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Career Center 9.27.2021

Career Center Tips & Timelines 27 September 2021

Greetings Hornets,

17 September 2021, a newsletter was sent from the Career Center with a list of steps to assist students 8 - 12 grade to plan for Beyond High School.

Here is a question I hear a lot from students, "What should I be doing?".

  • Explore careers you are interested in.
  • Find out what education or training it may need.
  • Once you know what level of education or training you need for those careers, research colleges or apprenticeships that will provide the education or training.

Seniors -

  • If you are heading off to college. Keep an eye on deadlines. Remember every college has different deadlines, requirements, and applications. Use the resources below to help with the process.
  • If you are heading straight to a career or military. Find out what is needed.
    • Resumé, certifications, entrance exams, driver's license, etc.
  • Check your emails....I know, I know it is antiquated, some might say even sooo late 1900s. Yet many employers, colleges, apprenticeships, and yes school districts use email. I would even go as far as saying, check that snail mail too, it has not completely disappeared and sometimes mail is sent to that mailbox at home.

Upcoming Fairs -

We are in the process of finalizing what our career and college fairs will look like this year. Keep an eye on emails and social media for event notifications.

As always, I am available to meet with students and families.

​Deanne Fritschy

pronounced Deeann Fritchee

She | Her | Hers

Career & College Specialist

Enumclaw High School

(360) 802-7669 main office

(360) 802-7825 direct line


  • ASVAB Exam - 6 October 2021 and 3 March 2022 both 8 AM
  • PSAT 13 October for Sophomores, 26 October for Freshman and Juniors
    • Free for Sophomores, $18 for Freshmen and Juniors. You can pay on the district website > or look below in resources.
  • College Fair TBD
  • Career Fair TBD

Career Spotlight

What is a mechanic?

There are a variety of mechanics. Here are a few examples.

  • Auto Mechanic
  • Aircraft Mechanic
  • Licensed Maintenance/Mechanic
  • Diesel Mechanic
  • Heavy Machine Mechanic
  • Electric Motor Mechanic
  • Industrial Electronics Mechanic
  • Farm Equipment Mechanic
  • Machinist
  • Industrial Machinist Mechanic

What courses are available in high school to assist in this CTE Career Pathway?

  • Auto 1, Auto 2, Auto 3
  • Introduction to Welding, Advanced Welding

Did you know that at the school district there are careers for mechanics and maintenance?

Our Mechanics service our buses, school vehicles, landscaping equipment and they even hold CDL licenses to be able to move (drive) buses.

We also have Licensed Maintenance such as HVAC (Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning), Electricians, Plumbers, and general maintenance.

Many of your high school courses could lead you to a career in trades at school districts. There are opportunities everywhere.


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