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Title: Career Exploration: Transitioning your career and job


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Career ExplorationTransitioning your career and
job
NCURA Region VI VII Spring MeetingNewport
Beach, California (April 18-21, 2010)
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  • Career exploration is a long, progressive
    process of choosing education, training, and jobs
    that fit your interests and skills. Career
    exploration will eventually lead to a position
    that will match your financial and career goals.

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The Steps
  • Assess yourself
  • Explore career options
  • Gain skills
  • Find a job
  • Manage your career

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  • Assess Yourself

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  • Identify accomplishments
  • Take assessments
  • Understand time management
  • Create career goals

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Identify Accomplishments
  • Make a list of all your important career events
  • Think in chronological order
  • Review educational accomplishments
  • List volunteer activities
  • Committee activities

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Take Assessments
  • What does it measure?
  • Who developed it? Are they a trusted source?
  • Is it a proven tool? Has it been validated?
  • What will the results look like?
  • Will you have to pay fees to use it or get your
    results?

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Understand Time Management
  • Think
  • Inventory
  • Make priorities
  • Evaluate

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Create Career Goals
  • Think about interests and skills
  • Think about occupations you might like
  • Think about goals that involve raises, promotions
    and increased responsibility
  • Try new experiences
  • Make a list and prioritize (long short term)

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  • Explore Career Options

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  • Watch career videos
  • View occupational trends and wages
  • Find industry wages and trends
  • Research employers
  • Explore work options
  • Find resources

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  • Gain Skills

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  • Identify your education and training needs
  • Find education and training
  • Explore internships and work-based learning

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  • Find a Job

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Creating a Job Search Plan
  • Start with a job-related career goal
  • Think about the skills and experience and the
    jobs that match
  • Learn about the employers you want to work for
  • Identify good places to look for jobs

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  • Create a job search plan
  • Search for jobs
  • Apply for jobs
  • Interview
  • Consider a job offer
  • Consider relocation
  • Find resources and assistance

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  • Manage Your Career

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  • Evaluate your career path
  • Deal with transition
  • Develop a network
  • Learn throughout your life

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Evaluate Your Career Path
  • Past
  • Present
  • Future

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Deal with Transition
  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Eat right
  • Exercise
  • Pay attention to your body
  • Talk about it
  • Focus on the things you enjoy

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Develop a Network
  • Keep track of people you know who might be a
    resource later

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Learn throughout your life
  • Maintaining the right attitude toward your
    work will affect how you react to job transitions
    and new opportunities.

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  • My mother said to me, "If you become a soldier,
    you'll be a general, if you become a monk you'll
    end up as the pope." Instead, I became a painter
    and wound up as Picasso.- Pablo Picasso

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Resources
  • NCURA www.ncura.edu
  • Career Research Checklist http//www.quintcareers.
    com/career_research_checklist.html
  • ONET's Ability Profiler identifies strengths and
    occupations that match.
  • http//www.onetcenter.org/AP.html
  • ONET's Interest Profiler identifies broad
    interest areas.
  • http//www.onetcenter.org/IP.html
  • ONETs Work Importance Locator identifies
    features about jobs that are important.
  • http//www.onetcenter.org/WIL.html

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  • Rosemary Madnick
  • Assistant Vice President, Research Administration
  • Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute
  • 310-222-3621
  • rmadnick_at_labiomed.org

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  • Thank You

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