11th and 12th graders undecided majors are targeted for the visit to encourage them to begin considering and exploring various career options. College faculty will be on hand to inform students about high school courses they need to take to prepare themselves for college education in career pathways they select.
Activities will include Career and Technical programs across campus that will be on display, featuring interactive exhibits and providing opportunities for students to gain information about a wide variety of careers.
Career Pathway Development Day will highlight occupations in public service (police and fire), allied health (nursing, respiratory care, EMT/paramedic), child development, business technology, accounting, art, photography, ceramics, multimedia, automotive, drafting, heaving equipment operation, welding, agriculture, fashion and interior design, travel and tourism, and others. Students will have the opportunity to observe and ask questions. The major goal of the experience is for students to learn about the many careers available and identify areas of occupational interest to explore as they proceed into their college years.