At FCSC, we provide avenues for students to learn about and identify ways to access a variety of careers.
Our credentialed and certified school counselor helps students develop career awareness, explore careers, and move into career preparation and planning in high school.
Career readiness counseling connects the experiences students have in school to their future, which enhances academic motivation and provides meaning to and purpose for the work they do in their academic program.
Career counseling is needed to inspire young adolescents to make preliminary career decisions, to prepare them for higher learning, and to equip them for future career pathways all of which help improve their readiness for academic and career success.
This is why Kathy developed Career Day!
There's nothing like hearing it straight from the professional's mouth!
If you are experiencing a crisis or mental health emergency call 9-1-1 or utilize the crisis response numbers below. DO NOT email or text FCSC personnel for urgent or emergency situations.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Call 800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line – Text NAMI to 741-741
While several studies have found a correlation between social media and internet use and suicide, determining a causal relationship between the two is difficult. Many factors contribute to an individual’s decision to end their life. However, researchers have determined that social media can increase the suicide risk in several ways while also potentially contributing to suicide prevention.