You will find three models to deliver My Career Plan in MCIS Junior. These frameworks will help you lead group guidance and classroom-based career development instruction.
Also available: MCIS Junior Worksheets
For 1st-3rd grade teachers, the CBaC Lesson Plan lays out a series of fun, hands-on activities that expose students to a variety of careers. Includes classroom activities, materials lists, independent learning center activities, journal prompts, and ideas for using all the CBaC resources.
Also available: CBaC Student Journal
CBaC Flash Cards
Career education should begin well before middle school. Montana Career Lab has the resources to help.
The Montana Career Guide walks users through the entire career planning process from exploring your interests to interviewing for a job. Includes a section on soft skills and job hunting tips for special populations.
The Site Administration tools provide you with the ability to customize MCIS for users, manage user needs, and run reports to discover how MCIS is best used.
Also available: MCIS Optional Components
Take inventory of your "Soft Skills," the non-technical skills all workers must have to remain employable. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
Our quarterly newsletter details everything that's new in MCIS. Plus upcoming events.
This Teacher's Guide includes supplemental classroom activities to reinforce lessons from the workbook. Also includes state educational standards crosswalk.
Advisor Accounts allow people to view MCIS client portfolios at different locations.