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Welcome to the…. Higher Education Workshop. Introduction. Begin Your C areer P ath. Establishment. Exploration. The structure of this on-going workshop. 1 . The on-going workshop meets monthly and is volunteer.

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Welcome to the

Welcome to the…

Higher Education Workshop


Introduction

Begin Your Career Path

Establishment

Exploration


The structure of this on going workshop
The structureof this on-going workshop

1. The on-going workshop meets monthly and is volunteer.

2. Students are made aware of HECCS through fliers, social- networking, staff, counselors, and word of mouth.

3. Meetings are held during Friday mornings when most students are not in class.


The structure of this on going workshop1
The structureof this on-going workshop

4. Students are enticed to attend by being offered individual attention and FREE FOOD.

5. Counselors reach out to individuals and schedule 1:1 sessions for more in-depth and personal career exploration.

6. Counselors conduct a mixed-method study to evaluate and fine-tune the workshop and to gain student, parent, and administrator support.


The g oals of this on going workshop
The goalsof this on-going workshop

1. Increase student awareness of career counseling services available to them.2. Educate students of various aspects of career exploration and self-concept.3. Increase job-seeking skills.

4. Educate students about employment trends.

5. Prepare students to enter the workforce.


IMAGINE you are now traveling back in time when you may have been a college student with a case of CAREER INDESCION


Goal 1 increase student awareness of career counseling services
Goal 1:Increase Student Awareness of Career Counseling Services

Brittany is going to walk you through our Facebook page and flier

CareerPathWorkshops


Lastly Kofi will help you understand the student -employee role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

4 Step Intervention for Goals 2-5

Then, Stesha will lead you in a discussion about labor market trends and in-demand careers

Next you will participate in an interview skill – building exercise with partners, lead by Brittany

First, you will work with Angela and the group to explore

your personality and self-concept

Step 4

Step 3

Step 2

Step 1


Personality and self concept
Personality and Self Concept role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

Objective: Students will be able to answer these questions:

“Why am I interested in certain jobs”?

“What can my personality tell me about possible career options?


Literature review
Literature Review role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

  • The MBTI is based on Jungian-type theory (Jung, 1990/1971) and originally was developed as a career counseling tool (McCaulley, 1990).

  • Approximately 2 million copies of the MBTI are sold each year (Healy, 2001), making it the most widely used personality instrument in the world (Jackson, Parker, & Dipboye, 1996; Quenk, 2000).

  • The MBTI yields four bipolar preference scores: extraversion-introversion, sensing-intuition, thinking-feeling, and judging-perceiving (Myers et al., 1998).


Literature review1
Literature Review role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

  • MBTI is explicitly marketed as a tool to aid in selecting majors and careers.

  • MBTI promotes understanding of why those careers are of interest.

  • The MBTI also has been described as effective in increasing self- awareness, enhancing understanding of decision-making processes and preferences, and improving interpersonal communication (McCaulley, 1990).

  • Apostal(1988) found that the MBTI stimulates self-concept exploration.

  • Katz, Joyner, and Seaman (1999) found that the MBTI was as effective as the Strong Interest Inventory


Intervention objectives
Intervention Objectives role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

At the end of this activity students will be able to:

  • Record their MTBI type

  • Explore their personality profile

  • Discuss insights into their self-concept and job preferences


Activity directions
Activity Directions role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

  • Go to: http://www.humanmetrics.com/

  • Under Jung Typology section Click “Take Test”

    • answer quickly and honestly, don’t over-think it,

    • Click “Score It”

  • Then Click exampleENFP type description by D.Keirsey

  • Click on exampleMore About Your Idealist Champion Personality:Best Job Fit for Idealists (your may say guardian, rational, artisan, or idealist)


  • Activity discussion
    Activity Discussion role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

    • What did you discover about your personality preference?

    • According to your type what types of career fields and occupations are you attracted to?

    • Are there any discrepancies between your predicted Jungian type and your real life?

    • What have you learned about yourself and your major of choice upon reading your profile?


    Resume building interview skills
    Resume Building & Interview Skills role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

    Objective: Students will be able to answer this question:

    “How do I get my dream job?”


    Literature review2
    Literature Review role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    Intervention objectives1
    Intervention Objectives role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    Activity directions1
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    Job trends future predictions
    Job Trends & Future Predictions role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

    Objective: Students will be able to answer this question:

    “Will there be jobs in my field?”


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    Intervention
    Intervention role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    The college student to employee transition
    The College Student to Employee Transition role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

    Objective: Students will be able to answer this question:

    “How do I become a successful employee?”


    Literature review4
    Literature Review role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    Intervention objectives2
    Intervention Objectives role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    Activity directions2
    Activity Directions role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

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    Conclusion
    Conclusion role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career

    Thank you!

    Students you are encouraged to sign up for a session with your counselor to continue the career counseling process.

    Please complete the survey in person or on our Facebook page.


    References
    References role transition and exploration stage into establishment stage of your career


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