Career Pathway Tool
Students can use the following Career Pathway booklet to explore different components, extracurricular opportunities, majors and careers associated with each program.
District 214 has developed 44 career programs of study. Each program includes the following components:
A sequence of courses that lead beyond high school.
Workplace learning experiences that provide students with a real-world understanding of career areas; these are supported by industry partners through internships or problem-based learning experiences.
Opportunities to earn a career certification or early college credit.
Please contact your counselor or career advisor if you have questions regarding Career Pathway decision-making and planning.
Click on the D214 Career Pathways booklet (left) to explore different components, extracurricular opportunities, majors and careers associated with each program.