Life-changing career explorations require resources that are reflect real life. Help your students pursue their passions and uncover innovative career pathways in exciting industries with Discovery Education’s immersive career exploration resources for middle and high school students. Check out a wide variety of hands-on activities, digital interactives, virtual field trips, and additional resources that combine experiential learning and powerful real-world insights to help make student career investigations come to life!
SEE COMPUTATIONAL THINKING AT WORK
Help students understand that they can do what they love for a career, so that it never feels like work! By embracing the innerworkings of his favorite pastime growing up, Chris was able to take his video game experience and develop the computational thinking skills necessary to find his dream job! Explore the Ignite My Future career video vignette series to learn more about Chris’s road to becoming a Business Analyst.
FINDING THE INTERSECTION OF PASSION & PURPOSE
With all the obstacles they’ve had to overcome this year, students are learning that life has its many challenges to be completed, but with careful planning, it will all be worth it. TGR EDU: Explore features lessons that help students explore their passions, then visualize, organize and illustrate how those passions can lead to future career success. Prepare students for the demands of the modern workforce, which prioritizes transferrable skills and the ability to blend multiple disciplines to achieve results with the latest Professional Development module, “Interdisciplinary Learning: Making Connections”.
INNOVATION IS ALWAYS IN
Though the manufacturing industry is essential to our economy and offers a huge variety of rewarding and dependable careers, students might not feel a personal connection. Share with them that the primary areas they’ll be studying in the manufacturing industry are robotics, 3-D printing, and artificial intelligence! The Manufacture Your Future hands-on career guide acts as a virtual job fair for students to explore the exciting and challenging career pathways available in advanced manufacturing.
EXPLORE THE POWER OF STEM
Every educator knows the value of STEM skills in students’ lives, but students themselves sometimes need a real-world reminder of STEM’s staying power. The world is currently providing a VERY real reminder of the incredible ways STEM professionals are our heroes! The STEM Careers Coalition Solution Seekers career profile series introduces students to diverse STEM professionals who are pivoting their problem-solving skills in unique ways to help battle COVID-19 and Careers Portal provides first-hand insight into the impact of STEM careers across a variety of industries.
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
As cutting-edge science continues to reveal so much about the complexities of human health, students can see the real-world impact of health careers. You can take them directly to the crossroads of science and health with resources from Generation Health, connecting careers in the fields of oncology and respiratory health. In addition, the upcoming employee spotlight series will introduce students to real-world STEM professionals who are using scientific innovation to develop preventative measures and innovative solutions to key health concerns.
SUCCESS JUST BELOW THE SURFACE
Challenging students’ perceptions of careers and industries expands their vision of where they might find success in the future. The interactive career exploration tool and video career profiles featured in Dig into Mining give students a deeper understanding of how STEM and analytical skills combined with cutting-edge technology, solve real-world problems in today’s mining industry.
Your students can learn more of life’s little secrets on the road to success with lots more digital career resources from Discovery Education. Invigorate student explorations this school year with a wealth of engaging, read-to-use tools that can be adapted for different learning styles and skill levels.
These career exploration resources and more are also available in Discovery Education Experience for subscribers.