Our High School Career Center contributes to the community of learning by engaging students in an ongoing pursuit of what is meaningful and valuable to their lives. The Career Center provides opportunities for individuals to explore the intersection of their education, values, goals, skills, and experiences in order to identify and realize their aspirations.
The Career Center has numerous publications that can assist you with Career Exploration and provide you with tips and strategies for both your job search and interview preparation. Drop-in advising is also available in the Career Center. Drop-in advising is the best venue to have your cover letter, resume, or other application documents reviewed.
Mrs. D’Amico is now a fully credentialed Single Subject Teacher for Social Science, and most importantly for the Career Center, she has attained the designation of GCDF, a postgraduate credential in Global Career Development. She first earned an AA in business then later received a BA in Social Science, a BA in Sociology as well as a minor in Career & Life Planning in 2014 at CSU Chico. Her priorities continue to be serving the students of the Shasta Union High School District. She is excited and enthusiastic to assist students and teachers in any way she is able. Her most recent addition to her tasks came in 2014 to become the Manufacturing Pathway liaison for our school (held at our school farm). Mrs. D’Amico has four children with her youngest currently enrolled at Enterprise.
Each year AICCU publishes a College Guide to California’s Independent, Nonprofit Colleges and Universities. The College Guide helps counselors, students, and families learn about higher education options offered by the state’s independent, nonprofit colleges and universities.
See attached student flyer to read more about it. Or check out the search tool by clicking this link CaliforniaIndependentCollegeSearch. Occupation Information Bureau of Labor Statistics: