(Semester ½ Credit) (11, 12) Students will have the opportunity to explore the sixteen nationally recognized career clusters as well as their own personal interests and skill set to determine potential career pathways. Students will be exposed to workplace skills that are necessary to be successful after high school. Students may interact with professionals from a variety of career clusters to further examine career possibilities. The skills and information students are exposed to in this class will provide a foundation for students to participate in hands-on work based learning courses (work program and internship program). Workplace skills such as interpersonal relationships, communication skills, decision-making, critical thinking and self-management will be included as part of the course. This course is the prerequisite/co-requisite for work program or internship program.