DHS Counseling & Career Resource Center Events & Announcements
Career InformationCareer Cruising
Senior TimelineJunior TimelineSophomore TimelineFreshmen TimelineGrading InformationGraduation RequirementsTesting InformationCourse SelectionLCCTCSCHOOL PROFILECHALLENGE COURSESDual Enrollment
College Information/PlanningPost-Secondary Planning LinksTranscript RequestsScholarshipsFinancial AidSAT PREP-KHAN ACADEMYACT PREP COURES
Summer OpportunitiesVolunteer OpportunitiesEducational OpportunitiesJob Shadow Opportunities
This is the "Sophomore Timeline" page of the "DHS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT " guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

DHS COUNSELING DEPARTMENT   Tags: career, college, counseling, donegal, guidance, scholarships  

Last Updated: Jun 1, 2017 URL: http://donegal.v1.libguides.com/dhsguid Print Guide RSS Updates

Sophomore Timeline Print Page

Sophomore Timeline

What should you be doing right now to prepare for your future?
  • Meet with your counselor to discuss future plans
  • Sign up to take the PSAT in October. You can register in the Guidance Office during the first few weeks of school
  • Make sure you are scheduling challenging courses that will help you prepare for your post-secondary plans
  • Get involved with extracurricular and volunteer activities
  • Start to explore colleges/vocational/technical schools or the military
  • Attend college/job fairs to gain more exposure to various schools and careers
  • Explore your options by visiting career and college resources online. Visit the "Links" section of the DHS Guidance website for some great online resources!
  • Explore summer opportunities. Get a job or volunteer!
A few extra tips:

1.        Your future is important and requires a plan!

2.        Set personal expectations & goals!

3.        Develop steps to achieve those goals!

4.        Identify your strengths & weaknesses!

5.        Evaluate your values, interests, skills, and abilities!

6.        Gather as much information as possible on careers
and colleges (see your counselor if you need help with this!)

7.        Do not hesitate to ask for some guidance

8.        Always ask questions


Loading  Loading...