ASPIRE

 

Post High School Education for Everyone

ASPIREWelcome to the Sisters High School ASPIRE (Access to Student Assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone) website. We hope you find the information helpful in planning for the future.

You may or may not know what you want to do after high school. Whether you want to be a painter or a doctor, a cosmetologist or a lawyer, a truck driver or a web designer, you will most likely need more schooling to reach your career goals. ASPIRE is here to help you get to where you want to go.

This program is an extension of the high school Counseling Department and provides you with one-on-one assistance. All seniors and juniors are assigned an ASPIRE mentor. The ASPIRE program trains volunteers from the community to help students think about career goals and access to education and training beyond high school. These volunteers want to help students have a successful transition into their preferred field after high school graduation. ASPIRE mentors can help students through the following steps:

  • Exploring career and schooling options
  • Planning Ahead to keep options open for the future
  • Finding and getting into the right school
  • Funding schooling

 

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Rick Kroytz

Rick Kroytz

ASPIRE Coordinator / College & Career Readiness

541-549-3203
rick.kroytz@sisters.k12.or.us