Earn a Practical Language Arts Credit Based on Career Exploration
- Teens need to have SOME idea of what they want to do with their adulthood
- If they are headed for college, they need to develop a transcript that builds toward their major
- If they are NOT headed for college, they need to decide what kind of training or apprenticeships to invest in
- Teens who have no idea what they want to do often experience anxiety
Here’s one solution: Make Language Arts the base for Career Exploration!
Here is a way to build a Career Exploration credit into Language Arts.
Be sure to log hours on shadowing and volunteer work and count it toward your teens’ Career Exploration credit.
Your homeschool high schoolers can record a Career Exploration elective credit when they have:
- logged 120-180 hours (the number varies by state) or
- read 8 books and logged 60-90 hours
- read 8 books, logged 30-45 hours AND completed Career Exploration Bundle