Career Resources

Judy Allen, Career Advisor  |  (847) 718-4838

Office Hours 
Monday:  8:30am - 2:30pm
Tuesday:  8:30am - 2:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 2:30pm

College & Career Center, Room 162S



Recent Recorded Career Events:

"Information Technology Career Panel" - Recorded on Friday, May 15th
View the recording of the panel HERE.
Careers in Education Panel" - Recorded on Wednesday, May 6th
View the recording of the panel HERE. (Sorry for Gallery view!)


Career Exploration, Step 1: Identify Interests

What are Career Clusters?

Career Clusters are groups of occupations that have in common set of foundational knowledge and skills. There are 16 nationally recognized clusters that contain multiple Career Pathways. A Career Pathway represents a grouping of occupations within a cluster that share a base level of common knowledge and skill.

Why are Career Clusters important?

Career Clusters create clear educational pathways from secondary to post-secondary education to the workplace. They comprise a key element in enhancing economic development  by connecting schools with business and industry. Career Clusters help students design individual plans of study, and provide information and experiences so students can make informed educational choices.

16 Career Clusters


Step 2: Explore Careers


LEARN about yourself and careers that match your interests. SEARCH for careers and find out what they are really like.

See your career advisor for username and password.


The district hosts Career Nights throughout the year. Click here for more information and upcoming dates.