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    • www.etsu.com www.stluisschoolnewspaper.com www.lipsip.com www.news.jic.ac.uk.com
    • Career Planning for Education Students There is no substitute for "knowing yourself." -unknown
    • What is career planning? Career planning helps you learn about yourself, your skills, your strengths, weaknesses, and your potential fit for a particular career. Here students learn about the importance of careers, and also learn the basic steps and techniques for preparing for and having a successful career and balanced life.
    • Choose Career Options That Match Your Values Knowing what you value most will help you refine your career search and choice:  Helping others  High income  Flexible work hours Establish and align values, career choice, and career goals for motivation.
    • Career planning for education student Surviving in a Fast Economy You will always have some control over your career. You must accept risks and plan for the future to advance your career. A college degree does not guarantee employment. www.britanica.com
    • Factors to Consider Do:  explore a number of careers and majors  Get advice from people in your target occupation  follow your passion  Dare to try something new Don’t:  focus on a major just to get a career out of it  select a major just because it is “cool” or seems to promise prestige  let someone else push you into a job  Assume that you have it all figured out
    • Factors Affecting Career Choices in education student  Interests  Skills  Aptitudes  People skills  Experience  Family traditions Personality Life goals and work values Inspiringedchat.worldpress.com www.thedigitalattitude.com
    • Exploring Your Interests Holland’s Hexagonal Model of Career Fields Investigativ e Artistic Socia l Realisti c Conventiona l Enterprisin g http://www.careerkey.org/your-personality/hollands-theory-of-career-choice.html#.UisTCX-oA68 Billwarnerpi.com Um-insight.net www.brownpinay.com www.123rf.com www.art-biluders.com
    • Where to Go for Help Career center Faculty Upper-class students Student organizations Placement services ww.stlucyschool.com
    • Education students should Become Knowledgeable About Careers Research several careers, not just one Browse the Careers section of a local bookstore See a career counselor Scope out Internet resources Network--many people love to talk about their jobs! www.freewebs.com
    •  Assess Your Skills  Academic Strengths  Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening  Math  Creative Thinking  Problem Solving and Decision Making  Personal Qualities  Self-Esteem, Self-Management, Responsibility  People Skills  Social, Negotiation, Leadership, Teamwork www.fotosearch.com
    • See a Career Counselor The career counselors at your college are trained professionals who can help you  discover your strengths and weaknesses  evaluate your values and goals  sort through what type of career you want. Kidshealth.org
    • Web sources:Web sources: Occupational Outlook Handbook 11_Careers_new.ppt Career Resource Center http://www.careers.org/ Job Hunt http://www.job-hunt.org The Catapult on Job Web http://www.job-hunt.org/ The Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet www.rileyguide.com Quintessential Careers http://www.quintcareers.com/index.html