Career Development Class with CCAC
For eight weeks each semester, Options partners with Community College of Allegheny County to give students the opportunity to earn college credit and prepare for the workforce. Using The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens, students learn the importance of the habits that can help them be successful in the global marketplace. In addition to classroom instruction, students have the opportunity to interview professionals in careers that interest them.
SAT Prep is a program designed to help students improve their chances of experiencing success on the SAT by providing instruction in math and critical reading on practice tests. Students use diagnostic tools on Khan Academy and work with tutors to gain a thorough understanding of what to expect, and learn skills to tackle test questions.
If you are a high school junior or senior and have participated in UIF programs in the past, you are eligible to be enrolled in the Options program! Students are paired with UIF staff and volunteer mentors to help navigate the post-high school planning and preparations processes and identify an Options track – college, trade school, job, military, or ministry.
Beginner paid job opportunities for Freshman-Senior students at Urban Impact. Applications are accepted in September and January. 10 hours per week.
The Options program is focused on helping Urban Impact students transition through and from high school. Open to juniors and seniors, the Options program seeks to ensure that students launch successfully into one of five postsecondary tracks, providing mentorship and assistance throughout the process.
Programs are open and available for registration for children of all ages. Fill out the application found at the link below to register for one of Urban Impact’s many programs.
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