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FasTrack Careers

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Your child’s future starts now at FasTracKids.  FasTrack Careers® allows your child to dream about the careers they can pursue in the future.  Students get to explore 8 STEAM-based (science, technology, engineering, art, math) careers that will ignite their imaginations and inspire them to go into these careers when they grow up.

wildlife_stickerWildlife Specialist

Students will explore how to protect and make sure animals are around for many generations. Children will discover a love for animals and how we as humans can make sure they are safe and healthy.

“I discover a new respect for animals. I learn how humans help protect animals using different actions”

marine_stickerMarine Biologist

Kids will learn how marine biologists help protect our oceans and sea animals. From cleaning up an oil spill to tracking sea turtles, they get to experience how marine biologists positively impact marine life.

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Engineer

Children will tinker and build as they design structures and buildings for people and animals. They will learn that there is no limit to what engineers can do!

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Artist

Students will learn about different artistic styles and the art and design that are essential parts of our human experience. Students will create their own masterpieces and experiment with different techniques..

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Architect

Children will create blueprints and design their own buildings like real architects. From eco-friendly buildings to homes for animals, kids can let their imaginations run wild and come up with new and exciting designs.

planter_stickerPlant Scientist

Kids get to learn about plants and the technology and science that helps them grow to provide food for people.

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Urban Planner

What happens if there are no roads to take kids to school or if there is limited water for a neighborhood? Students will tackle these types of challenges as they learn what urban planners do every day.

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Paleontologist

Kids get to dig in the dirt to experience how paleontologists make fossil discoveries and learn about the world of the past.