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Career Planning Project
Career Planning Project
Career Planning Project
Career Planning Project
Career Planning Project
Career Planning Project
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Career Planning Project
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Career Planning Project

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  • 1. Career Planning 1. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors 2. Interpreter and Translator  3. Athletic trainer Alyssa DeMonte
  • 2. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors
    • Help individual overcome social and behavioral problems that affect their social and vocational situations
    • Provide crisis intervention
    • Conference with parents, teachers and other professionals to go over a child’s progress, resolve problems
    • Maintain students records
    • Prepare students for upcoming difficulties and encourage individuals to explore learning opportunities
    • Provide social services like prevention programs
    • Follow up meetings to make sure needs have been met
    Tasks
  • 3. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors
    • Psychology
    • Therapy and counseling
    • English
    • Education and Training
    • Customer and Personal Service
    • Sociology and Anthropology,
    • Clerical and Computer and Electronics.
    Knowledge
  • 4. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors
    • Interests
    • (Relate to Holland Code)
    • S-Social people like to work, help, teach and communicate with others.
    • Related Occupations
    • Child, school or family social workers; health educators; Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists
  • 5. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors
    • Job Outlook
    • Increase in job opportunities
    • Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors have the biggest growth potential because this is a growing problem in the US
    • Educational counselors are required by the state to be present in elementary schools
    • Number of openings is expected to outnumber the number of graduates
  • 6. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors
    • Earnings
    • Median wage-$51,050
    • Depending on what specialty of counseling you go into, salary increases
    • Elementary and secondary school counselors earn the most with a salary of $57.800
    • Education and Training
    • A masters degree required to be licensed
    • Counseling programs in college are found in education and psychology departments
    • From there you can get more specialized.
    • A period of supervised clinical experience in counseling is required
  • 7. Interpreter and Translator
    • Work with people to resolve a conflict related to words, practices and behaviors
    • Translate messages into a certain language while still keeping the style and meaning of the original language
    • Read translations to make sure they have been correctly and completely translated
    • Rewrite material from one language to another
    • Be present during a speakers presentation to translate
    Tasks
  • 8. Interpreter and Translator
    • Must know the spelling, meaning, punctuation and pronunciation of each language
    • Being able to work with people and provide customer and personal service
    • Speaking skills
    • Read and write English and a foreign non-English language
    Knowledge
  • 9. Interpreter and Translator
    • Interests
    • (Relate to Holland Code)
    • AS
    • A-people who are artistic would rather work in a setting without definite rules and a set schedule.
    • S-social people like working with, communicating and teaching other people. They also like to help others.
    • Related Occupations
    • Court reporters, elementary school teachers except special education, music directors, immigration and customs inspectors, tour guides and escorts, and travel guides.
  • 10. Interpreter and Translator
    • Job Outlook
    • Depends on what language you specialize in, but this career has employment growth
    • Higher demand for these types of jobs because of the increase in immigration and the increase in worldwide connections
    • The quality of a human is preferred to technology
  • 11. Interpreter and Translator
    • Earnings
    • Median wage-$38.850
    • Specialized under the Federal Government earned $79.865 annually
    • For those who aren’t wage earners, salary is dependent on how much and how often they work
    • Certification and Advancement
    • There isn’t a certificate a person can get in the US to say they are a professional
    • Taking a proficiency test helps to demonstrate knowledge
    • This is help to get better paying jobs
    • After a certain amount of experience, jobs allow the opportunity to move up to more difficult assignments
  • 12. Athletic Trainer
    • Assess an athletes injury to determine care and decide if they should be referred to physicians for further diagnosis
    • Evaluate when an athlete is ready to play, provide clearances
    • Apply protective injury devices (tape, brace, bandages)
    • Assess the progress of an athletes injury along with a physician to determine a rehabilitation program
    • Care for the injury
    • Travel with the team to be available during the game
    Tasks
  • 13. Athletic Trainer
    • Medicine and dentistry
    • Therapy and counseling
    • Customer and personal service
    • Psychology
    • Biology
    • Clerical
    • Education and training
    • Administrative and management
    • English language
    Knowledge
  • 14. Athletic Trainer
    • Interests
    • (Relate to Holland Code)
    • SRI
    • S-Like to work, train, teach and communicate with others
    • R- Practical, hands-on problems and solutions. Include working outside and minimal paperwork
    • I- Work with ideas and involve critical thinking. Require searching for facts and solving problems mentally
    • Related Occupations
    • Physical therapist, recreational therapist, respiratory therapists, licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses, veterinary assistant and laboratory animal caretakers.
  • 15. Athletic Trainer
    • Job Outlook
    • 37 percent increase in number of jobs available
    • High demand of healthcare workers and the need for prevention health care means this job will be continually available
    • Employers are also very willing to hire athletic trainers to prevent the healthcare costs of their players.
  • 16. Athletic Trainer
    • Earnings
    • Most athletic trainers work full time and receive around $39.640
    • Depend on experience and job responsibilities
    • Employers usually pay for the continued education required for trainers to be certified
    • Work Environment
    • Depending on whether you work with a sports team or in a hospital allows for a different schedule
    • A hospital will give you set hours while a sports team have longer and more intensive schedules
  • 17. The Best Career For Me Is…
    • Athletic Trainer
    • After all my research I still think this is an interesting field to be in
    • Science has always been my best subject
    • I enjoy working with and helping others

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