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Few people know precisely what they want to do when they graduate from high school. The
choices are many: university, college, technical school, apprenticeship, the military, a job.
How can you figure out what you want to do?

You need to invest your time wisely, spending time in classes or positions that will lead you
to down a path that ends at the career you want. Good jobs don’t just happen: They come
about as the result of the choices you make, the lessons you learn, and the experiences you
have. The most valuable experiences in deciding what to do with your life include job shadowing,
internships, and summer jobs.

This is where we can help.


MiBrightFuture is an enhancement to Career Cruising that allows students to connect with
local businesses to network, ask questions, and initiate work based learning experiences.
Just log into your Career Cruising account and click the MiBrightFuture tab to start exploring
the many opportunities in your local area.

Career Summer Camps

Camp Infinity

Camp Infinity introduces girls to computer and internet technologies through hands-on activities. Campers are split into two groups according to the Fall 2017 grade level: 5th-6th grade and 7th-8th grade. Campers in grades 5th-6th will study video game design concepts and design their own web page. Campers in grades 7th-8th will do robotics and HTML web design. In addition, students will participate in mini- sessions that highlight programming skills and real-world uses of technology. Campers will also get an opportunity to meet with women who work in technological fields and explore career options in technology. <FULL>


Shop Rats

Explore Machining,Welding, Construction and Engineering as you work hands on to build unique and innovative projects.Take home projects at the end of the week! Presented in partnership between LESA & The Shop Rat Foundation

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Health Careers Camp: June 26-28, 2017

Health Careers Camp is a 3 day summer career intro camp for any students entering grades 7-9 who are interested in a future in Health Occupations, and are looking for exposure into the health/medical field. This camp will give insight and real life experience into multiple careers in the medical field. This camp will include job shadows and tours of medical facilities’ as well as hands on experience! 30 spots available.

How to register:

  1. Register with the Google Form link to reserve your spot. (Will be live after 4pm on 5/18)
  2. Fill out and mail in the Registration form below, along with a check/cash for $45 made out to Livingston Educational Service Agency to confirm your reservation.
  3. We will email you details of the camp (lunches, etc.) two weeks prior to start of camp.

Health Occ Camp registration form 2017

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