This course engages students in the creative process of making meaning within the creative arts, communications, and humanities, and invites them to view themselves, others, and the world through story, while discovering academic and career possibilities.
Introduces career options and educational pathways in the fields of the Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice. Explores the history of and current methods and issues in these three areas of learning and service. Students will gain an understanding of academic and career options and get a taste of what further study will look like in each of these three areas and how they relate to one another.
Course will highlight exciting career options within the natural resources educational focus area. Students will learn about academic disciplines within horticulture, arboriculture, landscaping, organic farming, wildland fire, forestry and water and environmental technology.
This course will feature activities, demonstrations, and real world experiences in STEM fields, including environmental science, biology, chemistry, geology, physics, engineering, computer science, and mathematics. Students will gain an understanding of academic and career options and get a taste of what further study will look like in each STEM discipline.