Academic & Career Planning

Discover your passion and develop your path to a successful future!

 

Your Future Greater Green Bay is your local guide for exploring career options and finding the training that will lead you to attaining YOUR FUTURE career. 

 

The process is simple. There are many resources available to help you and your child explore future career interests, see the career in action, learn and practice the skills needed to be successful, prepare for and get help paying for college or career training options after high school and apply for a dream career.

 

Follow these easy steps to get connected with the local resources to help along the journey to YOUR FUTURE.

 

The Process:

Academic and Career Planning initiative of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

 

STEP 1 - KNOW

Getting to know your interests, skills, strengths and the life you want for your future is the first step! Remember, no matter how your career interests change, the life skills needed for your future are important to have for all types of careers. Your school provides resources to help you with this step. 

STEP 2 - EXPLORE

A multitude of career options and pathways can lead you to a successful future. It is important to begin early with exploring careers and the life skills needed, how they match your interests, life goals, and the education that will help you attain the vision you have for Your Future!

Once you find a career interest, explore if it is the right fit for you by using these resources!

STEP 3 - PLAN

Once you have identified your career interest, it is time to develop a plan to reach it! Set goals and benchmarks along the way. Always remember the life skills you are developing along the way will help you in any area you choose. Also, if your interest changes, that's ok. Return to the Know and Explore steps to find your new interest and then make a new plan.

Follow these Planning Resources to help you along your way

STEP 4 - GO

Go! - It's time to execute your plan, but be sure to recalculate as needed if your interests or skills change along the way, and remember, the life skills you gain will be useful in any career you choose!

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