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Career Exploration Packet

jobquote2One of the biggest challenges for many students is determining what career fields might be of interest for their future.  Attached is a career information packet that students can use to begin the process of exploring potential job areas that may appeal to them.  Students are encouraged to spend time now in thoughtful consideration of which careers could be a good match for student interests and abilities. 

Career Related Websites

Below you will find a list of websites related to career search and exploration.jobquote2


MilitaryStudents graduating from high school can pursue a military option for their future. The military provides many programs that prepares people for civilian jobs. All branches of the military provide tuition assistance for college courses taken while on active duty under the Montgomery GI Bill. The process of selecting the military branch that is best for you is similar to the decision of what college is best for you. Areas to consider include length of enlistment, advanced pay grade, length and type of training, ability to select career paths of interest, and options for higher education. Additional information can be found on the website of each branch or by contacting their recruiter.


Air Force ROTC


Navy ROTC and Marine ROTC






Air Force

Coast Guard

National Guard


CareerAfter graduating from Worthington Kilbourne High School, every student will pursue careers of interest. The information found in this section will assist students in exploring careers and finding a path that will help guide you into the future.

The menu on the right has resources to help you gain additional insight in careers which may appeal to you.

Career Resource Handbook

DSC06395Every few years Worthington Kilbourne High School hosts a Career Fair. Representatives from a wide range of careers volunteer their time and knowledge to share insight with students.  As a component of this effort, all responses from career representatives have been compiled into a career resource handbook.  Each counselor has a career resource handbook in her office and there is also a handbook available for students to access in the front of the counseling and career center.