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Iberville Parish School System

College & Career Readiness Plan

Presentation

Diploma + Plan

Diploma + (DE, IBC, AP or CLEP) = Successful Graduate

 

TOPS TECH Jumpstart Requirements        TOPS University Requirements

 

Iberville Parish School System Jumpstart Pathways

Health Sciences – Patient Care & Management Pathway

Certifications: CNA & EMR

 

Hospitality, Tourism, Culinary, and Retail Pathway

Certifications: ProStart, Customer Service, ServeSafe

(Please note that Customer Service & ServeSafe are not Basic Credentials for Accountability purposes) 

 

Information Technology Pathway

Certifications: Adobe, AutoCAD, Comptia A+

 

Manufacturing, Construction Crafts, and Logistics Pathway

Certifications: AWS Welding, NCCER Electrical, NCCER Pipefitting, AutoCAD

 

Micro-Enterprise Pathway (Pilot through BRAC)

Certifications: Business

 

Pre-Engineering (Pilot through LSU)

Certifications: Pre-Engineering certificate of completion through LSU

 

Career Courses

Jump Start regional teams in the Capital Region and Northwest Louisiana collaborated to develop a suite of New Generation Career Readiness course materials.

The Capital Region’s New Generation Career Readiness resources available here provide students in middle school and high school with multiple opportunities to develop workplace behaviors and communication skills - as well as a variety of other life skills - that lead to college and career success.  

The links below automatically provide access to the latest-version resources of these New Generation Career Readiness course materials.  

Here is the link to the Middle School Career Awareness for High School Credit course(new course code pending). These resources may replace (or supplement) old Journey to Careers course materials. This course highlights skills students need to successfully transition from middle school to high school. The course emphasizes soft skills, career exploration, graduation planning, personal financial literacy and self-assessment/personal goals for high school.

Here is the link to Career Awareness I: High School Success. This course highlights competencies needed to succeed in high school: high school acclimation, study skills, financial literacy, citizenship and personal responsibility, and more. This course also contains information on managing life crises, self-advocacy, and continuation of graduation planning.

Here is the link to Career Awareness II: College and Career Success. This course highlights skills students will need for college and career success. In addition to a continued emphasis on mastering soft skills, students will learn about career pathways in Louisiana and practice the career-ready academic skills in demand by regional employers. This course emphasizes graduation and college and career planning, and can include internship and job-shadowing opportunities. (Access to these resources will be available following the Capital Region's July 21st training session.)

 

Individual Graduation Plan

IGP – To Be Completed in 8th Grade and uploaded to JCampus

 

Career Ready 101

ACT Career Ready 101 is a comprehensive program that brings together courses from both ACT KeyTrain and the ACT Soft Skills Suite.

The program offers an integrated approach to exploring careers and their skill requirements and builds life-literacy through lessons about financial awareness, job searching, and more.

 

Dual Enrollment Offerings

 

Advanced Placement & CLEP Offerings

 

Senior Portfolio


The Senior Portfolio is a graduation requirement for the Iberville Parish School District.  It is designed to provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their college/career readiness and the skills necessary to move successfully from high school to continued education or the world of work.  The portfolio is kept at school and will be worked on periodically throughout the year during the senior English class.  However, Career Compass will also assist in helping seniors to build the portfolios.  Portions of this portfolio will be due each 9 weeks.  The final product will be submitted in the 4th 9 weeks prior to graduation for a grade, during which students will complete a Senior Exit Interview and present their portfolio.  A team of teachers and/or community members, which will be put together by each school, will conduct this interview. Portfolios will be returned to students following the interview so that they may use them as they continue on to post-secondary endeavors.