Create Career-minded individuals
“The U.S. system would be greatly strengthened if the pathways to all major occupations were clearly delineated from the beginning of high school so that young people and their families could clearly see the patterns of course-taking and other experiences that would best position them to gain access to that field. "
“Increasingly, U.S. employers complain that today’s young adults are not equipped with the skills they need to succeed in the 21st century workforce. Far too many young people are inadequately prepared to be successful. . . more than half were ‘deficient’ in such skills as oral and written communication, critical thinking and professionalism.”
From Harvard's Graduate School of Education Report, Pathways to Prosperity
The pace at which business activities are changing requires that we accelerate the learning of the skills, attitudes, and abilities needed for success in today's workplace. Application of skills in reading, writing, mathematics, critical thinking, inquiry-based, problem-solving, communication, and collaboration is found throughout the pathway.
AFHS's Entrepreneurship Pathway