Through the College, Career & Guidance Office students schedules classes, talk with our counselors about their college & career decisions, get scholarship information, and participate in the ECO Program.
Students choose courses based upon their career goals. Unity’s required core curriculum reflects the requirements that the State of Michigan has set for a high school diploma. The number of required core curriculum courses has increased in order to ensure that each student is college or career ready upon graduation. Recent research has shown that for high school graduates, the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in college are virtually the same as the knowledge and skills needed to start a career.
Students will work individually with Counselors each spring to ensure that their selection of courses best prepares them for their choice of college and for their potential major.
The Careerline Tech Center (CTC) is an extension of Unity and provides junior and senior students with the opportunity to gain entry-level vocational skills in a number of different areas. Tech Center students spend half of the school day at the Tech Center and receive 1.0 credit per trimester. In some programs students also receive college credit. CTC has articulation agreements with 12 area colleges and universities.
CTC’s programs are organized by pathways, broad groupings of careers that share similar characteristics and whose employment/education requirements call for many common interests, strengths, and competencies.
The Exploring Career Opportunities is a program that works with local businesses and individuals that gives students an opportunity to job shadow and learn about careers they are interested in. We are excited to work with many former alumni as mentor’s in the ECO Program as we help guide students towards their vocation.
Counselor, Middle School &
International Student Coordinator
Counselor, Scholarship Coordinator
Counselor, Careerline Tech Center Coordinator