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Academic and Career Planning Journey

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Washburn Public School Academic And Career Planning

Use the links below to navigate through the Washburn School District Academic and Career Planning Journey.

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What is Academic and Career Planning?

Academic and Career Planning, or ACP, is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration, and the development of career management and planning skills. 

Why ACP Matters

Definition of E4E

Education for Employment shall incorporate applied curricula; guidance and counseling services under par. (e); technical preparation under s.118.34; college preparation; youth apprenticeship under s.106.13 or other job training and work experience; and instruction in skills relating to employment.

 

Typographic of Good standards

Labor Market Information

Bayfield County

Ashland County

 

Post Secondary Enrollment

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Career Cruising

Students use the online platform of Career Cruising to build a portfolio of career information and documents based on their exploration of their knowledge, skills and interests. During the course of building their portfolio throughout middle and high school, students will be equipped with the tools to plan for their future after high school.

Academic and Career Planning (ACP) Services

School Services that Support E4E
CTE Courses
Core and Elective Courses
Career Planning Courses
Counseling Services
Work Based Learning:


Community Services that Support ACP
Northwest Wisconsin CEP
Youth Apprenticeship
Dept of Vocational Rehabilitation

Post-Secondary Services that Support ACP
WITC Transcripted Credit
Early College Credit Program
Start College Now - Technical Colleges
Post Secondary Transition Plan
Post Secondary Options


6-12 Planning Map

Portrait of a Washburn Graduate

Portrait of a Washburn Graduate - Benchmarks