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Education is linked to occupations by using the following sources:
Better understand who they are
Explore their interests
Discover their talents
Learn about high demand jobs in careers that interest them
Identify areas of study that interest students and the schools that offer them
Make the connection
between school, learning and their future in the work world
Get a reality check. Find out which occupations will support their desired lifestyle
Understand employment skills
Investigate education and career options so they can create a career plan that is right for them
Explore training and education opportunities, find options to finance their future education
Develop a plan
Help prepare your students or clients through life’s next steps.
CIS junior can help teachers introduce academic planning and career exploration to elementary and middle school students. Utilize Reality Check so students can start understanding the association between educational attainment and standard of living. Use course planner to create personalized 4-year learning plans for postsecondary readiness. Use the curriculum plans housed within CIS that are developmentally appropriate career and life-planning activities and lesson plans.
The modules and tools housed within CIS are designed to create meaningful associations between education and occupations.
CIS provides a full range of options to define goals and develop plans for life after high school. Understanding that education is a lifelong process, Idaho CIS provides information on short-term training programs, post baccalaureate certifications and degrees. CIS directly links the end user to the transfer equivalency guides at each of the state’s colleges and universities and clearly identifies equivalent majors that can be attained at each school.
Check and see if your school has a subscription to CIS. Talk with your password manager to get set up with a username and password.
Idaho Department of Labor offers a free version of CIS.
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Paying for School
Check and see if your school has a subscription to CIS. Talk with your Password Manager to get set up with a username and password.
Use CIS guest to explore the tools and information available to you.
CIS Junior is ideal for elementary and middle school students.
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