Your Career Path Starts Here. . X. Purpose of this Assembly. To make you aware that the change in the economy and the workforce affects you . To explain the need for career planning NOW. To give information about the class, Career Pathways and Workforce Readiness
Career Pathways and Workforce Readiness
… but will leave knowing, understanding, thinking, planning.
Davis and Derosa Physical Therapy
The future leaders of the workforce
-Stay on top of current events.
-Develop an opinion.
-Take social responsibility.
It is indeed true that the majority of today's students are beginning to acknowledge and fear the existence of a spiraling recession. However, American students are not reacting strongly enough to the impending crisis ahead of them. Gordon, in his editorial "College Freshmen Focused on Jobs," gives "optimistic" statistics such as "those who said they spent some time 'partying' every week during high school declined from 69.7% to 65.3%." Although the editorial argues that this decrease of 4.4% is ground-breaking, 65.3% is still a HUGE number. Students should be studying…like students in Asia or other countries that do not have such a luxurious life as Americans. -Timothy Liu, El Segundo
What kind of employee will you be when your boss is away???
Step 1: Who am I? (Personality, Learning Styles, and Skills)
Step 2: Where am I going? (Careers)
Step 3: How do I get there? (Education and Training)
Set goals. Have a plan. Write it out. Rehearse it!
Could you part with your mobile device for one whole day???
“Your team is only as strong as your weakest player.”
Learn to work together, despite your differences.
Reflect on what you’ve heard and learned.
Beyond the school setting!
Morgan Rojas – Production Assistant; ESHS Class of 2006
Ryan Rojas – Class of 2008
Sound and Lighting Interns:
Sean Rodriguez, Julia Sison , Taylor Cahn, Anthony Rico
Abby Pinto, Video Production Class