DESTINATIONS CAREER CLUBS
The journey to success isn’t a solo ride. You’ll have your peers, colleagues, coworkers, mentors, and more. After your everyday school work at Destinations, you can take part in engaging career clubs or career and technical service organizations (CTSOs).* These activities give you an opportunity to connect with other students that share your passion and start building your professional network.
Find friends who share your love of vintage video games or sustainable farming—you have lots of choices. You take field trips, work on projects, and even compete against other schools.* Did we mention that you build skills for your future career the whole time? We call that a win-win.
Your future as a business professional starts now. Business Professionals of America (BPA) dives deep into leadership and technical skills. At BPA, you can connect with other students pursuing a career in business or information technology plus get hands-on experience completing professional, civic, and service projects. You can build a career you are proud of, starting now.
Did you know that a handshake is important to business success? Or that interviewing is an art form? DECA offers a fun, collaborative, and competitive club experience with hands-on learning to help prepare you for a future career in marketing, finance, hospitality or management. With DECA, you can learn what it takes to be career-ready right after high school.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)® helps you prepare for a career in business and business-related fields. If you’ve always wanted to run your own business or build a big company, check out this club. FBLA gives you real-world leadership development, competition experience, community service opportunities, and more.
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system. Students can participate in competitive events, be involved in community service opportunities, and become student leaders and attend leadership conferences.
It’s no secret that healthcare professionals have a positive impact on society. At HOSA, you join other students ready to become a part of the global health community. You gain experience training for the modern medical workplace, take part in activities, learn from your peers, and discover more about how your passion can be your career.
Ready to help change America’s workforce? Join SkillsUSA®, a club where you learn workplace, personal, and technical skills through fun, hands-on activities. With 130 job categories and over 600 national partners, SkillsUSA® can help you become a future leader.
Do you love science and tech? The Technology Student Association is for you—a national, non-profit club for middle and high school students who are engaged in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Since TSA was chartered in 1978, over 5,000,000 student members have participated through competitions, intracurricular activities, leadership opportunities, community service, and more.
CAREER CLUBS IN ACTION: DECA STATE COMPETITION
Not ready to sign up for a club yet? Check out these students from the Destinations DECA chapter at Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy to learn more. They use their professional training to battle against other passionate DECA students.
DISCOVER CAREER PATHWAYS
DISCOVER CAREER PATHWAYS
When you find what you’re passionate about, you want to spend your time pursuing it. A Destinations pathway can introduce you to the career of your dreams and associated career clubs connect you with other students who share your passion. Career club participation helps you get what you need for your future career.