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Legacy Career Club helps students explore career pathways

Legacy Career Club is a new, exciting after-school activity that will be offered at Burnsville High School on Tuesdays. This club aims to teach students about the different pathways that are available to them.

Students in grades 11 and 12 are eligible to participate and will have the opportunity to meet with professionals from local businesses, including Thomson Reuters, Xcel Energy and more! Students will engage in hands-on activities while developing a variety of skills necessary for the workplace.

BHS Career Center partners with businesses, community members to provide students with options

As Burnsville High School employs future-focused Pathways next year, which will have students thinking beyond credits and graduation, the goal of the Career Center will be to educate students about the choices available, and assist them in exploring their interests and finding courses that will better prepare them for their future.

National Careers in Energy Week is Oct.19-23

Dakota Electric is having an open house on Oct.19 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. for students and teachers and from 5-7 p.m. for students, parents and the general public.
 
They will highlight various careers, including Electrical Engineer, Mechanic, Human Resources, Technician Electrician, Energy Services, Finance, IT/Software Developer, Powerline Specialist, Distribution System Operator and Marketing/Communications.
 

College Application Week

It's Free Minnesota Application Week at Burnsville High School! Students can apply to most state and private schools in Minnesota and get the application fee waived (with the exception of the University of Minnesota system). Students can apply either at home or school.