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					Category One: Credit Requirements


     This portfolio is designed to help you navigate through high school towards your post high
     school goals. With each decision you make, you open new paths to meet your goals.
     Remember to always start with the end in mind! Good luck on your journey.


     Required Materials:
         Transcript
         Progress Reports
         Attendance Reports
         Oregon State Assessment Test (OSAT) Summary Reports
         Credit Completion Worksheet or Honor Diploma Worksheet
         Attendance Graphs


     Resources:
         Graduation Requirement Sheet
         Individual Meeting Notes Example
         Glossary
Category Two: Personal Education Plan (PEP)


     This section is designed to help you identify the following:
            Personal and Career Interests
            Goals
            Course of Study that meets goals


     Required Materials:
         4 Year Course Plan
         Middle School PEP
         Forecasting Sheets
         To Do Calendar
         Activity List
         Personal and Career Interests and Goal Sheet with Reflections


     Suggested Materials: (See ASPIRE Room)
         Career Research and Surveys (CIS Skills, CIS Occupation Sort, CIS Interest Survey,
            CIS Independent Research, CAPS, COPS, COPES)
         ASVAB Test
         My Temperament Worksheet


     Resources:
         Course Descriptions
         Class Forecasting Flow Chart
         Testing Information Sheet
         CIS brochure
         CIS Walkthroughs (See ASPIRE Room)
Category Three: Collection of Evidence


      Keep examples of your work inm this section. Some examples are included in the lists below,
      but be creative and make this section personal. You may display your skills and
      accomplishments through samples of your work, photographs, drawings, videos, certificates,
      programs, and other techniques that reflect your abilities. Use your imagination to highlight
      your skills and accomplishments.


      Required Materials:
          Resume (updated yearly at a minimum)


      Suggested Materials:
          Academic Awards/Certificates                           Test Scores (SAT, ACT, SAT II,
          Attendance Awards/Certificates                            PSAT, ASVAB, College
          Honor Roll                                                Placement Tests)
          Newspaper Articles                                     Co-Curricular Activities
          Student of the Month                                   Community Service Projects
             Certificates                                         Volunteer Activities
          School Projects                                        Club Participation
          Employee of the Month                                  Church Activities
             Certificates                                         Athletic Awards/Recognition
                                                                  Hobbies
                                                                  Work Samples


      Resources: (See ASPIRE Room)
          Applying for Jobs Packet
          Community Service Log
          My Unique Qualities
          Brag Sheet (for parents)
          Search Profile Questionnaire
Category Four: Career-Related Learning Standards (CRLS)


     All students must demonstrate Career-Related Learning Standards. Use this section to
     document how you have completed each of the following:
            Personal Management-personal interaction and management of tasks
            Problem Solving-identify and solve problems
            Communication-clearly and accurately communicate
            Teamwork-work productively in a team
            Employment Foundations-knowledge of skills needed for the work place
            Career Development-goals for post-high school


     Required Materials:
         CRLS Worksheet


     Resources:
         Newport High School CRLS
Category Five: Career-Related Learning Experience (CRLE)


     This is your opportunity to look at your career goals and participate in one or more experiences.
     Successful completion of a CRLE should help you gain hands on, relevant knowledge in a
     career area. Some students may participate in a short Job Shadow and others an extensive
     internship. Remember that one of the purposes of this experience is to affirm or contradict
     your current assumptions and expectations of the career area.


     Required Materials:
         CRLE Evaluation and Reflection Sheet
         CRLE Planning Sheet


     Suggested Materials:
         Career Research in area of planned experience
         Copy of Thank You Letter


     Resources:
         CRLE Sheet
         CRLE Permission Form (If experience is during school time)
         Sample Career Questions (See ASPIRE Room)
         Sample Thank You Letter (See ASPIRE Room)
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations

      OTHER
      Your post high school plans may not fit under one of the other categories. Are you thinking of
      travel, study abroad programs, volunteering (Americorps), Job Corps, or others? Work with
      your advisor to personalize what is required and suggested for your plans.

      Travel:
          Passport
          How will you pay for travel
          Itinerary
          Information regarding travel destination
          What next? Can you prepare now for your return?

      Study Abroad Program:
          Application
          Passport
          Information regarding travel destination
          What next? Can you prepare now for your return? (Apply to college now and defer)

      Volunteering (Americorps): Not sure what to do? Americorps members receive training for
      assignments. Members usually receive a modest living allowance to pay for their living
      expenses and an education award that can be used for college or to repay student loans.
      Members can serve part time or full time, but the length is usually 10 months to a year.
          Application
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Living Situation?

      Job Corps: Job Corps is a vocational training program for youth ages 16 through 24. It is free
      to those that qualify. Like vocational school, Job Corps prepares you for specific careers.
      Participants receive room, board, training, transportation, and health insurance. This option is
      only for a small percentage of the population, see the ASPIRE Center for more information.
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Site Visit or Phone interview
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL


      Vocational training schools are privately owned and operated schools that offer a wide variety
      of training options, such as computer technology, cosmetology, mechanical repair, court
      reporting, paralegal services, office administration, and medical assistance. Vocational courses
      take from five to twelve months to as much as three years to complete. Examples include
      Western Culinary Institute, Pioneer Pacific College, and Phagan’s School of Cosmetology.


      Required Materials:
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Application
          Mock Interview


      Suggested Materials:
          Research high school recommended classes
          Site Visit
          Phone Interview
          CIS Occupation Research


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
          Mock Interview Sheet
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
MILITARY


      There are five branches of the Military: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and
      Navy. Military representatives visit campus often and you can set up a meeting with one of the
      recruiters in the ASPIRE Center. You must be a US Citizen to apply or an immigrant legally
      admitted with permanent residence.


      Required Materials:
          The Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery Test (ASVAB) is available each
             December at the high school or contact a military office for additional opportunities.


      Suggested Materials:
          CIS Website
          Research guidelines for recruitment


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
          Considering the Military Handout
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
APPRENTICESHIPS


      An Apprenticeship is occupational training that combines supervised on-the-job training
      experience with classroom instruction. Apprentices usually begin at half the salary of
      journeyman workers-those who have completed their training and have industry certification.
      Apprentices receive pay increases as they learn to perform more complex tasks. Typically,
      apprenticeship programs last two to five years depending on industry requirements. To enter
      an apprenticeship, you must be 18 years or older, have a high school diploma, and have passed
      beginning Algebra with a C or better. Examples of Oregon Apprenticeship opportunities
      include: Carpenter, Electrician, Plumber, Sheet Metal Worker, Construction, Painter, and Tree
      Trimmer.


      Required Materials:
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Application
          Mock Interview


      Suggested Materials:
          Research high school recommended classes
          FAFSA
          Scholarship Applications
          Technical Certification


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
WORK


      Whether you are planning to work full time, or in addition to school, you need to prepare for
      the world of work. Will you be supporting yourself entirely or will you have assistance? Talk
      with your Advisor about what you will need.


      Required Materials:
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Practice Job Application
          Practice Cover Letter
          Mock Interview


      Suggested Materials:
          Housing
          Finances
          Job Interview Practice
          CIS Research on Job Interest Area
          Online Class: Financial Literacy, Preparation for Responsible Adulthood


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


      Two year Colleges offer comprehensive programs that lead to an associates degree or a
      certificate in a specified field. For students who decide to continue their studies in a four year
      program, many courses will transfer to a four year college. Community Colleges also offer
      specialized job training in certain areas. They are affordable and allow students to enter the
      workforce immediately following graduation. Community Colleges are also a great place to
      master basic academic skills before pursuing college course work. Community Colleges
      generally have smaller class sizes and cost a fraction of the University Tuition.


      Required Materials:
          Two Letters of Recommendation
          Application
          ASSET Test
          Calendar of Deadlines
          Scholarship Application (at least one)


      Suggested Materials:
          Campus Visit
          Research and Compare Community Colleges
          PSAT, SAT, or ACT for experience
          Community Service Log


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
          Campus Visits handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Questions to ask during a campus visit handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Request for Recommendation
          Community College Questions
Category Six: Post High School Career Aspirations
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY


      Four Year Colleges and Universities offer bachelor degrees in a variety of fields of study.
      Most also offer graduate programs with opportunities to earn a master’s degree, doctorate, or
      professional degree. Admission requirements vary per school, but most require SAT or ACT
      scores, GPA requirements, and core course work.


      Required Materials:
          Three Letters of Recommendation
          Application and/or Common Application (commonapp.org)
          SAT or ACT
          SAT Subject Test (If required)
          Scholarship Application (at least one)


      Suggested Materials:
          Campus Visit
          PSAT Test
          CSS/Financial Aid Profile (for private schools only)
          CIS College Sort
          College and Scholarship Application Tracker
          Final Application Checklist
          Checklist for Submitting Applications and Essays
          Essay Brainstorm Worksheet
          Essay Revision Checklist


      Resources:
          ASPIRE Center
          Campus Visits handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Questions to ask during a campus visit handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Scholarship Check off list
          Request for Recommendation
 Western Undergraduate Exchange Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
 College Evaluation Chart
 In Only I had Known Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
 Information for College Athletes Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
 I Wish I’d Known for Athletes Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
 College-Bound Student Athlete Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
Scholarship Check off List


      Suggested Materials:
          College and Scholarship Application Tracker
          FastWeb Student Bulletin
          Personal Theme Brainstorm Worksheet




      Resources:
          ASPIRE Room
          Financial Aid Lingo Article (see ASPIRE Room)
          The FAFSA Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Understanding your Financial Aid Award Letter (see ASPIRE Room)
          What am I applying for when I file a FAFSA Handout (see ASPIRE Room)
          Loan Comparison Chart
          Scholarships List

				
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