Possibilities: Options that are available
Preparation: Required steps to achieve a role
Progress: Initial success; ongoing growth
Activities of the Vision Corner Guidance Center:
HIGH SCHOOL (scroll south)
20th Century guidance focused on where to go to college." Today's college costs demand a focus on the whether and why of pursuing a four year degree as a goal unto itself.
The Vision Corner Guidance Center will include extensive information about specific career alternatives. Some high school students are able to define a career direction. Some aren't ready, but advanced guidance techniques can present career alternatives and the individual traits and talents that indicate good or poor fit.
Clearly, one size does not fit all in Century 21. Among possibilities:
The DECA and KISS-TV programs in Union City and regional opportunities such as technical training at the John Jay Center and Winchester's welding program are immediate opportunities for career-focused education.
An economic development goal is increasing career opportunities in Union City. Possibilities include company relocations to Union City, expansion of existing businesses or new start-ups via entrepreneurship. Vision Corner Vision Corner GUIDANCE will encourage a local career choice whenever it's a possibility.
The potential reasons for additional educations are many:
The Vision Corner Guidance Center will will include extensive information about career alternatives and the preparation necessary to pursue the opportunities.
Vision Corner's direct education programming will include:
Vision Corner will encourage a local career choice whenever it's a possibility.
Because new business start-ups are an avenue to job growth, Vision Corner will provide extensive support including the possibility of "incubation" -- initial launch of the business within the walls of Vision Corner.
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