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  1. Student Name Teacher Name English 11 Period # Date • I want to be a Veterinarian. • My personality survey said I was a guardian. • Veterinarian was one of the careers listed as fitting my interests on Ocis. • A Veterinarian is a career that fits my personality and is what I want to do the rest of my life.

  2. To get ahead in veterinarian school, its good to have a better idea of the subject matter that you will be studying. Taking some helpful high school classes is a great idea. • Take as many math and science classes as you can(Helpful High School Courses). • AP classes are good if your school has them, if you do well in them you may receive collage credit(Helpful High School Courses). • Some helpful electives to take are, Anatomy and Physiology, animal Science, computer Applications, food and nutrition, safety and first Aid(Helpful High School Courses). • Students should check with their school counselor and see it they can have work-based learning opportunities, including field trips, shadowing, internship and actual work experience. This helps build your experience for real-life work(Helpful High School Courses). • Joining groups or having hobbies can help you make new friends and may help your future career choice(Helpful High School Courses).

  3. People who want to become veterinarians must have a lot of preparation and schooling. They must get at least four years of training after high school to get a job as a vet. • To get into a vet school, you need to take at least two courses in pre-veterinarian school, and most students have a bachelors degree when they apply (Preparation). • In veterinarian school, you take courses in basic sciences such as anatomy, micro biology, biochemistry, and physiology (Preparation). • You must have a high school diploma, or GED, and graduate from veterinary medicine school (Preparation). • After vet school, if you want to specialize in an area such as internal medicine, radiology, or exotic small animal medicine you must complete a one year internship. Interns usually receive a small salary(Preparation). • Finally you must pass a state licensing exam to get you veterinarian license(Preparation).

  4. Being a veterinarian requires special skills, abilities and interests. These are needed to be a veterinarian, they may also help you decide which field you want to specialize in such as small animal, large animal, or equine. • Being able to communicate is very important, you should be able to listen to others, understand and ask them questions, read and understand written information, and to be able to speak and express ideas to others (Skills and Abilities). • Veterinarians need to problem solve for a major part of the job. They need to use reasoning to identify problems and find a possible solution, be able to take a lot of information and draw a conclusion from that. They should be able to concentrate and not be distracted form a task and think of new ways to solve problems(Skills and Abilities). • Use math and science skills to solve problems (Skills and Abilities). • Work with people and things, such as tools and equipment (Skills and Abilities). • Veterinarians are people who like the accomplishments of their work, they like to make decisions and try out their own ideas, like to be the person to tell others what to do and be looked up to by others (Interests). • Bryan Mcnabb, a veterinarian in Lebanon, said that “Because I had a background in riding horses and love for them, I fashioned my education in such a manor to allow me to practice on them.  Meaning, my extra classes and internships were focused on horses.”

  5. A veterinarian has very different working conditions than other jobs, a lot of time and energy need to be devoted to the job. • A veterinarian needs socials skills since they will be working with pets and their owners(Working Conditions). • You need to be responsible for the animals you are caring for and you need to know how to deal with unhappy owners, because a sick or injured pet may make them stressed (Working Conditions). • Veterinarians need to be able to work in a team or a group of people(Working Conditions). • You need to be exact in your work, its very important that you don’t endanger the health or safety of the animal you are treating(working Conditions). • Be able to make decisions on your own, veterinarians rarely consult other veterinarians before making decisions(Working Conditions) • Vets need to be able to make strict deadlines(Working Conditions). • They work more than 50 hour work weeks, be on call for emergencies, need to travel to farms and ranches, and may works nights and evenings(Working Conditions).

  6. Veterinarians have a lot of physical demands from the job. Some of the work can be very difficult of on a person physically. • Veterinarians sit, kneel, and stand when examining animals, they also work with their hands to handle to handle, control, or feel objects, tools, or objects (Physical Demands). • It is important for veterinarians to be able to see details of objects closer than three feet away, speak clearly for others to understand them, then understand someone else's speech(Physical Demands). • They should be able to use their fingers to grasp, move and assemble objects, then hold one arm very still while moving the other(Physical Demands). • It is not as important but necessary to use your hands to assemble small objects, make quick, precise adjustments to machine controls, see the details of objects more than three feet away, see differences between colors and shades of colors, and hear differences in sounds(Physical Demands). • You should be able to focus one source of sound and ignore others, move two body parts while still staying in one place, such as two arms, two legs, or one leg and one arm. Then be able to use your stomach and lower back to support the body for long periods of time without getting tired(Physical Demands). • For an equine vet their a lot of physical demands because the animals they are working with are large and unpredictable (Bryan Mcnabb).

  7. There are many common work activities that are for all jobs, not just for veterinarians. • For any job you need to be able to make decisions and solve problems, get information needed for the job and work with the public(Common Work Activities). • People need to be able to care for others, teach others, establish and maintain relationships with others, and communicate with people from other organizations(Common Work Activities). • You should develop and build teams, and be able to communicate with your supervisors peers and subordinates, be able to explain information to others. You will need to process information, then organize, plan and prioritize your work(Common Working Conditions). • Then it is important to analyze data or information, document and record information, and update and use job-related knowledge(Common Work Activities).

  8. For a normal day at a veterinarian clinic, there are specific tasks to accomplish. All vets should be able to accomplish these tasks. • The main job of the vet is to examine and treat sick or injured animals(Tasks). • They need to give animals vaccines to prevent diseases and be able to drive to farms and do this as well(Tasks). • They should specialize in a specific area of treatment, such as surgery(Tasks) • A vet usually picks a field of animals to teat, such as small animal, large animal and equine. You can do more than one of these, that is called a mixes practice(Scott Strosnider). • They must train and supervise assistants and technicians, they must also be able to euthanize animals, or put them to “sleep”(Tasks). • If an animal dies or is already dead they should be able to find out what happened to the animal to make it die(Tasks). • They need to be able to test drugs and equipment on animals, they should be able to conduct research, and establish and conduct testing to prevent disease in animals(Tasks). • Vets should also know how to plan nutrition and nutrition programs, and perform administrative duties such as scheduling appointments(Tasks).

  9. My personality survey said that I was a guardian, which is good because the personality traits match up with the general expectations of Veterinarians. • Veterinarians need to be able to work in a team or group of people(Working Conditions). The keirsey survey determined that I enjoy working as a valued member of a team(Keirsey). • Veterinarians also need to be responsible for the animals they are caring for and they need to know how to deal with unhappy owners, because a sick or injured pet may make them stressed (Working Conditions). They keirsey survey said guardians were responsible people(Keirsey). • One must enjoy solving problems to be a veterinarian(Skills and Abilities), and after taking the interest profiler on ocis and I found that I like to investigate problems(Interest Profiler)

  10. Being a Veterinarian is what I want to do in my life. • My personality survey matched my career choice with personality traits. • I think this job is the best fit for me and one I can do very well in.

  11. Works Cited • "Helpful High School Courses." Ocis. The University of Oregon. Web. 9 Oct. 2011.<http://www.ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480 &TopicNum=9>. • "Interests." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 13 Oct. 2011. <http://ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&TopicNum =14>. • Mcnabb, Bryan. E-mail interview. 4 Oct. 2011. • "Physical Demands." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 16 Oct. 2011. <http://ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&TopicNum =5>. • "Preparation." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 9 Oct. 2011. <http://www.ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&Topic Num=8>. • "Skills and Abilities." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 10 Oct. 2011. <http://ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&TopicNum =6>. • Strosnider, Scott. E-mail interview. 4 Oct. 2011. • "Task List." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 16 Oct. 2011. <http://ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&TopicNum =2>. • "Working Conditions." Ocis. University of Oregon. Web. 10 Oct. 2011. <http://ocis.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100480&TopicNum =4>.