• Career Majors & Career Clusters 


    The current employment outlook for the United States indicates that most jobs will require post secondary education and training beyond high school. Whether a student is preparing to attend a four-year university, a two-year college or the work force, the exploration of possible careers and college majors is vital. Though many students may continue to change their minds about their career or college major selections, it is valuable for students to explore multiple areas while still in high school to assist in decisions about where their skills and passions exist.

    The development of career pathways around the 16 career clusters will facilitate career and college major conversations. The 16 career clusters include:

    • Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

    • Architecture and Construction

    • Health Science

    • Hospitality and Tourism

    • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

    • Manufacturing

    • Education and Training

    • Human Services

    • Government and Public Administration

    • Interactive and Information Technology

    • Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

    • Arts, Audio Visual Technology and Communication

    • Business Management and Communication

    • Finance

    • Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security

    • Marketing

    ***D211 Career Cluster website here