Career Exploration

  • Each student is required to have an Individual Learning Plan to assist with college and career searches, financial aid, scholarships and resumes. 


     Kentucky Career Center

    This will be used in your CCR Class!


    Check out the new resource from KY on careers/education:

    Other ways to explore:


    Now Playing: Virtual Bus to Business!

     Bus to Business is a statewide initiative focused on connecting students with employers. The goal of Bus to Business is to show students what career pathways exist in their communities. During these days of non-traditional learning and working from home, the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center has partnered with the Kentucky Department of Education to provide students the ability to learn about different careers with Virtual Bus to Business.

    We have premiered four video interviews from leaders from across the state as they discuss their different industries and the pathways they took to lead them to where they are today. Available videos can be found on our YouTube channel and we have created two playlists: one for elementary school students, and one for middle and high school studentsDownload the student and teacher guide here.

     Videos now streaming include:

    • Ashli Watts, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
    • Nick Rowe, President of Kentucky American Water
    • Daniel Cameron, Attorney General of Kentucky
    • Suzanne Cecil White, Cecil Farms Produce
    • Adam Hinton, Hinton Mills
    • Nico Casper and Ashley Mandel, UPS

    Make sure you are subscribed and ready to tune in and learn about all of the great career opportunities in Kentucky! Stay tuned for more interviews!

    Elementary School Playlist

    Middle & High School Playlist

    Subscribe to our YouTube channel!


    Join us on December 1st at 10:00 am ET for a Workforce Wednesday discussion with the Kentucky Office of Career and Technical Education! Career and Technical Education (CTE) is an essential component of the high school curriculum. For many students, it represents as much as a third of their high school experience. It is a critical component in meeting the needs of students in academic achievement, career exploration, career preparation and leadership development.







    Join us on December 8th at 10:00 am ET for a Workforce Wednesday discussion with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System! The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is the only community college system in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Their 16 colleges and over 70 campuses are deeply rooted in the educational history and tradition of Kentucky. Register Here


     Join us on December 15th at 10:00 am ET for a Workforce Wednesday discussion with the Kentucky Kentucky Department of Education's Educators Rising Kentucky Program! Educators Rising Kentucky, formerly known as Future Educators of America (FEA), is the Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for middle and high school students interested in the field of education-related careers.  Register Here