Going to work full-time is an option that some high school students
will choose. If you plan to join the work force immediately upon
graduation, prepare yourself by taking vocational courses that will
give you the skills and knowledge employers are looking for. Your
counselor/BRACE advisor can assist.
and earn at the same time. Apprenticeship programs are a combination
of supervised on-the-job training at a worksite and related supplemental
classroom instruction. You will be paid while enrolled in the classroom
instruction! See your counselor or BRACE advisor for more information.
the contact information or apprenticeship application
Joining one of the branches of the armed services is
attractive to many students. They offer many training programs,
various educational and retirement benefits.
to an armed service recruiter.
the ASVAB. (This test is administered at your high school.)
different branches. >>>>>>>>
College, McFatter Technical College, and Sheridan Technical College
provide a wide variety of programs ranging from health science,
business and marketing, communications, and culinary arts to
industrial and technical education for students desiring technical
training after graduation. Many programs offer credit or acceleration
toward a two-year degree as well as upon completion of select technical programs students may earn industry certifications. Check with your counselor, BRACE advisor or
appointment for assessment and orientation.
appointment to interview with the technical counselor at the technical
community college system within the state of Florida offers a wide
programs for high school graduates.
programs offer quick alternatives for students desiring to enter
the work force with a minimum amount of technical training.
two-year Associate of Science degree program also offers in-depth
technical training for students in many different areas. Participation
in a Tech Prep program while in high school greatly increases
the chance for success in an A.S. program.
Associate of Arts degree program is the equivalent of the first
two years of a four year college program. The A.A. degree program
enables students to begin at a local community college and then
transfer to a four year institution.
and private colleges/universities offer a variety of majors for
those students desiring a four year bachelor's degree (B.A. and
B.S.). See your BRACE Advisor for entrance requirements and program