Once you gain a sense of your interests and careers that might fit them, you can focus on building skills and knowledge in a particular field. To do this, you need to gather some information. Explore our databases that contain detailed information about different career paths. Those detailed overviews contain links to professional organizations, graduate programs, and other resources. Use these resources to help you find answers to your questions. In addition, Career Services has a library with reference books and their website has links to other databases containing valuable career information.
Over time, they might narrow their list, influenced largely by careers encountered through family, friends, school, and the media. As parents, Learning Coaches, and teachers, we need to consciously expose our children to careers that may lie outside our own experience. How do we do that? Keep reading to learn more about possible career exploration activities for your kids.
Once they have fully implemented the system, they often share fun career-themed student activities with me. Below are four of my favorites. Teachers also wore T-shirts representing their own unique career interests!
Download an interactive PDF of this worksheet to fill out. Here is a list of suggested Career Planning activities. Some of them you might have to work on, while others you are just starting. Identify the activities that you have not completed, and use your campus resources i. Now that you have a better understanding of what you have done and need to do, the next step is to put together a Strategic Plan for your Four Year Career Plan.