Starting in Middle School
It is never too early to allow students to begin exploring their career options. In fact, it is critical students have access in middle school so have the ability to narrow their focus and match their interests and skills should they decide to enter a CTE program. eDynamic Learning offers several career exploration courses that give students the insights they’ll need for a variety of careers.
Career Exploration 1
eDynamic Learning’s Career Exploration 1 course gives students valuable insights to professions covered by the National Career Clusters® and the field of energy, helping them match their interests and skills and guide their focus for the future.
Career Exploration 2
The Career Exploration 2 course allows students to identify their strengths and passions and helps them narrow a career path that aligns best with their interests and talents. They’ll also learn more about workplace skills including leadership skills, organizational skills, and interpersonal skills.
Middle School Exploring Information Technology
Middle School Exploring Information Technology allows middle school students to examine various IT pathways of web and digital communications, information and support services, network systems, and programming and software development.
Middle School Exploring Health Science
Middle School Exploring Health Science allows middle school students to examine five different pathways within health science and learn the foundational health-related content any career within this field requires.
Middle School Exploring Business
Middle School Exploring Business allows middle school students to examine various career options in the field of business, such as management, human resources, business operations, information management, and accounting.
Cluster Specific Career Exploration Courses High School
If students have already determined a career cluster they wish to pursue but are looking to learn more about the career tracks available in that pathway, eDynamic Learning offers Introductory Explorer courses in Information Technology, Health Science or Business.