Empowering at-risk students to reach their full potential
95% of CYC seniors successfully transferred to job, college, or military in the 2016-2017 school year.
Through a one-credit high school elective, CYC career specialists keep at-risk students, including foster care youth, in school and on the path to employment, college enrollment or enlistment in the military. Students are taught 37 critical core competencies including:
- Constructing a resume and completing a job interview
- Demonstrating time management
- Communicating verbally and in writing
- Developing team leadership
- Identifying career interests and abilities
- Exhibiting personal accountability
Aiken-New Tech, Oyler School, North College Hill High School, R.A. Taft Information Technology, Western Hills High School University, Winton Woods High School, Withrow University, and Woodward Career Technical
Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates High School to Career Program
This one-credit elective course for 10th through 12th graders uses experiential-based curriculum that combines classroom work with student enrichment activities. Students are supported one year post high school completion to ensure a successful transition to job, military, training or college.