Hoosier Hills Career Center offers programs in career development for high school students as part of their high school curricula.
Career Center programs reflect employment needs with the service area, and program content is updated through the use of Advisory Committees, whose membership includes people working in the various occupational fields.
Hoosier Hills Career Center serves students from The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship, Bloomington North, Bloomington South, Eastern Greene, Edgewood, Martinsville, and Owen Valley high schools. Most Career Center classes are only open to junior and senior students, however a growing number of our programs are being developed for freshmen and sophomore students at North and South high schools. Contact the Career Center or your home school counselor to learn more about the course you are interested in taking.
Taking Career Center courses can consume many of your elective credits, but with careful planning starting in the eighth grade you can complete the Core 40 requirements and attend the classes offered at the Career Center.
The Technical Honors Diploma was designed to reward students that excel in their academic and career focused studies. The requirements of this diploma are listed below.
Can I graduate with both Academic and Technical honors?
The Career Center offers classes in the morning from 8:00 until 10:45 and afternoon classes from 12:00-2:55. Some of our courses are available in shorter blocks of time and are designed to meet your scheduling needs. To learn if the class you are interested in has alternative scheduling options contact the Career Center office at (812) 330-7730.
Transportation is provided to and from our campus. If your school is not in session, you are not required to attend your Career Center class.
Absolutely!!! In fact, the Career Center offers dual credit with Ivy Tech Community College for many of our programs. These credits will save you both time and money, two very valuable resources that you will appreciate after graduation. The Career Center also awards a number of scholarships annually to our seniors to assist them with the costs of their post secondary education. Some students are also able to get better paying jobs after high school as a result of their Career Center training. So if you need to work while attending classes you will be better prepared to pay your bills and take out fewer loans.