Musician Marc Anthony said,” If you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life.”
Connecting students' interests to their potential career paths early ensures active participation in their own academic success and opens their eyes to a world of career opportunities. There is evidence that Career Education improves students’ performance in high school and readiness for university. Students plan their high school courses more carefully, are more likely to enroll in more rigorous math classes, and generally have higher self-esteem.
We believe that students need career education to help them plan their education here at EAC and beyond. The first step in career exploration is for students to understand themselves and how their interests, aptitudes, strengths and values relate to different careers. The second step is to understand careers and the skills and activities associated with those careers. Finally, students need to make plans that will take them down the path to their future careers.
EAC is proud to launch a robust Career Program in 2017-2018. Click here
to learn more about it.