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How to SLAM DUNK your next presentation

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How to SLAM DUNK your next presentation

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  1. How to SLAM DUNK your next presentation

  2. Avoid Common Mistakes! • Don’t get too fancy! • Make sure everything can be read easily! • Colors! • Font Size! • Font Type! • Too much information! • Don’t copy and paste! • Be relevant and appropriate!

  3. Why I Chose The Other Careers • Historian- I love history • Registered Nurse- I really think it would be great to help people in need. Also I am pretty sure I’d look hot in scrubs. • History Teacher- I love history, its my passion. I also enjoy kids. • Being a paramedic would be a great job. Even though it wouldn’t pay that great. I would love the adrenaline rush of driving the ambulance and knowing that I helped save someone's life.

  4. POTENTIAL EARNINGS • A physical therapist makes 70 to 80 thousand a year • -Usually around 35 to 36 dollars an hour • -Physical therapists are required to have a postgraduate professional degree. Physical therapy programs usually award a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree, although a small number award a Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) degree. Doctoral programs typically last 3 years; MPT programs require 2 to 3 years of study

  5. $POTENTIAL INCOME$ • Starting pay of up to $60,000 • Possible repayment of college loans • 30 days vacation per year • Retirement after 20 years • Tax free pay in combat zones • Tax free allowances for housing and food

  6. Career Choices • Nuclear Engineer • Nuclear Engineers work in labs and offices on experiments. • Physicist • Observe experiments and make theories • Pharmacist • Feels prescriptions and helps customers with questions about medicine • Police Officer • Enforces laws and serves the public

  7. I chose this career because in already getting my private pilot licenses while I am still in high school. And this is a really good job to have because of its benefits, retirement and free trips for your family several times of the year for vacation. Being a pilot is something that I always wonted to do. Why I chose this career

  8. What will I do? • Child and family social workers- protect vulnerable children and help families in need of assistance. They help parents find services, such as child care, or apply for benefits, such as food stamps. They intervene when children are in danger of neglect or abuse. Some help arrange adoptions, locate foster families, or work to get families back together. Clinical social workers provide mental health care to help children and families cope with changes in their lives, such as divorce or other family problems. • School social workers- work with teachers, parents, and school administrators to develop plans and strategies to improve students’ academic performance and social development. Students and their families are often referred to social workers to deal with problems such as aggressive behavior, bullying, or frequent absences from school. • Healthcare social workers- help patients understand their diagnosis and make the necessary adjustments to their lifestyle, housing, or healthcare. They provide information on services, such as home health care or support groups, to help patients manage their illness or disease. Social workers help doctors and other healthcare professionals understand the effects diseases and illnesses have on patients’ mental and emotional health.

  9. Other relevant information • For more information about careers in video game design, read the Occupational Outlook Quarterly article titled “Work for Play: Careers in Video Game Development.” • For information accredited schools of art and design, visit • National Association of Schools of Art and Design

  10. Earnings • According to Go Army's website, a standard 12-man operational detachment of Special Forces is led by a captain. Thesalary of a Special Forces captain depends on his years of service. As of December 2010, the monthly pay of a captain with less than two of years of service in the rank is $3,540.30, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  11. When You Present • Be familiar with your content. • Confidence • Eye Contact • Don’t turn your back on the audience! • Speak up! • Remember body language tells a lot!