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  1. Career Development Training Program California Conservation Corps Module 1 Self-Assessment, Occupational Research, Goal Setting

  2. Career Development Cycle

  3. Self-Assessment and Occupational Exploration

  4. Self- Assessments Why is it necessary to do a self- assessment? Discovery Represent Yourself Find A Good Fit

  5. Self- Assessments 3 types of self- assessments • Skills Inventory • California CareerZone Skills Profiler • O*Net Skills Profiler • Work Importance • California CareerZone Work Importance Locator • Interests/RIASEC • California CareerZone Interest Inventory

  6. Self- Assessments California CareerZone Portfolio Creating an account will allow you to save your assessment results and favorite occupations.

  7. Self- Assessments California CareerZone Skills Profiler Start a new Skills Profiler: Go Begin Assessment Skills Profiler


  9. Self- Assessments

  10. Self- Assessments

  11. California CareerZone Work Importance Self- Assessments Work Values Which of these are most important to you in your ideal job?

  12. California CareerZone Work Importance Self- Assessments

  13. California CareerZone Work Importance Self- Assessments

  14. California CareerZone Work Importance Self- Assessments What do you think your results will be? Make sure to update your actual results in the Work Importance Locator worksheet.

  15. RIASEC Self- Assessments RIASEC= Interests When your job matches your interests, you are more likely to be happy and successful at work.

  16. RIASEC Self- Assessments Realistic Interested in Athletics; good with hands; prefer to work with objects, machines, plants or animals rather than people. Prefer to do the job without a lot of talk or debate. Investigative Likes to observe, learn, evaluate, or solve problems. This type is associated with scientific/academic pursuits. Prefer to analyze problems, evaluate options/data, set action, and analyze results. Artistic Interested in Artistic expression. Likes to work in unstructured situations using imagination and creativity. Relies heavily on intuition and imagination.

  17. RIASEC Self- Assessments Social Likes to work in some helping capacity: informing, teaching, developing, curing people. Will try to find solutions equitable for all concerned. Good at networking with people. Enterprising Likes to work with people in leadership capacity- managing, performing, influencing. Prefer to investigate a direct plan of action to be carried out by others. Focused on achieving the goal, not concerned with minor details. Conventional Likes to work with data and numbers, more than people. Likes following instructions rather than being in charge. Prefers a defined structured plan of action. Attention to detail. Enjoys putting all pieces of a plan together.

  18. RIASEC Code Self- Assessments

  19. California CareerZone Interest Profiler Self- Assessments

  20. California CareerZone Interest Profiler Self- Assessments

  21. California CareerZone Interest Profiler Self- Assessments Whatdo the results say about you? Do you agree? Make sure to record your results in the Interest Profiler worksheet.

  22. Exploring Occupations Exploring Occupations • 900 occupations to explore • Assessments serve as a filter for you. Only explore occupations that are relevant to your results. • Occupational Profiles include: • Summary of job duties • Job titles • Educational requirements • Things they need to know and be able to do • Average wage (not a starting wage) • Occupational outlook • Similar occupations • Where to explore occupational profiles: • California CareerZone • O*Net

  23. Exploring Occupations • Sign in to your California CareerZone account. • At the welcome page for each of the assessments, click on ‘Go’ next to ‘View Results’. Click on ‘View Occupations’. • Explore the list of occupations provided and bookmark any that interest you. • Update your Occupational Research worksheet with occupations that interest you from each assessment.

  24. Exploring Occupations

  25. Exploring Occupations O*Net provides Occupational Profiles as well. On the Skills Search click all the same categories from your Skills Profiler results. Explore the occupations and update your Occupational Research Worksheet with occupations that interest you.

  26. Exploring Occupations • Informational Interviews • An interview that you initiate; you ask the questions. • Purpose: to obtain information about an occupation or an industry. NOT to get a job. • Here are some ways to find people to interview: • Make a list of people you know and what they do for work. The person you need to interview may be a family member or close friend. • If you don’t know someone in that specific occupation, ask people you know if they know someone. • If that doesn’t work, look online for someone local that is in that occupation. • How to contact someone for an Informational Interview: • Tell the person who you are and you are looking for someone to conduct an informational interview with. • Ask them if they can meet with you for at most 30 minutes. • If they can’t meet with you, ask them if they know someone who might be willing to be interviewed.

  27. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars

  28. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars What is a goal? A goal is an outcome Setting a goal helps you to achieve and plan the necessary steps Types of goals: Short term Long term

  29. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars Short-Term Goals Finishing C.O.M.E.T Keeping up uniform appearance Showing up on time Coming to work everyday Going to school everyday Keeping up with volunteer hours Receiving good evaluation with C1 Getting to know staff and other corpsmembers

  30. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars Long-Term Goals Receiving John Muir Charter Diploma Receiving CCC and AmeriCorps Scholarships Receiving Class C License Receiving Class B License Promoting to Conservationist 1 position Obtaining better Job/Career

  31. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars Question: What is the purpose of goal setting?

  32. Goals: Setting Your Course Toward the Stars Goal Setting: Gives me guidance to things I would like to accomplish. Helps me see where I have been and where I want to go. Opens the opportunity to actively take control of my life. Helps me make better choices and stay focused on a positive, high-quality pathway. Can you think of other reasons to set goals?

  33. Classroom Presentation

  34. Classroom Presentation 10 minute presentation including: Ideal occupation(s) Informational interview overview SMART Goal Presentation format suggestions: Powerpoint Activity Handouts

  35. What is Next?

  36. What is next? Module 2: Application, Resume, Cover Letter, References and Electronic Storage Employee History Template State Application CCC Resume CCC Cover Letter Professional References