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Title: Career Exploration

PowerPoint Presentation
  • Career Exploration
  • Keyboarding CRLE

What the heck is a CRLE?
  • CRLE A Career-Related Learning Experience
  •  A CRLE is a specific type of learning experience
    with essential components
  • Inquiry
  • Working with Adults
  • Creating a Product
  • Professional Standards (CRLS)
  • Reflection

Key Content, Knowledge, Concepts and Skills
  • Interview process
  • Identification of a specific career or career
    field of interest within the students Focused
    Program of Study (FSP)
  • PowerPoint Technology
  • Presentation skills

Essential Question
  •  What post high school education or training
    should I pursue, and what technology skill should
    I possess to prepare for employment in a chosen
    career field?

  • Identify a career or career field of interest and
    inquire about the education and technology skills
    needed for employment.

Adult Connections
  • Interview an adult whose career is the same or
    similar to the student would like to have one
  • The career should align with the students
    Focused Program of Study
  • Arts Communication
  • Business Management
  • Health Services
  • Human Resources
  • Industrial Engineering Systems
  • Natural resources

  • PowerPoint presentation

Career-Related Learning Standards
  •  Career-Related Learning Standards
  • Personal management Maintain regular attendance
    and complete project on time assume
    responsibility for decisions and actions.
  • Problem-Solving Use decision-making skills.
  • Communications Listen and speak clearly give
    and receive feedback in a positive manner
    maintain clear, organized, accurate and
    appropriate communication.
  • Employment Foundations Apply academic knowledge
    and technical skills in a career context.
  • Career Development Learn educational, training
    and skill requirements for career-interest area
    participate in an interview.
  • Teamwork Work with others to review and edit own

  • From this experience
  • What did you learn about technology skills,
    education and training needed in a particular
  • How has this learning affected your future career

  • You will use CIS to explore career options best
    suited for you.
  • You will be answering the following questions
  • Who am I?
  • Where am I going?
  • How will I get there?
  • What are my next steps?
  • Where am I now?
  • There will be four areas you will be exploring
  • Interest Profiler
  • SKILL Assessment
  • Occupation Sort
  • Reality Check

  • Fill out the CIS Worksheet as you explore the CSI

  • You will be interviewing an adult in the
    community who has a career in the occupation you
    explored and is related to your FPS.
  • The person cannot be a family member.
  • Can be a friend or coworker of a family member.

  • The best way to interview someone is to have a
    face-to-face interview with them.
  • If you cannot conduct the interview in person
    the next best option is over the telephone so you
    may hear the tone and inflection in their voice.
  • E-mail is the worst way to conduct an interview
    and texting is not allowed.

Interview Script
  • To used if contacting by phone
  • Use something similar if using e-mail
  • Remember face-to-face is best!
  • Hello, my name is __________________________, and
    I am a student at Clackamas High School enrolled
    in a Keyboarding class. As a Career-Related
    Learning Experience, I must interview a community
    member whose career is closely related to one I
    would like to have in the future. I need to
    identify the educational requirements and
    technology skills needed to work in this area.
    May I ask you some questions regarding your
    career choice?

  • Name of subject interviewed correct spelling
  • Job title
  • Place of employment (inc. address)
  • What are your duties
  • What are general skills do you use?
  • How is technology used in your line of work?
  • What are technology skills do you use?
  • What is your educational background? Degrees?
  • What kind of training have you had?
  • Where any additional qualifications, such as,
    certificates, licenses, etc., required for you to
    do your work?
  • How do you manage your time?
  • What kind of hours do you work?
  • Who decides when you work?
  • How do you problem solve on your job?
  • What kind of communication skill do you use to
    complete your job?
  • What courses (classes) help you the most on this
  • What is necessary to for you to continue to be
    employed in this field?
  • What is the average pay scale for people in this
  • You will have a list of 18 questions you must
  • You must add two questions of your own.