College and Career Newsletter

December 2018

Liberty Public Schools, serving 12,793 students this year!

We need you!

Our community plays a huge part in real world experiences for our students. Please look below to see how you can make a difference!

We have Shadow Search Day where 7th graders begin to see all the career options available to them. We have Future Finance where juniors in high school learn about living on their own as a 26 year old and why their choices now are important to their success later.

We have panels of experts where high school students get to ask practical questions of the experts (you) who know what it's like to work in your field.

Each listing in this issue is a way to be involved. There are many options. We welcome you to our schools!

Shadow Search Day

Shadow Search Day on February 1, 2019, 7:30-11:00am for our middle school students. Sign up here.

Future Finance

Future Finance is a financial Literacy simulation program for high school students. They learn what it costs to maintain a household, family, and children, and why it's important to do well in school, choose a career, and plan wisely.

To sign up to participate, click the schools below:

Liberty High School - March 5, 2019

Interested in having an Intern next year?

Interested in having an Intern next year? The Regional Internship program is looking for a 2 hour per day, 4 days a week internship. What are you needing help with to give a student an experience? Want to know more? Contact me.

Youth Mentors

Liberty volunteers worked over 1,200 hours this year. Join us next year to make a wonderful impact! Over the last 15 years we’ve had over 300 volunteers donate over 18,000 hours.

Click here to volunteer or contact

Authentic Learning Experiences

Do you have a project our students could work on and give suggestions to learn about life in the real world? Please fill out this form, and we'll see what they come up with!
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Career Connections - Liberty High School - 8:15-9:45 am

Career Connections is Liberty High School's Expert Panels. Please click here if you are interested in signing up to share knowledge of your job with our students.

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Colleen Jones

Director of College and Career Readiness and Community Partnerships

Our Mission

The mission of the Academic and Career Services Department is to establish relationships between the students of Liberty Public Schools and the community. By collaborating with businesses and people of the community, we can provide resources to our students that will help them to be college and career ready.