Newman students prepare for careers throughout their time at Newman. At the elementary level, students participate annually in Career Day. At the middle school level, students spend an entire semester exploring potential careers; then in high school, students are encouraged to select a specific career-tech (CTE) track to prepare for specialized careers such as Engineer, Business Manager, Nurse, Attorney, Teacher, etc.


In addition, students are given opportunities to prepare for industry-based certifications that will boost their resumes and employment skills. For those students who want to explore careers in Fine Arts, Newman also provides ample opportunities for students to gain experience in the fields of theater, music, and art.


In support of career preparation, Newman has instituted the WIN (Workforce In-Training at Newman) program, in which 9th-12th grade students complete community service and internship hours as a requirement for high school graduation. These connections with local non-profit organizations as well as local businesses and industries give students invaluable experience and on-the-job training that will support their success in employment—throughout high school, during college, and after college graduation.