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Career Planning. Mike Walker UNIV1011: University Success November 4, 2002. Overview of this Lecture. Review of Basic Concepts Nipissing University Resources Career Resource People Career Resource Materials Personal Career Planning/Resources Learning Style and Career Planning

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career planning

Career Planning

Mike Walker

UNIV1011: University Success

November 4, 2002

overview of this lecture
Overview of this Lecture
  • Review of Basic Concepts
  • Nipissing University Resources
    • Career Resource People
    • Career Resource Materials
  • Personal Career Planning/Resources
    • Learning Style and Career Planning
    • Self-Evaluation Activities
    • Further Internet Resources
basic concepts

Basic Concepts

Overview of text material

but i don t know what i want to do
Know thyself

Ask others

Plan your life

Plan your career

Consider further schooling

Draw on other resources

Do some research

Choose a complementary minor

Invent a specialty

Just choose

Choose again

Pages 368 - 369

“But I don’t know what I want to do”
changing schools post grad
Know key terms

Transfer

Course equivalents

Articulation agreements

Prerequisites

Learn about the different types of schools . . .

Number of students

Class sizes

Contact with instructors

Admission criteria

Availability of degrees

Costs

Mission

Location

Religious affiliation

Diversity

Pages 370 - 371

Changing schools (post-grad)
changing schools post grad6
Dig up other key factors

create your own academic profile

list school’s requirements

draw up a list of your equivalents

Turn to three basic sources

materials

people

your own experience

Put choice in context

family & support

purpose, values & goals

instinct & intuition

just choose

Changing schools (post-grad)
think about
Think about . . .
  • Contributing (p. 375)
    • what do you need for yourself
    • what do you want to give to others
  • Career Planning (p. 378)
  • Job Skills (p. 381)
    • Conference Board of Canada
    • www.conferenceboard.ca
      • Handout
nipissing university

Nipissing University

Career Resources

don t forget about your professors

Don’t forget about your professors . . .

their resources can be limitless!

career resource people
Career Resource People
nipissing university career seminars for 2002 2003

Nipissing UniversityCareer Seminars for 2002- 2003

for more information see the Student Affairs Office - A201

career counselling seminars
Career Counselling Seminars
  • Bi-weekly, 1-hour introductory Career Planning Seminars for students.
    • Location: Student Affairs, Rm. A201
    • Dates:
      • November 15, 2002 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • November 29, 2002 - 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
      • January 17, 2003 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • January 31, 2003 - 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
      • etc.
    • Contact: Sheila Etches
    • Email:[email protected]
    • Phone: 474-3450, ext. 4331
career week workshops november 18 22 and again in feb mar
Career Week WorkshopsNovember 18-22 and again in Feb/Mar
  • Organizing Your Job Search
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • School to Work Transition
    • Please register at Student Affairs (A201) for these workshops.
    • Contact: Wendy McCoy
    • Email:[email protected]
    • Phone: 474-3461 ext 4331
career week workshops november 18 22 and again in feb mar14
Career Week WorkshopsNovember 18-22 and again in Feb/Mar
  • What Can I Do With My Degree?  
    • Please register at Student Affairs (A201) for this workshop.
    • Contact: Sheila Etches
    • Email:[email protected]
    • Phone: 474-3461 ext 4331
career week workshops november 18 22 and again in feb mar15
Career Week WorkshopsNovember 18-22 and again in Feb/Mar
  • School to Work Transition  
    • March 5, 2002 - 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
    • Please register at Student Affairs (A201) for this workshop.
    • Contact: Wendy McCoy
    • Email:[email protected]
    • Phone: 474-3461 ext 4331
national occupational classification http www23 hrdc drhc gc ca

National Occupational Classificationhttp://www23.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/

national occupational classification
National Occupational Classification
  • Since its introduction in 1992, the National Occupational Classification system continues to be the authoritative resource on occupational information in Canada. The NOC is used daily by thousands of people to understand the jobs found throughout Canada\'s labour market.
national occupational classification18
National Occupational Classification
  • Management Occupations
    • (Bank of Montreal, The Prudential…)
  • Business, Finance and Administration
    • (Bell Canada, Treasury Board of Canada…)
  • Natural and Applied Sciences and Related
    • (Careers in Mathematical Sciences, Ontario Hydro…)
  • Health
    • (Careers in Pharmacy, Massage Therapy…)
national occupational classification continued
National Occupational Classification continued . . .
  • Social Sciences, Education, Government Science and Religion
    • (Canadian Armed Forces, OPP Application Package, The Foreign Service…)
  • Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport
    • (Publishing Careers and Professional Development, YMCA…)
  • Sales and Service
    • (Bell Sygma Telecommunications, SunLife, Met Life…)
national occupational classification continued20
National Occupational Classification continued . . .
  • Trades, Transportation and Equipment Operators and Related
    • (Canadian Trucking HR Council, The Future is Yours to Build…)
  • Primary Industry
    • (Essential Careers in Agriculture and Food)
  • Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
    • (Canada Packers Inc., etc.)

All of this Online at

http://www.worklogic.com:81/noc/home.html

career planning development
Career Planning & Development
  • Career Magazines (usually in Student Affairs)
    • Career Options
    • Career World
    • Realm
    • jobpostings
  • Graduate Studies
    • GradSource – The Magazine for Graduate Studies
career planning development moving to library
Career Planning & Development – moving to library
  • General Career Planning Resources
    • (Accounting to Zoology, Career Research Guide, Computer Studies…)
  • General Career Planning for Teachers
    • (The ABC\'s of Surviving Your First Weeks in the Classroom, Faculty of Education Workshop…)
job search skills moving to library
Job Search Skills– moving to library
  • Resume Writing Resources
    • (The Damn Good Resume Guide, The Resume Guide, Electronic Resume Revolution...)
  • Interview Preparation Resources
    • (How to Turn an Interview Into a Job, Preparing for the Interview…)
  • General Job Search Resources
    • (21 Steps to a Better Job, Career Directions, How to Get a Job, Using the Internet…)
employment placement moving to library
Employment/Placement– moving to library
  • Contact Resource
    • (Government of Canada Phone Directory, Social Services Directory, Who\'s Who in Canadian Placement…)
  • International Employment Resources
    • (International Exchange Programs, Working and Living Overseas…)
employment placement cont moving to library
Employment/Placement cont.– moving to library
  • International Employment for Teachers
    • (International School Services, KOM-International Education Consultants…)
  • Schools and School Boards Resources
    • (Ontario Public School Teacher\'s Federation, Ontario Boards Surveying Hiring Information, Directory of Education Schools and Boards…)
professional training certification programs moving to library
Professional Training& Certification Programs – moving to library
  • Correspondence Programs
    • (Directory of Distance Education Courses, Independent Learning Centre, UCAN…)
  • Specific Post Secondary Studies
    • (Addiction Research, Arts (fine & creative), Business Schools, CMA, CA, CGA, Law, Medicine, Real Estate…)
graduate professional school entrance examinations testing moving to library
Graduate & Professional School Entrance Examinations & Testing– moving to library
  • Professional Graduate School Admission Testing
    • (Dental Aptitude Test, Guides for GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT tests…)
information about specific professional programs
Information about SpecificProfessional Programs
  • Law Schools and the LSAT:
    • Law School Admission Test
  • http://admin.acadiau.ca/counsel/law.htm
  • Graduate Schools and GRE Information:
    • Graduate Record Exam
  • http://admin.acadiau.ca/counsel/grad.htm
  • Medical Schools and the MCAT:
    • Medical School Admission Test
  • http://admin.acadiau.ca/counsel/med.htm
information about specific professional programs29
Information about SpecificProfessional Programs
  • Admission to MBA Programs:
    • Graduate Management Admission Test
  • http://admin.acadiau.ca/counsel/bus.htm
  • Educational Resource Links:
    • Preparation and Review Links Online (for graduate exams)          
    • Graduate School and Professional Resources Online           
  • http://admin.acadiau.ca/counsel/edlinks.htm
publications and journals university calendars library
Publications and Journals & University Calendars - library
  • Sources, Job Mart Newspaper, University Affairs, Communication Briefings, The Chronicle
  • Canadian Universities by Province
  • International Universities
    • (Most universities in the U.K., various universities in France, Germany, Australia, United States, etc.)
your career

Your Career

Personal Career Planning and Resources

learning style career planning
Learning Style & Career Planning
  • Review your KOLB learning style
    • Diverger
    • Assimilator
    • Converger
    • Accommodator
  • Career Map

handout

diverger
Diverger
  • Best at concrete experience and reflective observation. Their strengths lie in an imaginative ability. They tend to be interested in people and emotional elements. People with this learning style tend to become counselors, organizational development specialists and personnel managers. They have broad cultural interests and tend to specialize in the arts. This style is characterizes individuals from humanities and liberal arts backgrounds.
assimilator
Assimilator
  • Learning dominated by abstract conceptualization and reflective observation. Their strengths lie in their ability to create theoretical models. They tend to be less interested in people and less concerned with practical applications of knowledge. They are often more concerned with abstract concepts. Assimilators are often found in research and planning departments. This learning style is more characteristic of basic science and mathematics than applied sciences.
converger
Converger
  • Dominant learning abilities are abstract conceptualization and active experimentation. The converger\'s greatest strength is in the practical application of idea. They tend to be relatively unemotional. They prefer to deal with things rather than people. Convergers tend to have narrow technical interests and quite often choose to specialize in the physical sciences.
accommodator
Accommodator
  • Best at concrete experience and active experimentation, their strengths lie in doing things and involving themselves in new experiences. They are called accommodators because they excel in adapting to specific immediate circumstances. They tend to solve problems intuitively, relying on others for information. Accommodators are often found working in marketing and sales. The accommodator is at ease with people but is sometimes seen as impatient and pushy. This learner\'s educational background is often in technical or practical fields such as business.
multiple intelligences
Howard Gardner

Linguistic

Math/Logical

Spatial

Kinesthetic

Musical

Interpersonal

Intrapersonal

Interest may = Aptitude, Strength & Preference

vs

Disinterest may = Ineptitude, Weakness & Prejudice

Multiple Intelligences
linguistic intelligence is
Linguistic Intelligence is
  • the capacity to effectively employ words, either orally (e.g., politician, public speaker, storyteller, talk show host) or in writing (e.g., journalist, playwright, poet, editor).
logical mathematical intelligence is
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence is
  • the capacity to effectively employ numbers (e.g., mathematician, statistician, tax accountant) and to reason soundly (e.g., computer programmer, logician, scientist).
spatial intelligence is
Spatial Intelligence is
  • the capacity to perceive the visual-spatial world accurately (e.g., guide, hunter, scout) and to perform transformations upon those perceptions (e.g. artist, engineer, surgeon, interior decorator, cabinet maker).
bodily kinesthetic intelligence is
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence is
  • the capacity to use your complete body in expressing ideas and feelings (e.g., actor, athlete, dancer, mime), including the facility to use your hand\'s to create or transform things (e.g., artistic painter, mechanic, sculptor, surgeon).
musical intelligence is
Musical Intelligence is
  • the capacity with musical forms to perceive (e.g., music lover), discriminate and judge (e.g., music critic), transform (e.g., composer), and express (instrument player/performer).
intrapersonal intelligence is
Intrapersonal Intelligence is
  • the capacity to make discriminations among one\'s own inner feelings, eventually to label these feelings, and to symbolize these feelings.
  • the capacity to understand yourself and to subsequently act adaptively (e.g. introspective novelist or poet, religious professional, "rugged individualist").
interpersonal intelligence is
Interpersonal Intelligence is
  • the capacity to quickly grasp and evaluate the moods, intentions, motivations, and feelings of other people.
  • the capacity to act upon what one grasps and evaluates (e.g. teacher, salesperson, psychologist, politician).
self evaluation activities
Self-Evaluation Activities
  • Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator
    • Angela’s handout and activities
  • TypeFocus™ Career
    • Based on Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator
    • On line and interactive
    • Work with a Career Counsellor
  • See a career counsellor for follow-up and further tools
    • Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator
    • Strong Interest Inventory
nipissing online interactive resources
Nipissing Online & Interactive Resources
  • Career Cruising2000
    • Online and interactive
    • Interactive CD
    • Work with a Career Counsellor
  • e-Choices
    • Online career planning tool
    • Work with a Career Counsellor
mike recommends
Mike recommends . . .
  • Canada Prospects 2002 - 2003
    • http://www.careerccc.org/canadaprospects/
    • on-line version of Canada Prospects publication filled with useful information, profiles, interviews, quizzes, labour market information...
more self evaluation resources
More Self-Evaluation Resources
  • The Career Key, North Carolina State University, career planning quiz:
    • http://www.careerkey.org/english/
  • Attain Career Centre, Steps to Career/Life Planning Success:
    • http://www.attain-ed.com/career_center/introduction.html
mike recommends55
Mike recommends . . .
  • University of Waterloo Career Manual
    • http://www.cdm.uwaterloo.ca/
    • career search including self-assessments, information on decision making, occupational research, employer contacts, resumes, interviewing techniques, with the end result being the "job"
mike recommends56
Mike recommends . . .
  • Career Gateways (newer version seems slow)
    • http://careergateways.org/cg/index.htm
    • a wealth of information about conditions in the labour market and its changing needs, includes information on labour market trends, job classifications and their requirements, as well as job finding and career decision making skills
    • researched and organized to meet the needs of K-12, post secondary and community career counsellors and instructors
mike recommends57
Mike recommends . . .
  • National Graduate Register is
  • Now WorkopolisCampus.com
    • http://campus.workopolis.com/
    • Post-secondary graduates can post resumes on-line, view company profiles and get valuable work search tips.
human resources development canada
Human Resources Development Canada
  • http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/menu/jobs.shtml
  • a quick path to job listings, work search help, resume writing and workplace information (Search the page)
    • Includes Work Search Assistance
    • The "Taking Charge Self-Help Series"
      • Job Hunt Preparation Checklist
      • Looking at Yourself
      • Planning and Organizing Your Job Search
      • Preparing for Your Job Interview
      • Examining Your Options
      • Preparing a Realistic Budget
hrdc job futures essential skills
HRDC –Job Futures/Essential Skills
  • Job Futures - http://jobfutures.ca/
  • Skills for Life Learning and Work

http://www15.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/

    • Reading Text
    • Continuous Learning
    • Document Use
    • Working with Others
    • Writing
    • Numeracy (Math)
    • Thinking Skills
    • Oral Communication
    • Computer Use
quick link summary web resources for career planning
Quick Link Summary – Web Resources for Career Planning
  • Canada Prospects 2002 - 2003
    • http://www.careerccc.org/canadaprospects/
  • University of Waterloo Career Manual
    • http://www.cdm.uwaterloo.ca/
  • Career Gateways (newer version seems slow)
    • http://careergateways.org/cg/index.htm
  • Human Resources Development Canada
    • http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/menu/jobs.shtml
  • Job Futures
    • http://jobfutures.ca/
  • Skills for Life Learning and Work
    • http://www15.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/
announcements reminders
Announcements/Reminders
  • For next Monday, November 11
    • Complete the Locus of Control Web Survey at
  • http://www.dushkin.com/connectext/psy/ch11/survey11.mhtml
  • Print off your results and bring them to class
    • For more info on Locus of Control and Attribution Theory visit
  • http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/g2699/0005/2699000535/p1/article.jhtml
  • http://www.as.wvu.edu/~sbb/comm221/chapters/attrib.htm
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