Welcome to the Career Center.

What is a Career Development Coordinator and what do they do?

  • The Career Development Coordinator (CDC) works collaboratively with administrators, students services personnel, teachers, parents, business/industry, post-secondary institutions, military, community organizations, and other stakeholders to ensure the delivery of career development services for students. 

    Whether in one-on-one counseling with a student needing help with creating a resume and sharpening interview skills or putting together a career fair, the CDC works both publically and behind the scenes to help students secure a bright future after high school in the endeavor of their choice.... employment, enlistment or further education or training. 

    So what EXACTLY does a CDC do? The following is only a small, small list, but know that if it involves helping with the future of a child, that future may begin with a CDC! 

    - Administer self-assessments to help define interest, determine skill sets and set a career goal

    - Resume and cover letter creation

    -Help develop 4-year plans

    -Career Fair

    - Job/College Interview coaching

    -Student Internships

    -Apprenticeships

    -Job Shadowing

    -CTE field trips

    -Guest speakers/industry reps

    -Supports Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO)

    -Provides staff development to teachers