Has your child’s grades started to slip? Is your child losing focus in school? Does your child give you the impression that school is not important?
Career Based Intervention may be a program that can help to get your child back on track. Career Based Intervention is a program designed to help students realize their potential by helping them explore the many careers that are in the world today. It helps them to discover what their strengths are and then teaches them how to use those strengths to become successful in school, work, and life.
Career Based Intervention students explore career options as well as what kinds of schools are available and what financial options may be available to them. They are also exposed to many careers that they did not know existed. The premise of the program is to help students find their passion and use that passion to form goals to graduate, get additional education through a college or technical school, and enter the workforce.
Career Based Education students also get help with their academics as well as take course work that will help to prepare them for life after graduation from high school.
The Seven Key Principles of Career Based Intervention are, Higher Expectations, Common Curriculum, Authentic Learning, Supportive Structures, Sense of Belonging, Continuous Improvement and Student Identification.
If you are interested in learning more about Career Based Intervention, please contact me, Scott Davis at 330-938-4436. You may also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.