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    Post Secondary Planning

     

    The school counselors and coordinator of post secondary planning are available to meet with each student at Middlebury UHS as they contemplate life after high school.  Working together,  we will help students identify what their upcoming path might include, be it:

     

    • College or University study

    • Seeking employment

    • Entering the military

    • Participating in a gap year program

     

    College or University Study

     

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    To search for colleges and universities, link to your Naviance account.  

    (If you need log-in information, see your school counselor)

     

    MUHS College Information Night 2021.  View recorded Zoom meeting at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c1zFkeD0l8Ah_k8HrAFjocV6YyjWQ9tp/view.

     

    Seeking Employment

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    The link below includes information on job descriptions, skills needed, and salary updates:

    www.vtlmi.info/oic.cfm

     

    The MUHS Community Service and Work-Based Learning Coordinator is also a resource.

     

    Vermont Job Link:

    www.vermontjoblink.com/ada/r/

     

    Vermont Apprenticeship program

    http://labor.vermont.gov/workforce-development/apprenticeship/

    For drop in visits:

    Vermont Department of Labor Career Resource Center, Middlebury Office

    1590 Route 7 South, Suite 5

    Middlebury, VT 05753

    Phone: 802-388-4921

     

    Middlebury students who seek information on the Apprenticeship program should call
    Becky Dansereau, Apprenticeship Field Representative
    Vermont Department of Labor
    Rutland, VT 802-786-8841

     

    Advancing Addison County:

    The School Counseling team participated with local schools and non profit organizations in our area to host a special event in late March, Advancing Addison County. The program featured information on apprenticeships, trade schools, and certifications that allow students to find meaningful career opportunities after they complete high school.   Click here to view the video.

     

    Military

    ASVAB test offered here yearly in December. 

    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is the most widely used multiple-aptitude test battery in the world. As an aptitude test, the ASVAB measures your strengths, weaknesses, and potential for future success. The ASVAB also provides you with career information for various civilian and military occupations and is an indicator for success in future endeavors whether you choose to go to college, vocational school, or a military career.

     

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    If you are considering serving in the military, the specific pages for each branch of the Armed Services will provide you with helpful information.

    Once on the  military/armed services page -

    Here is an overview of each branch of the military and each year several of our graduates go on to enlist in the armed services,

     

    www.military.com/join-armed-forces/us-military-overview.html

    Individual Links:

    Air Force: www.airforce.com/

    Army: www.army.mil/

    Coast Guard: /www.gocoastguard.com/

    Marines:www.marines.mil/

    Navy: //www.navy.com/

     

    Gap Year

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    A gap year is a year between high school and college study.

    We encourage students to go through the process of applying to college at the same time they are contemplating the possibility of pursuing a gap year program.  A gap year is an opportunity for students to explore, travel, and spend time challenging themselves  

    www.americangap.org/

    www.gapyear.com

    www.usagapyearfairs.org/

    https://www.workaway.info/