SELF-DISCOVERY/CAREER EXPLORATION PROJECT (SDCE)
Before joining SDCE, I was your average high school student, trying to find my place in the world. Since then, I have learned valuable tools that have helped shape me into the young man I desire become.
Who Am I? Where Am I Going? How Will I Get There?
With a rich 40-year history, the Self-Discovery/Career Exploration Project
/CE) offers a program experience that continues to equip high school students in 10th through 12th grades with timeless principles, knowledge, and life skills needed to achieve academic and career success. The program curriculum is designed to challenge participants to look introspectively and provides greater insight into personal, educational and career goals. Since inception, over 10, 000 participants have participated in the program. Learn more about CLD Alumni.
Students continue to be faced with a myriad of images that adversely affect their ability to clearly understand their destiny and create a plan to execute their goals of achievement. The Self-Discovery/Career Exploration Project encourages and compels participants to make a very critical self-evaluation in the following areas:
- Communication and Success
- Effective Presentation Skills
- Working Together
- Assertiveness Training
- Exploring Business
- Setting College Goals
- Examining Cause and Effect
- Effective Study Skills
- Dressing for Success
- Overcoming Barriers
- Effective Interviewing
- Setting Career Goals
Join our CLD Alumni and let us help you achieve your educational and career goals! Sign up today!
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September 11 – December 9
Eligible Participants: Students in grades 10-12
Mandatory Orientation: Thursday, August 30, 2017
Orientation Location: IUPUI- Campus Center-450
420 University Blvd
Check-in at 5:30PM
Monday – Thursday, 6:00pm-8:30pm OR Saturday, 10:00 AM-12:30 PM or 1:00 PM-3:30 PM
Students attend ONE day each week.
Program Fee: $25
For more information contact Program Coordinator, Yalonda Brown at (317) 923-8111 ext 302.