Career-Life Connections 12A
Career-Life Education 10 must be completed prior to enrolling in CLC 12A
This newly developed course meets the learning standards for the new BC Curriculum course called Career-Life Connections.
Career-Life Connections 12 A (CLC A) is a 2 credit course which provides students with the knowledge and tools to begin crafting their life today and for the years ahead. This course helps students to explore a range of life pathways, focus on their own health and wellness, and understand the importance of mentors and networking. There will also be a focus on transition planning and preparing for their Capstone project.
Note: Students will also be required to complete Career-Life Connections 11/12 B (CLC B). This is another 2 credit course which will focus on the Capstone project. Students will be required to complete CLC B (Capstone) at their neighbourhood school. Only full-time SIDES students will complete their capstone with us.
Both CLC A and CLC B are mandatory requirements for graduation.
CLC A is organized into the following three units:
- Unit 1: Personal Career-Life Development
- Unit 2: Connections with Community
- Unit 3: Transition Planning
This course is self-paced and students can begin throughout the year. It is ideal for students who wish to take responsibility for establishing their own timelines and require a flexible course that they can accommodate into their lives.
Students are expected to complete the course within a one-year period. We encourage students to complete a schedule for themselves using the built in scheduler at the beginning of the course. This will give students the big picture view of their commitment and progress towards completion.
Students are assessed on a variety of assignments in each unit. Assignments are submitted electronically through the course to ensure prompt feedback. Most assessments are rubric-based. There are no tests in this course.
- Unit 1: 30%
- Unit 2: 35%
- Unit 3: 35%
Basic Technical Requirements
Reliable high-speed Internet
Up-to-date computer and software
Student must have their own email address
This course has been based on the 2018 BC Curriculum document which can be found here.