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  1. Kids2College Lesson 2, Career Exploration

  2. Objectives: • By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: • Describe where you see yourself in 15 years • Complete a interest inventory • Identify careers that meet your interests and talents • Link career aspirations to college

  3. Vocabulary • Career • Postsecondary eduation

  4. For Career Research • Visit AKCIS • Visit the Bureau of Labor and Statistics’ “What do you like”” • http://www.bls.gov/k12

  5. Opening Journal • Turn to page 11 in your student handbook. • Last lesson, we had the chance to learn about the different types of postsecondary education that are available to you. We also completed pages 7 and 8. These pages helped us understand how postsecondary education can affect the amount of money you will make.

  6. According to Holland • According to John Holland's theory, most people are one of six personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.

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  9. Career Interest Inventory • Turn to page 12 in your student handbook • Next, place a checkmark next to each item that you feel describes you. • Count the number of checkmarks and place that number in the final column.

  10. Holland Codes • R-Realistic Theme: “R” theme people usually have good physical skills, but sometimes have trouble expressing themselves in words or in communicating their feelings to others.

  11. Holland Codes • I-Investigative Theme: “I” theme people tend to center around science and scientific activities.

  12. Holland Codes • A-Artistic Theme: “A” theme people like to work in artistic settings where there are many opportunities for self-expression.

  13. Holland Codes • S-Social Theme: “S” types are sociable, responsible, humanistic, and concerned with the welfare of others.

  14. Holland Codes • E-Enterprising Theme: “E” are great with using their words and can be persuasive.

  15. Holland Codes • C-Conventional Theme: “C” type prefer the highly ordered activities (both verbal and numerical) that characterize office work.

  16. Practice/Group Work: Gathering Information Go to page 17 • Job Title: Accountant • What kind of work do they do? Keeps track of how much money a person or company has and prepares budgets • Do you have to go to college to work in this field? Yes • What degrees are usually required to work in the career you identified? Bachelor’s Degree • Do people who work in the career you have chosen need to take any special tests or get a certain license? No • What kind of salary do people with this career make? $67,190 • Do you know anyone who has this career? Yes

  17. Gathering Information on Careers Go to page 16 • For each of the careers you would like to learn more about, gather the following information and record in your student handbook on page 16. • Job Title • What kind of work do they do? • Do you have to go to college to work in this field? • What degrees are usually required to work in the career you identified? • Do people who work in the career you have chosen need to take any special tests or get a certain license? • What kind of salary do people with this career make? • Do you know anyone who has this career?

  18. Closing Journal Go to page 25 Please complete before next class on February 27th.