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Career-Based Intervention - Beavercreek

Career-Based Intervention - Beavercreek

student at work Career Based Intervention (CBI) is a one-year co-op work/study program for eligible Beavercreek seniors based on academic and/or other qualifying factors identified by the student’s counselor. CBI is designed to assist with on-time graduation while earning income and learning in class 21st century skills, foundation skills, workplace competencies, and transferable employability skills on the job.

CBI Curriculum: is aligned with ODE’s CBI Standards Pathway. Unit Topics include, but not limited to:  Self-Assessment; Exploring Careers; Finding a Job; Joining the Workforce; Professional Development; Life Skills; Lifelong Learning.

In-Depth Topics Explored: Decision Making and Setting Lifestyle Goals; Researching Careers; Entrepreneurship; Developing a Career Plan and Portfolio; Exploring Sources for Job Leads and Applying;  Resumes, Cover Letters; Interviewing; Starting  a New Job:  What to Expect the First Day and from  Employers; Workplace Ethics and Behavior; Attitudes for Success  and Acting Like a Professional; Safety, Wellness, and Legal Matters on the Job; Interpersonal Relationships at Work; Teamwork and Leadership; Professional Communication and Thinking Skills; Technology, Time, and Information Management on the Job; Economics; Managing Money: Budgeting, Banking and Credit, Saving and Investing; Understanding Insurance; Taxes and Social Security;  Managing a Career, Changing Jobs or Careers; Balancing Work and Personal Life: Setting Up a Household; and Work, Family and Community Responsibilities.
For more information and to see if CBIP can meet your goals and needs, contact your BHS counselor or CBI instructors, Ken Wolf 937-458-2591 and Beth Calhoun  937-458-2593 
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