Welcome to the Career Counseling Academy
How does Schoology work?
CTC Visit Information*
Career Advising in Ohio (Week 1)
Career Academy Course Survey
Ohio's Career Advising Policy
How Do I Fit In?
Student Success Plan
Career Advising Policy Discussion
Getting Real: Helping Teens Find Their Future
(Reading the book and participating in discussion forums)
Weeks Two - Four: (Re)Defining the Goal
* Required: In-person visit to see career-tech programs in action! This could be programs offered through a career center, comprehensive high school or compact delivery method of providing a career-tech education.
Career Counseling (Weeks 5 & 6)
Ohio Means Jobs K-12 Introduction
Ohio Means Jobs K-12
College Credit Plus
Ohio's Graduation Requirements
Business Connections (Week 7)
Career Connections: Business Connections
School-Business Partnerships That Work
Business Connection Opportunities
Wrapping it Up (Week 8)
Final Course Project
Post Course Survey
Megan Reed is in her 19th year as an educator, and she is currently a Career Specialist in Butler Tech’s Workforce Services Department. Being a Career Specialist has allowed her to explore career myths and truths of helping students find success in the current labor market. She has found the information enlightening and looks for opportunities to share this information with others, especially educators.
Her other roles in education have included being a Family & Consumer Sciences Instructor to middle school and high school students, Online Course Creator/Instructor, Curriculum Specialist, and currently a Career Specialist in Butler Tech’s Workforce Services Department.
Megan is interested in helping others to learn about career advising and identifying opportunities to help students obtain career maturity. Megan was educated at Miami University, Ohio (Bachelor’s degree) and Nova Southeastern University (Master’s degree). Outside of work Megan has strong commitments to her family (husband and three kids), her God, her health…and desserts!