Pathway Showcase Day
Friday, October 5, 2018
Pathway Showcase is a day where you can come and meet the faculty members in your guided pathway! Learn more about career options and how to get where you want to go. Not sure of what degree you want? The Pathway Showcase can help you. Attend as many Showcases as you want plus choose an optional session to learn more about career resources or transferring. Click on the pathway you are interested in to find the registration link.
9 – 11 a.m. Pathway Showcase Sessions
Liberal Arts Session
Bert Walker Hall, Room 144/145
Careers in this pathway are related to the humanities and performing, visual, literary, and media arts. These include 3-D design and animation, art, broadcasting, communication, dance, digital photography, English (journalism, writing, and literature), film, graphic design, history, music, pre-law, and world languages.
Are you a creative thinker? Are you imaginative, innovative, and original? Do you like to communicate ideas? Do you like making crafts, drawing, playing a musical instrument, taking photos, or writing stories? This may be the career path for you!
Skilled Trades & Agriculture Session
Justin Whiting Hall, Room 174
Do you like to work with your hands? Do you enjoy figuring out how things work and fixing problems? There is high demand for all technical trades that involve specialized skills and creative thinking. This pathway includes careers in electrical technology, manufacturing, automotive service, energy systems, agriculture and aviation.
12 – 2 p.m. Pathway Showcase Sessions
Business & Computer Technology Session
Bert Walker Hall, Room 144/145
This pathway includes careers related to all aspects of business and computer technology, including accounting, finance, business administration, marketing, culinary arts, and information processing. These may include eCommerce, entrepreneurship, computer information systems, cyber security, human resources, office administration, sports management and marketing.
Science, Engineering & Math Session
James McDivitt Hall, Room 218/219
Are you interested in how things are built and how they work? Whether looking at people, animals, plants, machines, buildings, the earth or the universe, students in this pathway have an interest in understanding how the world works. And with our rapidly improving technologies, there are always new boundaries to push and new things to learn. As a result, technologies we can barely dream of today will be the reality 10 years from now, and STEM students will be on the leading edge of those changes.
2 – 4 p.m. Pathway Showcase Sessions
Health Sciences Session
Bert Walker Hall Room 144/145
To meet the ever-expanding demand for qualified health sciences professionals, this pathway offers a wide array of associate degree and certificate programs as well as concentrations and skill-sets. These programs combine classroom instruction, laboratory experience and clinical practice to assure that students obtain the most current and the highest level skills in their chosen health profession. Students interested in Health Sciences programs may obtain admission requirement information from their student success navigator.
Human Services Session
James McDivitt Hall, Room 218
Those interested in the fields of this pathway must keep in mind that this field is a very broad one. Through an interdisciplinary knowledge base, this career path is concerned with meeting human needs. The focus is on prevention as well as remediation of problems, with the main goal of improving the overall quality of life for others. Careers in this path are related to economic, political, and social systems. Individuals in the human service field might find themselves in a variety of careers, including psychology, counseling, social work, government, law and law enforcement, or education. Human services careers are perfect for people who are at their best when they are helping others.