The Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Cluster encompasses the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural products and resources. Career opportunities available within this cluster include horticulturalists, florists, conservation officers, landscapers, pollution prevention specialists, farmers, ranchers, veterinarians/technicians, civil engineers, botanists, animal researchers, and more. These careers tend to take place outside and are therefore suited to people who enjoy the outdoors.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
The Information Technology Cluster includes jobs such as computer programmer, computer engineer, software developer, web designer, and network administrator. Employees in this field are in high demand and must have a passion for working with technology. People who work in this field will need continuous training since the technology evolves quickly and constantly. If you like working in an office environment, often by yourself, then explore the Information Management program of study.
Business Management and Administrative Support
Participation in the programs of study in the Business Management and Administrative Support Cluster provides students with an in-depth understanding of the skills needed to work in an office environment. Small business owners, business analysts, managers, human resources professionals, secretaries, receptionists, and others who work directly with customers need to have strong communication and problem-solving skills, which the students in these courses will obtain. If you like working with people in an office-type atmosphere, this program of study may be right for you.
Government & Public Administration
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Cluster includes a variety of job opportunities: Aerospace Engineers, Aviation Mechanics, Architectural Managers, and Industrial Ecologists to name a few. At the Harrison County Aerospace Aviation Academy housed at Bridgeport High School, you will learn the basics of aviation, aerospace, and engineering, while using flight simulators, designing airplane parts, and launching rockets. If you enjoy solving problems and thinking outside the box, a career in a STEM field may interest you.