Welcome to Guidance!
Lead Guidance Counselor
Responsible for students in grades 10-12 in the following CTE majors:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Electrical Wiring
Responsible for all 9th grade students and students in grades 10-12 in the following CTE majors:
- Culinary Arts
email@example.comResponsible for students in grades 10-12 in the following CTE majors:
- Early Education and Teaching
- Environmental Science
- Multimedia Engineering
- Programming and Web Development
Rose Sullivan - Administrative Assistant
Guidance counselors meet with all students during their tenure at Minuteman. Counselors provide workshops in classrooms as well as individual meetings. In addition, the guidance department offers special events. These events include:
Senior Parent Orientation
Information presented will help parents as their students navigate the post-secondary, college and job application process.College FairTypically held in the fall. More than 50 colleges and universities are invited to attend.ASVAB TestJuniors interested in taking the ASVAB, the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test should stop by guidance as soon as possible to collect the parent permission form. The ASVAB measures developed abilities, helps predict future academic success, and determines qualification for enlistment in the United States armed forces.Boston National College FairThis year the National College Fair, with more than 375 colleges, will be held on April 30th, 2020 at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center in Boston. Juniors only are allowed to sign up to go and space is limited.Career DayFreshmen have the opportunity to hear about many different careers from a variety of professionals in the field.Career FairProspective employers will be at Minuteman to meet with students in April/May 2020.Junior Parent College and Career PlanningHeld in late winter/early spring. We present information that will help parents as their students start to navigate the post-secondary, college and career exploration process.On the Spot AdmissionsDuring the spring, several local colleges come to Minuteman to evaluate college applications. Students are given a decision about admissions at that time.