Careers Build a Community Flash Cards is where students can learn more about the occupations. The characters can also be used as popsicle stick puppets.
The Community Helper Cut-outs in this publication are meant to be used with the Careers Build a Community Lesson Plans for use in the Community Day event.
Careers Build a Community Student Journal is where students can record if they like or don't like the occupation and answer some questions about the occupation and the community.
For teachers of 1st through 3rd grades, the Careers Build a Community Lesson Plan lays out a series of fun, hands-on activities that expose students to a variety of careers. The publication includes classroom activities, materials lists, independent learning center activities, journal prompts, and ideas for using all the Careers Build a Community resources.
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.
Take inventory of your "Soft Skills," the non-technical skills all workers must have to remain employable. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
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