIFE EDUCATION 10

This course is a graduation requirement for all students in British Columbia and prepares students for Career Connections 11 and 12 which includes a Capstone Project to be completed in grade 12.   Students will gain meaningful and relevant insight into their personal transition to post-secondary education, the world of work, and adulthood. The Career Education curriculum will provide students’ with opportunities to explore and research a multitude of education and career pathways and to acquire the knowledge and competencies necessary for success in school, in the workplace, and in their daily lives.

 

CAREER LIFE CONNECTIONS

Career Life Connections 11 (CLC 11) is a two credit course required by the BC Ministry of Education for Graduation.  This is a mandatory but non-enrolling course which means students are responsible for watching the lessons and completing the accompanying online assignments on their own time.   Students will gain meaningful and relevant insight into their personal transition to post-secondary education, the world of work, and adulthood.  This course will also prepare students for Career Life Connections 12 and the Capstone Project.

The course will be implemented over 5 online lessons on Microsoft Teams.  Students must watch each lesson and submit the required assignments to graduate.  You will receive an email to your school email address at the end of September with more information.  The first assignment will be assigned in October.

 

30 HOURS WORK EXPERIENCE
The Career Life Connections 11 and 12 requires students to participate in an experiential learning opportunity of 30 hours or more that is intended to expand and/or deepen student exposure to career possibilities.  Volunteer or paid work experience can count towards your 30 hours graduation requirement. Please email Ms.Keon(on leave- please email Mr. Hait), Career Programs advisor with any questions about this requirement.

 

 

 

Career-Life Connections 12 (CLC 12B) is a two-credit course required by the BC Ministry of Education for Graduation.  This is a mandatory but non-enrolling course which means students are responsible for participating in online check-ins and submitting assignments on their own time on Microsoft Teams.   Students will gain meaningful and relevant insight into their personal transition to post-secondary education, the world of work, and adulthood.   This course culminates in a Capstone Project that will be presented in person or virtually in the spring. Students will be receiving an email on their school email with more information at the end of September.

Your CLC advisors/teachers are: