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Agriculture Pathway

Urban Agriculture - 90101 - Edison Tech Center
Explore emerging technologies and learn how urban agriculture, food science, and natural resources are revolutionizing how we design and manage local community-based food production. Plus, build a personal portfolio and resume showcasing your knowledge and employability skills in preparation for a local internship.

Plant Science & Horticulture - 90201 - Edison Tech Center
Develop skills to grow plants in a variety of settings, landscape design, and maintenance. Learn how urban agriculture and landscaping are driven by plant science, the environment, and resources of our local community.

90101 & 90201
Urban Agriculture
Plant Science & Horticulture

Urban Agriculture - 90101 - Online
Explore emerging technologies and learn how urban agriculture, food science, and natural resources are revolutionizing how we design and manage local community-based food production. Plus, build a personal portfolio and resume showcasing your knowledge and employability skills in preparation for a local internship.

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Urban Agriculture

Plant Science & Horticulture - 90201 - Online
Develop skills to grow plants in a variety of settings, landscape design, and maintenance. Learn how urban agriculture and landscaping are driven by plant science, the environment, and resources of our local community.

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Plant Science & Horticulture

Automotive Pathway

Power Sports and Equipment - 96702 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Apply your knowledge of small engines to the powersports industry. Learn to troubleshoot and repair minibikes to utility terrain vehicles (UTV)s and everything in between. This course will focus on engine, drivetrain, electrical, brake, and hydraulic systems along with general maintenance.

Small Engines - 96701 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Discover how engines work. Learn about mechanical components, performance and repair of 2- and 4-stroke engine through hands-on activites and classroom assignments. Learn about principles of engine operation and construction, carburetion, and the disassembly and reassembly of small gasoline engines.

96702 & 96701
Power Sports and Equipment
Small Engines

Basic Auto - 97101 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Learn basic car maintenance skills. Through hands-on activities and labs master correct procedures for servicing vehicles, shop safety, how to use service manuals and automotive tools, operation of shop equipment, and routine service repairs such as tire inspection, fluid conditions, fluid levels, changing and repairing tires, and maintaining automotive maintenance logs.

Advanced Auto - 97111 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Advanced car maintenance. This course builds on knowledge gained in Basic Auto Maintenance 1. Hands-on activities and labs will focus on advanced understanding of engine performance, brakes, auto electrical systems, steering, suspension, and alignment. Students complete the course by identifying and performing basic services on a vehicle.

97101 & 97111
Basic Auto
Advanced Auto

ASE Collision Repair 1 - 97404 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Take the first step to become ASE certified in Automotive Collision and Repair. In this course you will develop a variety of auto body repair skills including: panel repair and replacement, removal, replacement, and adjustment of interior and exterior panels, metal finishing and body fill, metal welding and cutting, plastic and adhesive-related repair procedures.

97404
ASE Collision Repair 1

ASE Collision Repair 2 - 97414 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Advanced collision car repair. This course builds on knowledge gained in ASE Collision Repair 1. Hands-on activities and labs will focus on advanced understanding of surface preparation, use of paint spray gun and related equipment, how to assess paint defects, how to mix, match and apply paint. Personal and environmental safety practices will be emphasized.

97414
ASE Collision Repair 2

Business Pathway

Data Science 1 - 91056 - Edison Tech Center
Explore careers in computer science and information technology through simulations and independent projects. In this course you will develop skills related to digital media, computer hardware, operating systems, communication networks, software development, databases, and new and emerging technologies.

Data Science 2 - 91646 - Edison Tech Center
Look for unseen patterns in existing data! In this advanced course continue your exploration of vast volumes of data using modern tools and techniques to find unseen patterns, derive meaningful information, and make business decisions.

91056 & 91646
Data Science 1
Data Science 2

Personal Finance - 93301 - Online
Learn how to manage your money. This course focuses on personal and family resource management. Learn how to create a realistic household budget, plan for unexpected financial events, evaluate financial and banking services, design an investment portfolio, and complete personal income tax forms. Great preparation for living on your own!

93301AO
Personal Finance

Introduction to Business - 93506 - Online
Take the first step in understanding what it takes to run a successful business. This class will explore business ownership, ethics, decision-making, and business from a local and global perspective through hands-on projects and business simulations.

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Introduction to Business

Introduction to Business - 93506 - Online
Take the first step in understanding what it takes to run a successful business. This class will explore business ownership, ethics, decision-making, and business from a local and global perspective through hands-on projects and business simulations.

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Introduction to Business

Entrepreneurship - 93511 - Edison Tech Center
Ever thought of running your own business? In this course you will learn how to research the potential success of your business idea, write a business plan, and keep accurate records. Topics include accounting, marketing, human resources, insurance, financial management, and banking. Special emphasis is placed on how to evaluate the costs and benefits of an entrepreneurial venture.

Principles of Marketing - 93711 - Edison Tech Center
Learn how to successfully advertise and market products to a customer. In this course you will learn the basic concepts of marketing, product development, pricing strategies, channels of distribution, promotion, and buyer behavior. Increase your social awareness as you analyze and define a market need, conduct research using various methods, and develop a market strategy that addresses product, price, place, and promotion.

93511 & 93711
Entrepreneurship
Principles of Marketing

IB Business and Management - 93739 - Edison Tech Center
Explore complex and dynamic global business practices! Use business management theories and case studies to explore business functions of human resource management, finance and accounts, marketing and operations management through the lens of culture, ethics, globalization, innovation and strategy. You do not need to be an IB student to take this course.

93739
IB Business and Management

Computer Science Pathway

IT Exploration - 91009 - Online
Explore careers in computer science and information technology through simulations and independent projects. In this course you will develop skills related to digital media, computer hardware, operating systems, communication networks, software development, databases, and new and emerging technologies.

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IT Exploration

Computer Science Essentials PLTW - 95607 - Transition Plus
Explore how innovations in computing impact and connect our world. In this introductory programming course you will create mobile apps, program self-driving cars, and create text-based applications using AppInventor, Vex Coding System, Python and Cloud9.

95607
Computer Science Essentials PLTW

Computer Science Essentials PLTW - 95607 - Online
Explore how innovations in computing impact and connect our world. In this introductory programming course you will create mobile apps, program self-driving cars, and create text-based applications using AppInventor, Vex Coding System, Python and Cloud9.

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Computer Science Essentials PLTW

Computer Science Principles PLTW - 95616 - North Tech Center
Expand your computer programing skills! In this course you will develop strong foundational skills used in game and app design, cybersecurity, and robotics. Skills include problem solving, logic programming, project management and the importance of computing ethics.

95616
Computer Science Principles PLTW

Computer Science A PLTW - 95626 - North Tech Center
Become an expert in JAVA and AndroidTM app development! Get familiar with the concepts and tools of computer science as you learn a subset of the Java programming language. Through small group and individual projects you will esign, write, and test computer programs that solve problems or accomplish tasks. Interested students may take the College Board Computer Science-A AP exam upon completion of the course.

95626
Computer Science A PLTW

Cybersecurity 1 - 95637 - North Tech Center
Learn about the world of cybersecurity! In this course you will take the first step to becoming a Certified Cybersecurity Technician and learn fundamental principles associated with current-day cybersecurity issues and how to recognize and reduce and prevent attacks against enterprise networks and mission-critical infrastructure. You will also learn how to set up and configure interfaces, security zones, authentication, and policies on a Next-Generations firewall; and concepts involved in maintaining a secure network computing environment.

Cybersecurity 2 - 95638 - North Tech Center
Become a Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Technician! In this course you will continue to build your knowledge of cybersecurity and learn how to collect high-fidelity intelligence, contextual data, and design automated prevention workflows that quickly identify and respond to fast-evolving threats. Students who successfully complete this course can become a Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Technician.

95637 & 95638
Cybersecurity 1
Cybersecurity 2

Cybersecurity 1 - 95637 - Online
Learn about the world of cybersecurity! In this course you will take the first step to becoming a Certified Cybersecurity Technician and learn fundamental principles associated with current-day cybersecurity issues and how to recognize and reduce and prevent attacks against enterprise networks and mission-critical infrastructure. You will also learn how to set up and configure interfaces, security zones, authentication, and policies on a Next-Generations firewall; and concepts involved in maintaining a secure network computing environment.

95637AO
Cybersecurity 1

Cybersecurity 2 - 95638 - Online
Become a Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Technician! In this course you will continue to build your knowledge of cybersecurity and learn how to collect high-fidelity intelligence, contextual data, and design automated prevention workflows that quickly identify and respond to fast-evolving threats. Students who successfully complete this course can become a Palo Alto Networks Certified Cybersecurity Technician.

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Cybersecurity 2

Construction & Welding Pathway

Construction Trades 1 - 96212 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Interested in a career in construction or learning valuable home maintenance skills? In this course you will develop basic carpentry, metals, electricity, and pipefitting skills along with safe usage of hand and power tools applicable to each skill set.

Construction Trades 2 - 96222 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Continue the development of your construction and skills ithrough individual and group projects in carpentry, electrical wiring, plumbing, wall framing, door and window installation, cement masonry and more.

96212 & 96222
Construction Trades 1
Construction Trades 2

Welding 1 - 96526 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Interested in becoming a welder? Learn how to use the art of welding in artistic and industrial settings. Develop basic skills related to safety, equipment set up, metal transfer, gas shielding and welding various types of metals. This class focuses on oxyacetylene and gas tungsten arc welding.

Welding 2 - 96536 - Roosevelt Tech Center
This course builds on the skills developed in Welding 1 and focuses on careers and skills needed in the construction industry. Develop skills in shelded metal arc welding and gas metal arc welding through simulators and hands-on projects, plus tour construction job sites and trade union apprenticeship training facilities.

96526 & 96536
Welding 1
Welding 2

Education Pathway

Introduction to Urban Education - 2041 - North Tech Center
New in Fall 2024 - Learn about the history of American schooling and educational philosophies historical survey of schooling and educational philosophies. Discuss current issues facing students, families, teachers, schools, districts and communities. In addition to class time, students will be required to actively participate in 30 hours of K-12 schools/community service learning.

Technology for Educators - 2051 - North Tech Center
New in Fall 2024 - Develop a curriculum philosophy that reflects your beliefs and values that includes instructional strategies, tools, and resources designed to foster increased student power, achievement, and equity in education for all students. Examine research-based instructional strategies to meet the varying needs of students from ethnically, ability, culturally, socioeconomically and linguistically diverse groups.

02041 & 02051
Introduction to Urban Education
Technology for Educators

Multicultural Education - 2061 - North Tech Center
New in Fall 2024 - As a future educator, develop technology skills to support student learning. Explore many different tools for planning, instruction, communication and record keeping. Engage in discussions on the "digital divide" as well as ethical and legal issues around technology and information sharing.

Introduction to Special Education - 2071 - North Tech Center
New in Fall 2024 - Explore special education: the history of the field, theoretical approaches, definitions, classifications, service delivery models, trends and issues. Examine the physical, social, cognitive, and behavioral challenges that affect children and youth with disabilities. Become familiar with the legal aspects and key legislation related to students with special needs.

02061 & 02071
Multicultural Education
Introduction to Special Education

Engineering Pathway

Introduction to Engineering Design - 95406 - North Tech Center
Do you like solving problems? In this course explore modern prototyping tools including 3D printers and scanners, laser engravers, and a variety of other lab tools to through individual and small group projects. Special attention is placed on 3D computer modeling to design, produce, and evaluate innovative products.

95406
Introduction to Engineering Design

Principles of Engineering PLTW - 95416 - North Tech Center
Discover mechanical engineering! Through hands-on projects advance your skills and understanding of engineering and engineering technology, with particular focus on systems and manufacturing processes that keep pace with today’s ever-changing technology. Students will take on the role of engineers and technicians as they apply their math, science, and technology skills to solve problems. Discussions cover the potential social and political benefits and consequences of technological change.

95416
Principles of Engineering PLTW

Digital Electronics PLTW - 95426 - North Tech Center
Smart circuits are present in virtually all aspects of our lives (i.e., computers, medical devices, and digital electronics)! Study and develop circuit design skills; application of electronic logic circuits and devices and use of Boolean logic while you advance your understanding of basic circuits and electricity concepts you learned in science class through teamwork, communication methods, engineering standards and technical documentation.

95426
Digital Electronics PLTW

Civil Engineering & Architecture PLTW - 95506 - North Tech Center
Ever wondered about what it took to design and build the city you live in? In this course you will take on the role of architect and civil engineer as you learn about residential and commercial buildings, site design and development, and standard engineering practices; develop skills in engineering calculations, technical representation, design documentation, and 3D architectural design.

95506
Civil Engineering & Architecture PLTW

Engineering Design & Development PLTW - 95906 - North Tech Center
Apply your engineering know-how and entrepreneurial skills in this capstone course. Design a patentable engineering product - initial concept through prototype and present your prototype to industry and manufacturing professionals. Prerequisite requirements: successful completion of other PLTW engineering courses and teacher recommendation.

95906
Engineering Design & Development PLTW

Healthcare Pathway

Medical Terminology - 98126 - North Tech Center
Become fluent in the language of health professionals! This course focuses on the recognition and understanding of medical terms and human anatomy. You will learn correct pronunciation and spelling of medical terminology, learn to interpret and use common medical abbreviations used in medical forms and records, as well as the ability to write, read and translate medical cases.

Emergency Medical Responder - 98146 - North Tech Center
Learn how to save lives! Develop emergency medical skills and knowledge to assist people who have been injured or are suffering from a sudden illness of medical problem. This course is the first step in becoming an American Red Cross Emergency Medical Responder.

98126 & 98146
Medical Terminology
Emergency Medical Responder

Medical Terminology - 98126 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Become fluent in the language of health professionals! This course focuses on the recognition and understanding of medical terms and human anatomy. You will learn correct pronunciation and spelling of medical terminology, learn to interpret and use common medical abbreviations used in medical forms and records, as well as the ability to write, read and translate medical cases.

Healthcare Core - 98616 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Interested in exploring healthcare careers? Through this entry-level course you will learn about the basic skills needed for working in any healthcare profession. Topics include: awareness and sensitivity to client/patient needs, behaviors for success in healthcare settings, required communications skills, ethics, legal issues in healthcare, respecting client and staff diversity, healthcare safety standards and procedures.

98126 & 98616
Medical Terminology
Healthcare Core

Medical Terminology - 98126 - Online
Become fluent in the language of health professionals! This course focuses on the recognition and understanding of medical terms and human anatomy. You will learn correct pronunciation and spelling of medical terminology, learn to interpret and use common medical abbreviations used in medical forms and records, as well as the ability to write, read and translate medical cases.

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Medical Terminology

Healthcare Core - 98616 - Online
Interested in exploring healthcare careers? Through this entry-level course you will learn about the basic skills needed for working in any healthcare profession. Topics include: awareness and sensitivity to client/patient needs, behaviors for success in healthcare settings, required communications skills, ethics, legal issues in healthcare, respecting client and staff diversity, healthcare safety standards and procedures.

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Healthcare Core

Anatomy and Physiology - 98636 - Roosevelt Tech Center
Explore the human body on a cellular and systems level! This course provides a critical foundation for any health care career. Learn to earn to identify structures within the body and the processes and functions related to these structures. Body systems covered include skeletal, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, nervous, integumentary, and gastrointestinal.

98636
Anatomy and Physiology

Law & Public Safety Pathway

Intro to Law & Civil Service - 91101 - Edison Tech Center
Get a behind the scenes look at the life of first responders in our community! In this course you will earn your Red Cross First Aid/CPR Certification and learn valuable life-saving skills and responsibilities needed when you arrive on the scene of an emergency. Discussions and activities will cover the principles behind community policing, how the justice system works, and a comprehensive review and understanding of how police, courts, and correctional departments are designed to work together to support individual stakeholders and communities.

Police & Community Relations - 91201 - Edison Tech Center
Serve and protect the Minneapolis community! In this course you will explore special concerns and historic interactions of law enforcement with racially and culturally diverse populations. Course discussions and activities will focus on contemporary law enforcement issues including crime prevention, police and community relations, ethical decision-making, cultural diversity, police professionalism, domestic abuse, bias-motivated crimes, and interpersonal communications.

91101 & 91201
Intro to Law & Civil Service
Police & Community Relations

Intro to Law & Civil Service - 91101 - Online
Get a behind the scenes look at the life of first responders in our community! In this course you will earn your Red Cross First Aid/CPR Certification and learn valuable life-saving skills and responsibilities needed when you arrive on the scene of an emergency. Discussions and activities will cover the principles behind community policing, how the justice system works, and a comprehensive review and understanding of how police, courts, and correctional departments are designed to work together to support individual stakeholders and communities.

91101AO
Intro to Law & Civil Service

Police & Community Relations - 91201 - Online
Serve and protect the Minneapolis community! In this course you will explore special concerns and historic interactions of law enforcement with racially and culturally diverse populations. Course discussions and activities will focus on contemporary law enforcement issues including crime prevention, police and community relations, ethical decision-making, cultural diversity, police professionalism, domestic abuse, bias-motivated crimes, and interpersonal communications.

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Police & Community Relations

Machine Technology Pathway

Machine Technology 1 - 96301 - South High School
Increase your knowledge and skills in the use of common hand tools, engine lathes, shapers, drill pressed, milling machines, and grinders. In this class students will have hands-on experiences in elementary mechanical fundamentals and principles used in precision manufacturing industries.

96301
Machine Technology 1

Machine Technology 2 - 96302 - South High School
This course builds upon skills developed in the Machine Technology 1 course with increased emphasis on precise workmanship. Students are expected to participate more actively in the planning stages of the work and to take a more significant role in shop organization and management.

96302
Machine Technology 2

Media Arts Pathway

Adobe Photoshop - 92406 - Online
Interested in commercial photography or graphic design? Build a portfolio of digital designs aligned with industry standards and express your creativity while you learn the common features and uses of Adobe Photoshop. Create original artwork, manipulate color images, retouch photographs and explore how you can apply these skills in a variety of media arts career opportunities.

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Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator - 92416 - Online
Explore the world of graphic design and learn the principal vector drawing software used in logos, branding, and multimedia. Use Adobe Illustrator to create your own artwork, learn color theory, drawing and composition, typography and quality file management skills.

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Adobe Illustrator

Creative Media 1 - 92509 - Online
Expand your social media skills! Develop announcing skills at a real ON-AIR radio station. Take on the role of a DJ, podcaster, interviewer, and sports play by play announcer in real world settings - classroom, community, corporate setting, and independently on social media. Develop digital audio editing, commercial copywriting and electronic news gathering skills by covering news events for simulated live broadcasts.

92509AO
Creative Media 1

Creative Media 2 - 92519 - Online
Become an influencer! Students Learn advanced skills as you produce your own podcasts, DJ, and create a unique on-air radio personality. Learn through hands-on experiences (simulated and live) applied to the Twin Cities radio and podcast industry. Work independently, in small groups and as part of a production team with your teacher, radio station employees as you solve the daily challenges involved in running your own broadcast and a radio station.

92519AO
Creative Media 2

Digital Photography 1 - 92606 - North Tech Center
Like to take pictures and focus in on the details of life? Explore how to take great pictures that tell a story. Explore camera features, principles of studio and natural lighting, image composition, on-location and studio shooting, in-camera image manipulation, and how to catalog and manage your images aligned to industry standards.

Advanced Photography & Editing - 92616 - North Tech Center
Expand your digital photography skills to include image editing and creative composition. Learn how to manipulate and prepare images for commercial print and digital use; including an introduction to video production, story concept, visual styles, lighting design, and 3D animation.

92606 & 92616
Digital Photography 1
Advanced Photography & Editing

Digital Video 1 - 92709 - North Tech Center
Interested in expressing yourself through film and video? Learn all phases of video production, including pre- and post-production, while you create digital video; feature length films, shorts, YouTube, animation and stop-motion videos. Plan, record, and edit videos using digital cameras and professional software - write copy, storyboard, create characters, add visual effects.

Digital Video 2 - 92719 - North Tech Center
Expand your video production skills and develop advanced technical knowledge of camera operation, audio recording, lighting systems, visual effects, graphics, and copyright laws. Experience firsthand how to write copy, storyboard, create characters, add visual effects.

92709 & 92719
Digital Video 1
Digital Video 2
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Creative Media 1 - 92509 - North Tech Center
Expand your social media skills! Develop announcing skills at a real ON-AIR radio station. Take on the role of a DJ, podcaster, interviewer, and sports play by play announcer in real world settings - classroom, community, corporate setting, and independently on social media. Develop digital audio editing, commercial copywriting and electronic news gathering skills by covering news events for simulated live broadcasts.

Creative Media 2 - 92519 - North Tech Center
Become an influencer! Students Learn advanced skills as you produce your own podcasts, DJ, and create a unique on-air radio personality. Learn through hands-on experiences (simulated and live) applied to the Twin Cities radio and podcast industry. Work independently, in small groups and as part of a production team with your teacher, radio station employees as you solve the daily challenges involved in running your own broadcast and a radio station.

9MA192509 & 92519
Creative Media 1
Creative Media 2

Robotics & Drone Technology Pathway

Robotics - 91639 - North Tech Center
Explore how robots solve real world problems. Learn about basic electronic control, mechanics, and elements of advanced programming logic. Develope problem solving, teamwork, and project management skills.

Drone Technology - 91640 - North Tech Center
Become a certified commercial drone operator! Immerse yourself in key Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) knowledge areas - aviation weather, crew resource management, airport operations. Student will also learn coding, photo/videography techniques, and customer relations in the context of commercial drone operations.

91639 & 91640
Robotics
Drone Technology

Work-based Learning

Investigating Careers - 99201 - In-Person @ Your School
Design your future and make plans for life after high school graduation! In this course you will create a personal portfolio aligned with your career aspirations—research current and future career trends; discuss on-the-job health/safety issues and employer-employee relations; identify personal, work, and lifestyle values; and create a professional resume. This course is a prerequisite for course 99205. For a self-paced portfolio version of this course, register for 99201P - Career Readiness Seminar CBA.

99201
Investigating Careers

Investigating Careers - 99201 - Online
Design your future and make plans for life after high school graduation! In this course you will create a personal portfolio aligned with your career aspirations—research current and future career trends; discuss on-the-job health/safety issues and employer-employee relations; identify personal, work, and lifestyle values; and create a professional resume. This course is a prerequisite for course 99205. For a self-paced portfolio version of this course, register for 99201P - Career Readiness Seminar CBA.

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Investigating Careers

Career Planning & Development - 99203 - In-Person @ Your School
Explore your career interests! This project-based course builds on prior knowledge and life experiences to guide you through the process to set career and college readiness goals aligned with your personal career aspirations. Modeled after independent-study courses, you will work with your instructor to create a project plan that outlines the tasks and research you will do to further develop your skills and knowledge in a specific career field. Students are strongly encouraged to align their projects with industry recognized certifications, resume-worthy skill sets, industry recognized curriculum/lessons or International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) requirements.

99203
Career Planning & Development

Career Planning & Development - 99203 - Online
Explore your career interests! This project-based course builds on prior knowledge and life experiences to guide you through the process to set career and college readiness goals aligned with your personal career aspirations. Modeled after independent-study courses, you will work with your instructor to create a project plan that outlines the tasks and research you will do to further develop your skills and knowledge in a specific career field. Students are strongly encouraged to align their projects with industry recognized certifications, resume-worthy skill sets, industry recognized curriculum/lessons or International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) requirements.

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Career Planning & Development

IBCP Personal & Professional Skills - 99204 - In-Person @ Your School
Are you an IBCP student? This course is required for all IBCP students and will provide mentoring and class time to to organize and complete the Reflective (career research) Project and work on their Language Portfolio. Develop skills in in organization, communication, collaboration, reflection, ethical decision making, cultural awareness, and information literacy in a workplace setting. (Only available at Henry, Roosevelt, and Southwest in 2023-2024.)

99204
IBCP Personal & Professional Skills

Career Work Experience - 99205 - In-Person @ Your School
Earn while you learn! Connect what you are learning in school through paid and unpaid work experiences out in the community. Build resume-worthy experiences and solidify your career interests. All work experiences will be monitored by an MPS work-based learning teacher and be aligned to Minnesota Department of Education requirements and prerequisites. You must be 16 years old to enroll in this course.

99205
Career Work Experience

Career Work Experience - 99205 - Online
Earn while you learn! Connect what you are learning in school through paid and unpaid work experiences out in the community. Build resume-worthy experiences and solidify your career interests. All work experiences will be monitored by an MPS work-based learning teacher and be aligned to Minnesota Department of Education requirements and prerequisites. You must be 16 years old to enroll in this course.

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Career Work Experience
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