Stats & Figures
“I have kids continuously coming in and out of my classroom asking me different questions about careers and about jobs and about what we might be able to do for them…”Jesse Cook, Teacher at Sciotoville Community Schools
Assessments This Quarter
Students take the Future Plans Career assessment which identifies their strengths, interests, personality, and work values, and then explore careers that are a fit for them. Each student meets one-on-one with a career coach to discuss their results and potential career paths with the end goal of developing a career plan. Below is a snapshot of schools that completed this process and the number of students who received career guidance for the 2022-23 school year.
|Lawrence||Chesapeake Union Exempted Village||229|
|Symmes Valley Local||61|
|New Boston Local (Glenwood HS)||31|
|Portsmouth STEM Academy||33|
Feb 22 Event – A Day of Learning
Thanks to everyone who joined us in Chillicothe on February 22nd for our Day of Learning! We had a terrific response and turnout for this event. It is great to get together to share stories and learn about the great work that is going on through many organizations and partnerships!
See the Day of Learning recap page
- Gallia Ohio Means Jobs and GRIT are in the planning stages to host a workshop soon to prepare adults to work as Virtual Assistants. For more information on this workshop, please contact JulieD@futureplans.org
- Portsmouth Academy has kicked off GRIT career assessments with their entire group of 9-12th grade students.
- Scioto County Ohio Means Jobs and GRIT will be hosting a workshop on April 5, 2023 to prepare adults to work as Remote Administrative Assistants. The event will be held at SCOESC Business Center in New Boston. For more information, you can contact Julied@futureplans.org.
- South Point High School has committed to career assessing their students in March.
- Fairland High School will be establishing dates for career assessments in March.
- Chesapeake High School has completed assessments of students in grades 9-12 and are presently involved with career coaching these students. Our next steps will be to partner for opportunities for students to be placed into paid internships to gain valuable skills and job experiences.
Student OpportunitiesIt’s not too late to get your students assessed and to collaborate with GRIT to place your students into paid internships! Additionally, there are summer programs available, some that will earn college credit – all at no cost to the school or to the student!
February 2023 Update – Adams, Brown, Clermont, and Highland Counties
February 2023 Update – Jackson, Pike, Ross, and Vinton