The Center for Career Discovery engages with more than 1,000 industry partners to support student work-based learning and career exploration opportunities. Annually, the Center supports 2,500+ work-based learning experiences. These include apprenticeships, internships, micro-internships and supported worksites, all of which help advise and affirm career choices for students before they graduate. District 214 is helping students make connections and gain invaluable job skills while also addressing the employment needs of local businesses and industries.
The Center for Career Discovery also provides career-related activities such as Career Nights and Career Treks, site visits, industry speakers in the classroom and career exploration presentations to support students’ skill development, decision-making and post-secondary goal setting.
For more information about the Center for Career Discovery and the opportunities it provides, students should contact either their counselor or their building Student Success Coach.
Director of Academic Programs and Pathways
Administrative Assistant to the Director of Academic Programs and Pathways
Career Discovery Supervisor
Student Success Coach