College and Career Center
The College and Career Specialist works together with school counselors, teachers, and staff members to help students make informed decisions about post-secondary opportunities. Information and access are provided to explore college and career options, financial aid and scholarship resources, standardized testing preparation, military careers, apprenticeship and technical school programs, job listings, summer opportunities, and volunteer programs.
College and Career Specialist: Christine Lieb-Mosley
CEEB Code: The school CEEB code for W. T. Woodson HS is 470788
Please visit the Woodson College & Career Center Padlets to access resources for College and Career Planning, Military Options, Newsletters & more.
The resources on the Woodson College & Career Center Padlets are for your convenience and perusal. Postings do not indicate endorsement or sponsorship by W.T. Woodson, FCPS, or any administrator or employee of either W.T. Woodson or FCPS. Parents need to check any program chosen for their children. The padlets contain links to one or more web pages that are outside the FCPS network. Neither W.T. Woodson High School nor FCPS controls the content and relevancy of these pages.
- 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
- Virtual Office Hours for students during all lunches on Wednesdays, and by appointment. Students need to sign in with their FCPS Student account.
The Career Center is a service of the Student Services Department.
The Career Center provides a framework of career awareness, career exploration, and career preparation activities for students to make the essential connection between school and career. They are prepared for this transition by understanding self and others, exploring occupations, making decisions, acquiring work skills and planning for life. The success of this transition depends on the cooperative effort of students, parents, teachers, counselors, and the community.