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    ​ At Boulder Universal we strive to provide curriculum, academic success, career development, and life skills.​ We teach, promote and model "New Century Graduate" skills, advocate for ALL students, while promoting achievement, cultural diversity, equity and school safety.

     

     

    Kelly Carlsonhttps://bou.bvsd.org/About/staffdirectory/Pages/Kelly_Carlson.aspxhttps://bou.bvsd.org/About/staffdirectory/Pages/Kelly_Carlson.aspx{21a11bbe-ffd9-49ac-90da-afe2d53ee9fc}Kelly CarlsonSchool Counselor720-295-2795kelly.carlson@bvsd.org

    ​ICAP:
    "ICAP is a multi-year process that intentionally guides students and families in the exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities. With the support of adults, students develop the awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and skills to create their own meaningful and powerful pathways to be career and college ready."

    School-Wide JOB SHADOWS:
    Every full time student at Boulder Universal completes a job shadow through Advisory each year. This gives students the opportunity to use their networking skills to secure a job shadow as well as learn about new and different careers while observing people in their work environments.

    RESEARCH BASED programming:
    There are many different resources used to help students identify and relate to various different strengths.  Throughout Advisory, students will learn about different research that exists and how it applies to their lives.  Some examples include: Carol Dweck, Angela Lee Duckworth, Howard Gardner, John Holland, Kelly McGonigal, Brene Brown, and more...

    INDIGO:
    BU is proud to utilize Indigo Project giving students the insights into their unique attributes as a foundation for their school, college, and career success, and to provide schools the data they need to best implement their improvement strategies. 

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