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Title: Core Counseling Curriculum Career Planning


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Core Counseling Curriculum Career Planning
  • 8th Grade, Ms. Valencia

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Career Planning
  • Exploring ALL your options-
  • The future of WORK is LEARNING a living.

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You need answers
  • Who Am I?
  • Where Am I Going?
  • How Am I Going to Get There?

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Who Am I?
interest
Self-Awareness
aptitudes
values

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  • RIASEC

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REALISTIC (Doers)
  • RealisticRealistic types are practical, "hands
    on," and  like to work with things, machines, or
    equipment
  • They are independent, stable, genuine, practical,
    and persistent.
  • Like tasks that are tactile, physical, athletic
    or mechanical.
  • Like being outdoors, using tools, operating
    machines, working with hands and animals.

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Careers/Activities
  • Astronomy, Aviation (pilot), Carpenter,
    Construction, Computer Programmer, Driver,
    Electrician, Engineer, Farmer, Firefighter,
    Housekeeper, Lab Technician, Massage Therapist,
    Military, Park Ranger, Personal Trainer, Police
    Officer, Plumber, Waiter, Wildlife Management

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Investigative (Thinkers)
  • InvestigativeInvestigative types like to work
    with ideas and problem-solving.
  • They tend to be intellectual, analytical, and
    inquisitive.
  • They are curious, methodical, scholarly, logical
    and medical.
  • Tend to be avid readers, likes to solve problems,
    perform experiments and conduct research.

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Careers/Activities
  • Computer Science/Information Technology, Computer
    Programmer, Engineer, Higher Education, Lawyer,
    Mathematics/Statisticians, Medicine, Medical
    Research, Professor, Psychologist, Psychiatrist,
    Research and Development, Web Developer

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ARTISTIC (Creators)
  • ArtisticArtistic types tend to be independent,
    expressive and creative. They enjoy using their
    imagination and creative expression in areas such
    as art, music, drama, or writing.
  • Tend to be unstructured, original, nonconforming
    and innovative.
  • They rely on feelings, imagination and
    inspirtation.
  • Like to work with ideas, abstractions and
    concepts.
  • Tend to be spontaneous and open-minded.

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Careers/Activities
  • Actors, Artists, Cake Decorators, Chefs,
    Comedians, Costume Designers, Creative Writers,
    Dancers, Fashion Designers, Graphic Designers,
    Hairstylist, Interior Decorators, Make-up
    Artists, Playwrights, Sculptors, Writers

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SOCIAL (Helpers)
  • Social types prefer to deal with people, and
    enjoy helping, informing, teaching, inspiring,
    counseling, or serving.
  • Tend to be kind, generous, cooperative, patient,
    caring, helpful, empathetic and friendly.
  • Excel at socializing, helping others, and
    teaching.
  • Like tasks that involve teamwork, social
    interaction, relationship building and improving
    society.

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Careers/Activities
  • Activist, Child Care, Counseling, Global Studies,
    Healer, Human Resources, Nurse, Nutritionist,
    Physical Therapist, Psychologist, Public Health,
    Religious Worker/Clergy, Social Worker, Special
    Education, Speech Pathologist

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ENTERPRISING (Persuaders)
  • EnterprisingEnterprising types tend to be
    persuasive, energetic, sociable, adventurous,
    ambitious, and risk-taking. They enjoy leading,
    managing, and organizing.
  • Tend to be confident, assertive, extroverted,
    enthusiastic.
  • Dominant, persuasive, charismatic and
    motivational
  • Like to influence others, being in charge, taking
    risks, debating and competing.

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Enterprising Careers/Activities
  • Activist, Administrative Assistant, Business,
    CEO, Debates, Economics, Entrepreneur, Event
    Planning, Fundraising, Hotel Management/Hospitalit
    y Management, Insurance, International Relations,
    Interpreter, Lawyer, Lobbyist, Manager, Office
    Manager, Politician, Principal, Real Estate,
    Retail, Sales.

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CONVENTIONAL (Organizers)
  • Conventional types prefer to deal with data and
    things. They tend to be careful, conforming,
    conservative, conscientious, structured, and pay
    attention to details. They often enjoy an office
    environment.
  • Logical, organized and detail-oriented.
  • Enjoy practical tasks, quantitative measurements,
    and structured environments.
  • Value precision and accuracy.
  • Reliable and rule followers.

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Conventional Careers/Activities
  • Accountant, Auditor, Banking, Bookkeeper,
    Cashier, Clerk, Computer programmer, Court
    Reporter, Editor, Finance, Investment Banking,
    Mathematics, Office Manager, Payroll,
    Proofreader, Secretary, Statistics.

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Where Am I Going?
Resources
Exploration
Career Trends Work-based Learning
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Agricultural, Food Natural ResourcesArchitectur
e ConstructionArts, A/V Technology
CommunicationsBusiness Management
AdministrationEducation TrainingEnergyFinanc
eGovernment Public AdministrationHealth
Science
  • 17 Career Clusters

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Hospitality TourismHuman ServicesInformation
TechnologyLaw, Public Safety, Corrections and
ManufacturingMarketingScience, Technology,
Engineering Math (STEM)Transportation,
Distribution Logistics
  • 17 Career clusters (continued)

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Career Trends
Therefore, postsecondary education is becoming
more and more critical to a young persons future!
About 25 of all jobs require a bachelor degree
(4 yr. degree) However, most jobs require
education beyond high school.
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Career Trends
Since 2010, 45 of job growth requires a
vocational certificate, 2-year associate degree,
a 4-year bachelors degree or more.
Therefore, postsecondary education is becoming
more and more critical to a young persons future.
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Career Trends
The strongest growth projections are in
education, health, and business services.
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Career Trends
Research indicates that students who formulate
career plans expect to complete higher levels of
education than those who dont. Career Cruising
is important!
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  • Fastest Growing Occupations 2012 - 2022

http//www.bls.gov/ooh/fastest-growing.htm http/
/www.bls.gov/emp/ep_table_103.htm
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Examples of Nontraditional Careers
  • Women
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Air Traffic Controller
  • Airline Pilot
  • Architect
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Bricklayer
  • Drafter
  • Electronics Tech
  • Film Director
  • Funeral Director
  • Guard
  • Men
  • Teachers Aide
  • Teacher (Elementary and Kindergarten)
  • Typist
  • Hairdresser/Cosmetologist
  • Health Aide, except Nursing
  • Legal Assistant
  • Secretary
  • Speech Therapist
  • Statistical Clerk

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What are the advantages of nontraditional
occupations (NTOs)?
  • Salary
  • Advancement Opportunities
  • Benefits
  • The Work Itself - Job Satisfaction
  • Education/Training
  • Work Hours

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Check out the careercruising.com and
gacollege411.orgfor career related materials and
resources
  • Investigate possible career fields
  • Match careers to interest and aptitudes
  • Study job search skills and resume writing
  • Investigate military careers
  • Explore postsecondary options
  • Sharpen your testing taking skills
  • Investigate financial aid and scholarships

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How Am I Going To Get There?
Planning
Planning in high school and postsecondary school!
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What level of education do I need to reach my
career goal?
Planning
HIGH SCHOOL High School Diploma POSTSECONDARY co
llege, technical school, military, special
purpose schools, apprenticeships, OJT
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Options after high school What level of
education do you need to reach your career goal?
College
Military
Technical Colleges
Special Purpose School
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Two-year degree or more
  • University of Georgia
  • Georgia Southern University
  • State University of West Georgia
  • Atlanta Metropolitan College (Two-year)
  • Georgia Perimeter (Two-year)
  • Georgia Highlands (Two-year)

NOTE Board of Regents requirements for
admissions to these institutions are different
with each level.
http//www.usg.edu/ or www.GAcollege411.org
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Technical Colleges
Atlanta Technical College Augusta Technical
College DeKalb Technical College Griffin
Technical College Gwinnett Technical College West
Georgia Technical College North Metro Technical
College North Georgia Technical College
www.GAcollege411.org
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Special Purpose Schools
International School of Skin and Nail Care Bauder
College Brown College of Court Reporting and
Medical Transcription Gupton-Jones College of
Funeral Services Georgia Driving Academy
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Military
ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Assessment Battery
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Apprenticeships
Bricklayers Carpenters Cement Masons Electricians
Heating/Cooling System Mechanics Heavy
Equipment Operators Ironworkers Plumbers/Pipe
Fitters Roofers Welders
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Now it is your turn. So get busy if you have not
already begun your journey into the world of
work! Answer the questions Who am I?, Where am
I going? and How am I going to get there?
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