Career Information

 

 

 

Career Cruising
The Regina counseling department uses Career Cruising with students grades 9 – 12.  Career Cruising is a guidance tool that tracks career development activities.  Through Career Cruising, students can plan and make better connections between what they are learning in school and their future.
Students take assessments, explore career interests, and identify colleges where they can pursue higher level education.  They use an electronic portfolio to track their work. 

 

The portfolio is part of the Educational Development Plan (EDP) developed for each student at Regina High School.  If you want to familiarize yourself with the Career Cruising website, go to www.careercruising.com
The username is “regina” and the password is “saddlelite”.  To check out your student’s customized portfolio, you will need her personal ID and password.  If your student has misplaced her password, please contact her counselor.

Career Links                                                                    

http://www.michigan.gov/wda

(Office of Career Development)
http://www.onetonline.org (O*Net Occupational Information Database)
http://www.bls.gov/oco (Occupational Outlook Handbook)
http://www.insidecareerinfo.com/ (Practical Career Testimonials from Professionals in the field)
http://www.kiplinger.com/slideshow/college/T012-S001-best-college-majors-for-your-career-2016-2017/index.html Kiplinger’s List to the Ten Best College Majors

Student Employment    
For information about youth employment laws, please click here Michigan Employment Laws. Please see Mrs. Pauken in the Counseling Center if you need a work permit. 

During the summer and school breaks, you can access a work permit form online.
If you are under age 16,  go to Work Permit under 16  and print this form on pink paper. 
If you are age 16 or 17, go to  Work Permit 16-17 and print this form on yellow paper.
 

Job Board for Students Seeking Part-time Employment

  • Regina High School often receives phone calls from employers with job opportunities.
  • Jobs are announced and posted on a bulletin board in the Guidance Office for interested students.
  • For safety reasons, students are asked to discuss job opportunities with parents/guardians BEFORE arranging interviews or beginning work for an employer.
  • Please inform Mrs. Pauken in the Guidance Office if you accept a posted job.