#MyPathway

A new poster explains post-graduation options for students

This fall, bright, colorful posters will find new homes along the walls of high school buildings in Summit County. "Three Es" poster

The posters, designed to grab the attention of students as they make their way to classes, present three pathways students may choose to take upon graduating from high school: Enrolled, Employed or Enlisted. While every option may lead to a bright future, as the poster’s illustration suggests, there are several important items to keep in mind when following any pathway. The “Three Es” poster provides a few reminders for each pathway, including a reminder to meet with a school counselor. 

Summit Education Initiative (SEI) hopes the posters will encourage high school students of any age to plan ahead so they are “prepared, passionate and persistent, with a clear career pathway” after graduation. The posters also list the hashtag “#MyPathway,” which students may use on social media when announcing their post-graduation plans.

Read stories about students such as Isaiah, DeKayla and Dazzle, who have already decided on one of the “Three Es” on our Newsroom page. There you will also find stories about Barberton High School‘s and Woodridge High School‘s “Three Es” initiatives.