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CCC: Envision

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of CCC: Envision, students will be able to:

  • Describe their desired lifestyle in 10 years’ time
  • Associate educational attainment, employability, and earning potential
  • Identify an occupation of interest and its base details, including:
    1. Educational requirements
    2. Median and entry-level pay
    3. Job growth
    4. Tasks performed
  • Give examples of qualities required for an occupation of interest
  • Develop a budget for tracking earnings and expenses
  • Explain the concept of credit and its impact on their finances

Student Surveys

Please take the appropriate survey as directed by your CCC facilitator.

Pre-Survey
Post-Survey

Student Links

Lifestyle Reality Check: Click the link below to complete the Lifestyle Reality Check on pgs. 1 and 2 of your CCC: Envision workbook.

Lifestyle Reality Check

Career Roadmap:  Click the link below to complete the Career Roadmap on pg. 3 of your CCC: Envision workbook.

Career Roadmap

Student Activities

Credit Card Debt Explained: Click the link below to watch a video explaining the impact of credit card interest.

Credit Card Debt Explained

Student Resources

Visit these websites for more information and to continue researching post-secondary options.

College Scorecard

The College Scorecard is a great resource for choosing colleges, helping students to broaden their college search, and compare their top-choice schools. By using the College Scorecard to compare costs and outcomes with their future degrees, students are better equipped to make these critical life decisions.

College Scorecard

Delaware Career Resource Network

The Delaware Career Resource Network (DCRN) is located within the Office of Occupational and Labor Market Information (OOLMI) of the Delaware Department of Labor. Information from DCRN provides a crucial component of successful career decision-making and is published annually in the Delaware Career Compass and Delaware Wages and in Delaware: Occupation and Industry Projections.  To read the Delaware Career Compass online, click the “9th-12th Grade” tab, then, in “Our Resources,” click “Career Compass.”

Delaware Career Resource Network

Delaware Department of Labor                          

The State of Delaware offers students the opportunity to train as a “registered apprentice;” Registered Apprenticeship, in simple terms, is a program of “learning while earning.” Students work for their employer or sponsor and are paid while they learn their respective trade.  This website provides all the relevant information on how to become a registered apprentice in Delaware.

Delaware Department of Labor

Delaware Student Success

Delaware Student Success, created by the Delaware Higher Education Office, is a hub of information to help students prepare for success after high school. 

Delaware Student Success

Jump Start

Jump Start is a coalition of organizations committed to advancing financial literacy from pre-school through college-age youth.

Jump Start

Junior Achievement                                                       

Junior Achievement is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA’s programs include content on work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy.

 Junior Achievement

Military OneSource

Military OneSource is a U.S. Department of Defense program that provides resources and support to active-duty, National Guard, and Reserve service members and their families anywhere in the world, including resources on careers in the military.

Military OneSource

Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)

The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Stand By Me

Stand By Me® offers free one-on-one support to Delawareans who want to understand more about their money, make good financial decisions, and enjoy choices for savings and loans.  One of their programs, called the College Funding Project, provides information, resources, and support to help students navigate the financial road leading to post-secondary education.

Stand By Me

  • Take the first step toward peace of mind and financial control. Meet with a personal financial coach.

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