ASVAB

 
Students may be contacted by a military recruiter even if they do not participate in the ASVAB CEP.
 
ASVAB Testing Dates:
FEBRUARY 11, 2020 (all 11th-grade students will be registered)
All other grade levels must sign up with Mrs. Lopez.
 
What is ASVAB?
 
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) is a comprehensive, no cost, no commitment career planning resource designed to help young people align their strengths
and interests with a post-secondary plan that works.
Students in grades 10-12 and first/second
year post-secondary are encouraged
to participate.
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) is a comprehensive, no cost, no commitment career planning resource designed to help young people align their strengths
and interests with a post-secondary plan that works.
Students in grades 10-12 and first/second
year post-secondary are encouraged
to participate.
 
Three key components:
 
  • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) - the most widely-used multiple aptitude test battery in the world measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success.
  • Find Your Interests (FYI) - a 90-item interest inventory designed to help students identify their work-related interests.
  • OCCU-Find – this career catalog contains data related to 100s of careers with activities to help students put a plan together.
 
Three key components:
    • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) - the most widely-used multiple aptitude test battery in the world measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success.
    • Find Your Interests (FYI) - a 90-item interest inventory designed to help students identify their work-related interests.
    • OCCU-Find – this career catalog contains data related to 100s of careers with activities to help students put a plan together.
 
Who does ASVAB Benefit?
 
Students:
    • Explore full-spectrum of career opportunities in the context of their skills and interests to find the best fit
    • Those interested in the military receive a usable score for enlistment
 
Parents:
    • Provides tools for exploring and planning after-high school options
    • Gives students confidence to navigate decision making process
 
Educators & Counselors:
    • Easily integrates into the high school curriculum
–Incorporates Career Clusters & meets American School Counselor Association National Standards
    • All program materials are available at no cost
 
Services:
      • Provides pre-qualified leads which saves time and money
      • Participating students can use their ASVAB CEP score to enlist
Students:
        • Explore full-spectrum of career opportunities in the context of their skills and interests to find the best fit
        • Those interested in the military receive a usable score for enlistment
 
Parents:
        • Provides tools for exploring and planning after-high school options
        • Gives students confidence to navigate decision making process
 
Educators & Counselors:
        • Easily integrates into the high school curriculum
–Incorporates Career Clusters & meets American School Counselor Association National Standards
        • All program materials are available at no cost
 
Services:
        • Provides pre-qualified leads which saves time and money
        • Participating students can use their ASVAB CEP score to enlist
 
ASVAB CEP empowers young people to know their options and choose the best course of action.
 
Comprehensive and completely free (sponsored by DOD and paid for by tax dollars).
 
Integrates easily into curriculum.
 
Meets many state requirements for career exploration and supplies tools to support state or school district career portfolio requirements
 
Students explore a full-spectrum of career opportunities in line with interests and skills, and develop an action plan to realize career goals.
 
ASVAB CEP empowers young people to know their options and choose the best course of action.
 
Comprehensive and completely free (sponsored by DOD and paid for by tax dollars).
 
Integrates easily into curriculum.
 
Meets many state requirements for career exploration and supplies tools to support state or school district career portfolio requirements
 
Students explore a full-spectrum of career opportunities in line with interests and skills, and develop an action plan to realize career goals.
 
ASVAB Score Release
 
ASVAB results are reported to students and counselors on the ASVAB Summary Results sheet.
 
Each school determines whether the scores are released to the services. Participants can ‘opt in’ or ‘opt out’ of the release option chosen by your school by completing the appropriate form found online.
 
However, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) (formerly, No Child Left Behind (NCLB)) requires the release of all school directory information to the military, regardless of ASVAB CEP participation.
 
Students may be contacted by a military recruiter even if they do not participate in the ASVAB CEP.
 
ASVAB results are reported to students and counselors on the ASVAB Summary Results sheet.
 
Each school determines whether the scores are released to the services. Participants can ‘opt in’ or ‘opt out’ of the release option chosen by your school by completing the appropriate form found online.
 
However, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) (formerly, No Child Left Behind (NCLB)) requires the release of all school directory information to the military, regardless of ASVAB CEP participation.
 
Students may be contacted by a military recruiter even if they do not participate in the ASVAB CEP.
 
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