Career Experience Student Initiated Primarily Seniors (Juniors qualify too) Selection ◦ GPA in the 80% ◦ Good Attendance ◦ No discipline problems Credits ◦ 1 Credit for less than 10 hours per week ◦ 2 Credits for 10 hour or more per week 2 Time Cards Daily Logs Monthly Goals & Objectives Project each Marking Period Attend Monthly Intern Meetings Mentor Evaluations 3/23/2016 3 Work Experience Prerequisites ◦ Passing Grade in all Academic Subjects Primarily Seniors Requirements ◦ Must be a Paid Position ◦ Time Cards and Weekly Logs ◦ Evaluations by Supervisors 3/23/2016 4 Career Exploration in Health Care and Medical Careers will be called Healthare Career Exploration Program 1 Year Program beginning 2015-16 10 openings for Juniors from Hershey and 10 from Lower Dauphin. Sites ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Hershey Medical Center Country Meadows VISTA School Drayer –Hummelstown Allegheny Valley School, etc. Only Senior Year - Approximately 35 clinical rotations. Seminars ◦ 1 to 5 days in length, 1.5 hours per day from 8-9:30 am (Requires periods 13) Look at ways to prepare during 11th grade ◦ Various health care careers and related clinical topics ◦ Presented by the Hershey Medical Center staff and community health/medical related businesses. PLEASE TAKE A HANDOUT! 3/23/2016 5 Grades 9 – 10 – 11 – 12 Applications are done online in May for the following school year. Do not register on course selection cards! Students may volunteer in: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Early Childhood Center Primary and Intermediate School Middle School High School *Listen for morning announcements in the Spring. 3/23/2016 6 Medical Career Exploration 4:00 to 6:00 – Mondays at Hershey Medical Center Sponsored by Medical Students Applications will be available in the Spring Runs September through December with final presentation in lecture room at med center *Listen for morning announcements in April for signup procedures (Usually due by June 1) Application is online too on HMC website 3/23/2016 7 A national program at Dauphin County Technical School for aspiring students of Architecture and Engineering Tuesdays 4:30 to 6:30 pm – Professional Thursdays 4:30 to 6:30 pm– Skilled Trades Applications are available in the Fall online Runs October through February *Listen for morning announcements in the Fall—online registration at www. acementor.org and listen for cutoff date for registration 3/23/2016 8 Bonnie S. Ritchey School to Career Coordinator 531-2244 Ext 1228 [email protected] Room 228 High School Office During Homeroom 3/23/2016 9 Mr. Gustantino Business Education Mrs. Ritchey Mr. Ruhl P. 27-28 1 year course for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade (1 credit) Will learn basics of accounting Manual and computer data entry Learn to prepare journals, ledgers, financial reports, and spreadsheets Good course to “test the waters” of accounting and business professions All business majors must take at least 1 course in accounting. Prerequisite – successful completion of Accounting 1 For students looking to pursue a business major in college Study Inventory, Depreciation, Corporate Accounting, Corporate Fraud, and Cost Accounting Use spreadsheets daily Gain firm grasp of the accounting profession and what doors it can open 12th Grade Only Keep the books of the school store Learn about different entrepreneurial ideas Marketing, Management, Finance, and More!! One semester course (.5 credits) Basic understanding of management of money. Topics include: ◦ Payroll deductions and management of money ◦ Consumer purchasing, Identity Theft ◦ Savings and checking accounts ◦ Consumer credit ◦ Stock Market Game ◦ Taxes and major purchases and much more! Includes a variety of marketing and management concepts utilized in the Sports and Entertainment industry. Computer simulations, classroom activities and real-world events. Students will manage a virtual professional football franchise ◦ Decision-making requirements for franchise location, ticket prices, advertising, promotion, staffing, and other critical business components. Students will also work collaboratively to market and manage different Hershey High School sporting and entertainment events. One semester course (.5 credit) 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade elective To master touch typing and develop proper keyboarding techniques, speed, accuracy, and some document production. Microtype and Word software programs are used A lifetime skill needed to succeed! One semester course (.5 credit) 10th, 11th and 12th grade elective Different applications and programs used at the college level. Opportunity to show creativity though a variety of activities and projects Skills for college level presentations and resume writing This is the perfect course for anyone who enjoys creative opportunities, working with others, and who wants to become more proficient with different technologies 808-Energy Power & Transportation (1-semester) (.5-crd) 809-Survey Of Engineering (1-semester) (.5crd) 810-Communication & Digital Media (1-semester) (.5-crd) 812-Engineering Design I (2-semesters) (1-crd) 813-Engineering Design II (2-semesters) (1-crd) 814-Architectural Drawing and Design crd) (2-semesters) (1- 815-Engineering Technology Systems crd) (1-semester) (.5- 817-Manufacturing Technology I (semester) 819-Manufacturing Technology II (semester) (.5-crd) (.5-crd) Prerequisites: None • Credit: .5 Grade: 10, 11, 12 •Energy, Power and Transportation will provide a comprehensive study of the elements and concepts associated with Energy, Power and Transportation and their relationships to one another, the environment and their technological processes. The course will include individual and group classroom instruction and hands-on activities and projects to enhance the learning of the concepts and provide a strong emphasis on 21 century STEM/STEAM Initiative. Survey Of Engineering Prerequisites: Biology, Chemistry, Pre-Calculus, Engineering Design I, Manufacturing Technology , completion or concurrent enrollment in Physics • Credit: .5 Grade: 11, 12 •Students explore the varied engineering disciplines including Aerospace, Bio- Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical, Nuclear, and Computer Engineering/Computer Science. The course will include individual and group classroom instruction and exposure to the practices of real world engineers with an emphasis on project-based learning. A key focus of this course will be on solving real-world problems within our community. Prerequisite: None Credit: .5 Grade: 11,12 A survey photography course which teaches principles of photography and fundamental camera techniques. Instruction and experiences include: Using 35 mm SLR camera, digital camera, photo-editing software, darkroom equipment, mounting and displaying of photos. Prerequisites: 9,10,11,12 None Credit: 1 Grade: Utilization and Implementation of CADD (Computer Aided Drawing & Design) throughout the course. Introduction to: Geometric, Orthographic, Section View, Perspective, Auxiliary and Assembly drawing techniques and processes, along with Technical sketching and Dimensioning. Introduction to UCS & WCS coordinate drawing, along with introduction to 3-D Modeling and Rendering drawing techniques. Introduction to individual and group projects incorporating periodically, the design and assembly of proto-type models to coincide with computer generated designs. Strong emphasis on STEM/STEAM problem solving, critical thinking, analytic thinking and creativity throughout the course. Use of the AutoDesk Cad software programs throughout the course. Prerequisites: Completion of Engineering Design I Grade: 10,11,12 Credit: 1 Utilization and implementation of CADD (Computer Aided Drawing & Design) throughout the course. Incorporation of Engineering Drawing I techniques and processes into select individual and group research projects. Advanced exposure to 3-D Modeling, Rendering and 3-D Visualization through the course. Design and assembly of advanced proto-type models to coincide with computer generated design projects. Implementation and usage of the Internet for in-depth project research and exploration. Incorporating the relationship of the course with the practices of business and industry through projects, research and periodic enrichment experiences throughout the school year. Strong emphasis on STEM/STEAM problem solving, critical thinking, analytic thinking and creativity throughout the course. Use of the AutoDesk Cad software programs throughout the course. • Prerequisite: Engineering Drawing II (or by selective arrangement) • Credit: 1 Grade: 11,12 • Utilization and implementation of AutoCAD (Computer Aided Drawing & Design) throughout the course. • Course includes: the research and study of various facets of residential and commercial building structure principles and design. • Layout and design of: foundation, floor, wall, roof and elevation plans, through the use of : 2-D and 3-D modeling, rendering and drawing techniques and processes. • Design and assembly of: Proto-type models to coincide with computer generated house and building plans. • Strong emphasis on: Problem solving, Critical thinking, Analytic thinking and Creativity throughout the course. Prerequisites: None Credit: .5 Grade: 10,11,12 An exploration and application class involving "preengineering” and manufacturing technologies in Electricity & Electronics, Mechanical Systems, Automation & Material Handling, Manufacturing Processes and Quality Control areas of study. Each area features project-based learning, interactive computer based training, multi-media instruction and hands-on experimentation with industrial equipment and software. Strong emphasis is placed on the development of interpersonal skills, collaborative learning, critical thinking and decision-making. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Engineering Technology Systems I or Engineering Design I Credit: .5 Grade: 10,11,12 Students explore the production of a product from concept to market. A mass production product will be produced. Instruction and experiences include: manufacturing practices, designing, rapid prototyping, CAD/CAM, material properties and material selection, CNC mill and lathe operation, assembly/assembly line and marketing. Emphasis will be placed on team work and group interaction. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Manufacturing Technology Credit: .5 Grade: 10,11,12 Students explore the production of a product from concept to market. Several projects will be produced. Instruction and experiences include: manufacturing practices, designing, rapid prototyping, CAD/CAM, material properties and material selection, CNC mill and lathe operation, assembly/assembly line and marketing. Emphasis will be placed on teamwork and group interaction.