2019 Arkansas State University-Mountain Home
1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653

Career Coach Program

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Success Beyond Education

ASUMH partners with the Arkansas Career Coach Program to provide a College and Career Coach (CCC) housed at Cotter, Flippin, and Mountain Home School Districts. The goal of the program is to increase interest in post-secondary education or career selection. The CCC works to improve access to resources needed to help every student be successful. The CCC, School Counselor and Career Orientation teacher work as a team guiding students to build a successful career path based on their interest and skill.


Paulette Hill

Paulette Hill - Cotter High School and Flippin High School

phill@asumh.edu

phill@cotterschools.net

paulettehill@flippinschools.net

870-405-9716


Mon, Wed - Cotter School

Tues AM - Cotter School

Tues PM - Flippin School

Thurs, Fri - Flippin School


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Vanesa Roberts - Mountain Home High School (Student Last Name A-K)

vroberts@mhbombers.com

870-425-1224


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Tracy Stephens - Mountain Home High School (Student Last Name L-Z)

tstephens@mhbombers.com

870-425-1224

The College and Career Coach program is a partnership between the Arkansas Department of Career and Technical Education,  ASU-Mountain Home and the Cotter, Flippin and Mountain Home School Districts.  Coachese provide information on careers, career pathways, and educational requirements.  They help students with career path assessments, exploration and planning; development and revision of college nad career plans; preparation for admission to college or postsecondary education; financial aid information and applications; connecting students with career exploration opportunities in business and industry; assisting students with opportunities for concurrent credit, secondary certifications, and work-based learning experiences.

The activities offered include:

Parent Financial Aid Night

Arkansas College Application Campaign Month

Career Exploration Camp

Business and Industry Tours

Classroom Guest Speakers

YOUniversal Application Day

Free Accuplacer Testing

College Fairs and Visits

Workforce Preparation Workshops

One-on-One Advisory Sessions with Students and/or Parents

Important Info

The College and Career Coach program is a partnership between the Arkansas Department of Career and Technical Education,  ASU-Mountain Home and the Cotter, Flippin and Mountain Home School Districts.  Coachese provide information on careers, career pathways, and educational requirements.  They help students with career path assessments, exploration and planning; development and revision of college nad career plans; preparation for admission to college or postsecondary education; financial aid information and applications; connecting students with career exploration opportunities in business and industry; assisting students with opportunities for concurrent credit, secondary certifications, and work-based learning experiences.

The activities offered include:

Parent Financial Aid Night

Arkansas College Application Campaign Month

Career Exploration Camp

Business and Industry Tours

Classroom Guest Speakers

YOUniversal Application Day

Free Accuplacer Testing

College Fairs and Visits

Workforce Preparation Workshops

One-on-One Advisory Sessions with Students and/or Parents

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