... to the new web site for Georgia students and their career exploration process. This web site of resources and learning tools will continue to grow and offer more materials to school counselors and educators to share with students.
First things first
The process to record, store, and retrieve student data this year has changed.
- Where students had individual accounts in the past with GAcollege411, students will need to create or have access in the local school system or school to a folder to store their research and career inventory results electronically.
- Students will need to make sure at the conclusion of each activity or lesson they save their work accordingly.
- Educators will be able to access additional resources from the past on the following web page.
School counselors and educators will still be mandated to complete the following checklist for each student enrolled in their middle school, per BRIDGE law.
- 6th graders who take a career assessment or interest inventory and save the results in their portfolio
- 7th graders who take a career assessment or interest inventory and save the results in their portfolio
- 7th graders who explore at least three careers concentrations/clusters and save the career clusters/concentrations in their portfolios
- 8th graders who explore at least three occupations and save the occupational information in their portfolios prior to the transitional parent/student conference or student led conference
- 8th graders who complete an Individual Graduation Plan to utilize during the face-to-face transitional conference between middle and high school
- 8th graders made aware of “Move On When Ready” program (dual enrollment opportunities) by February 1