Undecided

Undecided

Navigating Life and Learning After High School

Book - 2014
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For high school students all over the country, figuring out what to do after graduation is a major question. For many, the logical answer is continuing their education, whether in a training program, a community college, or a four-year university. But no matter what the path, the preparation can be overwhelming, and it's hard to know where to start. That's where Undecided comes in! This comprehensive handbook outlines the different options available to teens after high school and provides suggestions on how to follow each path efficiently and successfully. It covers everything from SAT preparation and personal statements to trade school pros and cons and advice on how to prepare for life in the military. Full of checklists, anecdotes, brainstorming activities, and journal exercises, Undecided leaves no stone unturned and no option unconsidered. So settle in, keep an open mind, and find the future that really works for you!
Publisher: San Francisco : Zest Books, [2014]
ISBN: 9781936976324
1936976323
Branch Call Number: HF5381 .M674 2014
Characteristics: 247 pages ; 19 cm

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Sarahjka
Mar 03, 2015

Starting with a quick look at examination of who you are and what you want in life, the book then offers information about gap years, volunteering, internships, vocational schools, and the military as well as the standard two-year and four-year schools. This book is meant to be an “explore your options” book not a complete guide for what to do next. This book was recommended to me by my Philosophy teacher last year, and im glad i gave it a try.
I like how this book is divided neatly into differently sections that flow into one another, giving readers a sampling of different paths to take. The first section is about exploring what you love to do. It provides some quizzes and different points to consider when thinking about what you want to do with your life. The next couple sections are about different potential paths to follow after graduating from HS, such as higher education (4-year vs. 2-year colleges, trade schools, and studying abroad) or going into some kind of service (like military, civil, and foreign service). There's also information about internships, going to work, and getting a life after HS. The author has clearly done her research on the various topics and gives detailed information under various subheadings that detail things you need to know when taking on a certain occupation. This is a fantastic book for HS students starting to think about what they want to do after graduating and who aren't sure about what they want out of life. I can also see this being useful for college students also thinking about the next step after school. Parents too can benefit from this book in helping their children decide what they want to do after graduation.

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