Eaton RESA Career Preparation Center Programs
Business, Management, Marketing and Technology Pathway
Are you a leader? Do you like organizing people, planning activities, and talking? Do you like working with numbers and ideas? Do you like carrying through an idea and seeing the end product? Do you like balancing a checkbook, following the stock market, holding an office, and surfing the Internet? If so, a career path in business might be for you.
Engineering/ Manufacturing/ Industrial Technology Pathway
Are you mechanically inclined and practical? Do you enjoy reading diagrams, blueprints, and drawing building structures? Are you interested in painting houses, repairing cars, wiring electrical circuits, or woodworking? Are you curious about how things work? If so, this career path might be for you.
Health Sciences Pathway
Are you interested in disease and how the body works? Do you enjoy reading about science and medicine? Do you like caring for people who are sick or nurturing their health? If so, a career path in health, treatment, and related health technologies might be for you.
Human Services Pathway
Are you friendly, open, understanding, and cooperative? Do you like to work with people and solve problems? If so, a career path in the economic, political, and social systems may be for you. This includes education, government, law enforcement, leisure and recreation, military, religion, child care, social services, and personal services.
Natural Resources and Agrisciences Pathway
Are you a nature lover? Are you interested in plants and animals? Do you enjoy hunting or fishing? Do you like to garden? Are you interested in protecting the environment? If so, a career path in agriculture, the environment, and natural resources may be for you. This includes agricultural sciences, earth sciences, environmental sciences, fisheries, forestry, horticulture, and wildlife.
The Eaton RESA Career Preparation Center offers many programs across six career pathways as an opportunity for students to learn relevant technical and applied academic skills in an occupational area. In addition, students may earn industry credentials and direct college credit while simultaneously meeting high school graduation requirements.
CPC Programs Include
Animal Science and Zoo Management
Digital Media and Design
Game Design and Programming
Heavy Equipment Operation & Repair
Insurance & Risk Management
Mechatronics & Robotics
Mechanical Engineering & Manufacturing