'where in the world'. Future Career Intro to College Prep And Career Awareness. Career Goals and Steps to your Future. Objective: You will brainstorm and gather information to evaluate what steps you need to take to achieve your career goals. DRILL:
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Intro to College Prep
And Career Awareness
Objective: You will brainstorm and gather information to evaluate what steps you need to take to achieve your career goals.
Not necessarily profit-making in a conventional business sense - it can be a service of any sort; some people for example seek to be careers, or writers, or gardeners, or cooks, to have a shop or a cafe, or to teach others. It is important to emphasize that everyone - not just entrepreneurs - can follow their dreams. Visualizing and stating one's dreams helps greatly to make them happen. Think about and express personal dreams and passions relating to your ideal business or service activity or enterprise, which involves exploring their fulfilment of personal potential and strengths.
2.Write down your ideas: Provide as much detail as possible.
3. Close your eyes and think where in the world would you locate your business/service activity and why?
4. Describe the place in as much detail as you can.
The activity is an opportunity for people to think and imagine possibilities for themselves beyond the constraints that often limit us and our fulfilment.
What other ideas do you have for your future?
1. What do you need to reach your goals?
2. What steps you need to take? Today? This month? This year?
3. What certifications or degrees do you need?
Objective: You will research tips and strategies for choosing a college in order to match your needs as a student.
1. Pick up a College GuideA good college guide can help you choose a college by offering detailed school profiles. You'll learn about the programs offered, tuition costs, campus culture, and much more. College guides that I recommend include: Complete Book of Colleges, America's Best Value Colleges, and Best 361 Colleges2. Visit the School's WebsiteYou can't choose a college without knowing what type of programs they offer. One of the easiest ways to get this info is through the school's website. 3. Talk to College StudentsIf you want to get the skinny on a college, you need to talk to one or more of the people who attend the school. They can give you the type of information that you'll never find in a college brochure.
Click on the site above to view 15 traits to look for in your perfect college.
Drawing by Laura Reyome
Objective: You will analyze facts about financial aid in college in order for you to increase your awareness.
Students are to stand if they identify with the statement. Please stand up if:
1.You lost a family member on 9/11
2.You have parents in the military
3.You have done voluntary community service
4.You are the first person in your family to go to college
5.Your write poetry, short stories are engage in creative arts
6. You are considered a minority. (NON-WHITE black, Hispanic, Asian, East Indian)
7. You come from a low income household.
8. You are a non-citizen of the United States.
9. You are 22 years old or older.
10. You want to major in math, science, engineering, technology or foreign language.
11. You are a young woman.
12. You are a minority male.
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