1. Define your problem- First define your problem by identifying the decision to be made.
2. Gather information and resources- Gather Information and Resources is when most decisions require collecting information that will let you know your options and help you make the best decision.
3. List options- Listing your options as you gather information you will be able to identify two or more possible options.
Stephanie Johnson 3 Decision Making
4. Weigh compare options- When you weigh and compare your options you analyze each option and what would happen with each. When you evaluate whether the problem is identified in the beginning of this process it would be helped or solved through the use of each option.
5. Make a decision- When you make a decision at this step you will choose among the options you have identified.
4 Decision Making
6. Make a plan of action- Once you have made your decision you are ready to make a plan of action and set some goals.
7. Evaluate the decision- When you evaluate the decision you experience the results of your decision and evaluate whether or not it has solved or helped to solve the problem.
5 Goal Setting
Goal setting is an important part of the career planning process it is when you put your mind to something and do it. Knowing what you want from life will help you to set Career goals Personal goals Educational goals. You can then make decisions and plan short and long-term goals.
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Short term goal
A short-term goal is something you would like to accomplish in the near future within a day a week or even a few months from now.
Long term goal
Long-term goals are the ones that you will achieve over a longer period of time such as from one to twenty years. The long term goal is the hardest but most important goal to achieve. Most people have trouble reaching this goal because it is later in the future.
7 Graduation Options Ryan Rouche 8 General Required Courses 9 General Required Courses (cont.) 10 Diplomas
Diploma with Academic Honors
International Baccalaureate Diploma
Certificate of Completion
Vocational Certificate of Program Completion
Special Certificate of Completion
11 Diplomas 12 Diplomas (cont.) 13 Financial Aid By Noah Walsh 14 Financial Aid Types
-Can come from many different places
-Can be awarded depending on financial need academic or athletic achievement program of study or background
-Do not have to be repaid
-Are for undergraduates
-Are based on need school cost and/or enrollment status
-Do not have to be repaid
-Are borrowed and must be repaid with interest
-Subsidized loan-awarded depending on financial need interest is not charged until repayment begins
-Unsubsidized loan-not awarded on basis of need interest is charged starting from when the money is lent
15 Bright Futures Scholarship Florida Bright Futures Scholarships is a lottery funded program that provides three different kinds of scholarships for high school graduates with above average academic achievements.
Florida Academic Scholars-3.5 weighted GPA 16 credits 75 hours of community service and best combined score of 1270 SAT Reasoning Test
Florida Medallion Scholars-3.0 weighted GPA 16 credits and best combined score of 970 SAT Reasoning Test
Gold Seal Vocational Scholars-3.0 weighted GPA 4 year diploma 16 core credits and minimum score on each section of the CPT SAT or ACT
16 Financial Aid There are many different types of Financial Aid that can be very important in getting into a good college and receiving a good education. Some have to be paid off quicker than others due to interest while some are completely free. College is a very important part of finding a good career and financial aid is a necessary part of that process. 17 The Career Planning Process
By Mark Hubby
18 There are several steps in the career planning process. If you are not organized then career planning can be confusing and frustrating. 19 Step 1. Know Yourself
Evaluate your interests abilities and work values.
You should know your skills and talents.
You should know your limits and boundaries.
20 Step 2. Explore your Options
Gather information to consider career options that relate to what you know about yourself.
You should know how much and what type of education you need.
Know the information needed to decide what path to take.
21 Step 3. Make Plans and Take Action
Define your career goals.
Make a plan to achieve them.
Be flexible there are many different paths to achieve the same goals. If one thing does not work for you try something else.
22 Essential Job Skills
Logic and reason
24 COMPUTER LITERACY
What is Computer Literacy
What are the essential workplace skills
How is Computer Literacy used
By Gillian Kelley 25 What is Computer Literacy
Computer Literacy is when people know how to use computers.
They can accurately use certain programs on a computer such as Microsoft Word.
They know how to save and send files.
They know what to do if they get a virus.
They know how to fix computer problems.
26 What are the essential computer workplace skills Basic- You need to know how to log on/off. You should know all the parts of the computer. You need to know how to open/close/save/print documents. You should know how to type quickly. Intermediate- You need to know how to move files to/from different places. You understand you may use more than 1 tab on the Internet. You choose different types of features and styles using multiple ways to finish something. Advanced- Use different types of technology to put files on the computer. You know all the short cuts to doing things. 27 How can Computer Literacy help
Getting a job- Most require knowing how to use a computer.
Getting directions- You would have to know how to print the directions out and how to search for directions.
Getting research- The Internet is a huge database where you can find gather information.
Getting help with writing - You cold use spell check to correctly spell words find information and write/print a research paper.
Connecting with people- Using the internet you could connect with friends on popular websites.
28 Teamwork Julia Duncan
Teamwork is all about helping people.
There is no I in team!
Help each other complete the
project the faster you work the
the quicker its done.
Do your part in the project.
Always listen to the person speaking.
30 Reasons teamwork is good
Working as a team gets the job done faster.
Sometimes your customer can be a part of the team and be helpful.
Teamwork gets you used to working together for future jobs.
You learn new things from your team members.
31 Teamwork is necessary in a work place
It promotes the sense of achievement equity and camaraderie which are essential for a motivated workplace.
Teamwork encourages multi-disciplinary work where teams cut across organizational divides.
It fosters flexibility and responsiveness while encouraging the ability to respond to change.
Teamwork pleases customers who like working with good teams. (Sometimes the customer may be part of the team.)
It supports a more empowered way of working removing constraints which may prevent someone doing their job properly.
When managed properly using teamwork is a better way to work.
32 Why we work!!!!!
33 Advantages of Working
Many people today wonder why they have to work.
The answer to this is simple. You work to supply you and your family (if you have one) with money in order to live.
People find meaning in their work. They realize that their work is important.
People actively want to be busy.
This also helps the economy to grow.
34 Why We Work
Passion People select certain careers because they love have a passion for them.
Make a difference - Some people work in order to make a difference in peoples lives.
Have a better life Some people work to earn more money to have a better lifestyle.
Be careful not to work too much! If you barely have time to spend with your family friends it can lead to relationship problems.
35 Reasons for working
You earn money to pay for bills food Etc.
It helps to support themselves and their family.
It helps to make other peoples lives better and easier by supporting them.
36 Stephanie Johnson Noah Walsh Ryan Rouche
Tyrique Atkinson Mark Hubby Julia Duncan Matthew Press Gillian Kelley 37 The End
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