Ohio Means Jobs
website has broken down careers into Career Clusters. In this nine-unit
course, students will look at careers in the Agriculture and Environmental
- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (¼ CREDIT)
In this nine-unit
course, students will learn what it means to have a career in business. They
will also research four careers in the Business Cluster as well as search for
information regarding these careers on the Ohio Means Jobs website.
- CAREER PLANNING (½ CREDIT)
The process of
finding a job can be overwhelming and a little intimidating. This eighteen-unit
course will guide students step by step through the process, from applying, to
accept, and to keep their next job.
- MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (½ credit)
In this eighteen-unit course, students
learn the basics of medical terminology. They study the scientific
language that is used to describe the human body, medical conditions, and
hospital procedures. The course also stresses the importance of recognizing
root words, prefixes, and suffixes.
- OHIO MEANS JOBS (¼ CREDIT)
course is designed to give an introduction to the Ohio Means Jobs website. At
the completion of the course, the student will have a career plan and be ready
to search and to apply for jobs on this site.
course is designed to give an introduction to the oil and gas industry through
the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) website. Students
will explore the history of oil and gas in Ohio and will use the OOGEEP website
to watch videos and engage in interactive activities. At the
completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of the
workings of the oil and gas business, not only in Ohio but throughout the
nine-unit course, students will learn about and research careers in the law,
public safety, corrections, and security job cluster. They will also research
eight careers in the Public Safety cluster and search for information regarding
these careers on the Ohio Means Jobs website.
- STUDENT LEADERSHIP (½ CREDIT)
eighteen-unit course is designed to prepare students for leadership roles and
responsibilities. Students should also be able to apply leadership principles
and skills in their everyday lives. They will study theories and styles of
leadership along with goal setting, time management, and decision making.
- STEM AND CAREERS (¼ CREDIT)
nine-week course provides opportunities to learn about careers in the areas of
science, technology, engineering, and math. Students complete projects
and research activities while exploring STEM-related fields, such as forensic
science, electrical engineering, and environmental science.