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Students explore careers with Kuder Navigator

For the past five years, Sonoma Valley High School students have enjoyed access to a computer program that helps identify career interests and explore potential occupations.

For the past five years, Sonoma Valley High School students have enjoyed access to a computer program that helps identify career interests and explore potential occupations.

Lorna Sheridan/Index-Tribune Education Editor

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For the past five years, Sonoma Valley High School students have enjoyed access to a computer program that helps identify career interests and explore potential occupations. Every student opens a Kuder account during their ninth-grade freshman seminar class. Research-backed assessments help students learn about themselves – what they’re good at, what they like to do, and what’s important to them. Students can also search for colleges and financial aid, create résumés, practice interviewing skills, watch videos about specific careers and look for jobs. Above, freshmen Grace Cutting, Hannah Maillard, Ivette Panaguiton-Martinez, Daniela Ake, Ruby Moreno (front to back) log on to Kuder Navigator to explore career paths. Kuder came to the high school thanks to a grant from Sonoma County Office of Education. kudernavigator.com.