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Career Passport

Career Passport

The portfolio is based on assessments of the individual's occupational skills and achievements acquired in their career technical training.

Students earning a passport must have achieved a 95% attendance rate at Great Oaks and pass all required academic classes. Employers participating in the campus placement program can contribute significantly in validating specific competencies.  The Career Passport that the student receives upon graduation is the beginning of the documentation process for significant career achievements.  The passport is designed for the student to keep up-to-date records of their professional growth throughout their career.  Professional growth records will include future work experiences, educational activities, and other career achievements.

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