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THE S T E P S TO CAREER PREPARATION SUCCESS. Developed by Juanita Johnson, Professor LSU AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA. Career Planning. With all career possibilities available, how do you make a decision? Once you know what career path you want to follow, how do you get there?

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THESTEPSTOCAREER PREPARATION SUCCESS

Developed by

Juanita Johnson, Professor

LSU AgCenter, Baton Rouge, LA


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Career Planning

  • With all career possibilities available, how do you make a decision? Once you know what career path you want to follow, how do you get there?

  • To determine your interests, think about what you like to do. Think about experiences you have enjoyed. Evaluate what you liked, what you found challenging, and what you may have learned from those experiences. Make a list of activities you have enjoyed during the past few years.


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Questions:

Who am I?

Where do I want to go?

How do I get there?

Steps to Follow:

Self-assessment

Career exploration

Making a decision

The job search

Keeping the job

Steps toCareer Planning Success


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Who

am I?

How

do I

get there?

Where

am I

going?

Steps toCareer Preparation Success

STEP 1

Self-assessment

STEP 5

Keeping the Job

STEP 2

Career Exploration

STEP 3

Making a Decision

STEP 4

The Job Search


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Self Assessment: Interests

  • Think about your interests: What do you like to do? Think about experiences you have enjoyed. What kind of school, religious, social, or sports activities do you like?

  • Make a list of 10 activities you have enjoyed doing in the past four years.

  • Evaluate those interests. Think about what you liked about the activities. What challenges did the activities offer? What skills do you need to develop further to continue in those activities?


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Self Assessment: Skills

  • Consider your skills:Evaluate school, volunteer, work, or leisure experiences.

  • Make a list of your school activities (clubs, organizations to which you belonged). Make a list of any volunteer work you have done (either through social, civic or religious organizations).

  • Once you have found a career that matches your interests and skills, you may need to research career options. Check out the following links to internet-based information.


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Career ExplorationLocate information on careers and job opportunities in the:

OccupationalOutlookHandbook

A classic reference about occupations from A to Z. Compiled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Includes a description of the work, training and educational requirements.

www.bls.gov/oco


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Career Options

Bureau of Labor Statistics, “JOBS FOR KIDS WHO LIKE…”. Includes a teacher’s guide, online career information , and other

educational resources.

http://www.bls.gov/k12/

Photo: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


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Career Exploration Options

“Occupational Information Network (O*NET).” Links to occupational information. O*NET is an interactive Web site that covers skills, work requirements and job descriptions.

http://online.onetcenter.org/A Web application for job seekers, employment professionals, and others interested in exploring occupations through O*NET


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