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  • 1. CAREER PATHS NON – TECHNICAL SEMINAR
  • 2. What is a Career Path?
    • Building educational and job experiences that ultimately lead to your ideal career field.
      • But, what is that ideal career?
  • 3. Things to Consider
      • Need to ask yourself:
        • What skills do I have? (communicating, face-to-face interaction, analysis, critical thinking ,sports etc.)
        • What is something I enjoy doing for long periods of time?
        • How important is work environment to me?
        • Do I need ongoing personal interaction, or am I satisfied to work independently?
        • Do I need my job to help fulfill a sense of purpose, or can I find that elsewhere in my life?
  • 4. Steps in Career Planning
    • Learning
    • Analyse and Set Goals
    • Career Principles
  • 5. How to Change Career
    • Step 1: Assessment of Likes and Dislikes .
    • Whats your Passion?
    • What Energizes you ?
    • What excites you?
    • Step 2: Researching New Careers .
  • 6.
    • Step 3: Transferable Skills.
    • Communication
    • Planning
    • Leadership
    • Interpersonal
    • Step 4: Training and Education.
    Step 5: Networking .  
  • 7. Step 6: Gaining Experience. Step 7 : Find a Mentor Step 8: Changing In or Out. Step 9: Be Flexible
  • 8. Step 10: Job-Hunting Basics.   You've to use your job-hunting tools and skills, now is the time for a refresher course. Consider spending some time with one or more of our tutorials. Key tools include :   • guide to researching companies • resume resources • interviewing resources • cover letter resources • salary negotiation resources  
  • 9. Why Plan your Career?
    • Your career affects 1/3 of your life = 10,000 days.
    • Your career generates up to $2,000,000 in lifetime earnings with BA/BS degree.
    • Your career affects your identity as a person.
    • Your career affects your physical & mental well-being.
  • 10. How to Plan? CAREER SERVICES Identify your Interests & Strengths Investigate Occupations Implement your Career Plan
  • 11. Communication Skills
    • Creating is the art and the process of creating and sharing ideas
    • Effective communication depends upon the richness of the ideas
    • Communication Skills are the tools that we use to remove the barriers to effective Communication
  • 12. Communication Process
    • Source
    • Message
    • Encoding
    • Channel
    • Decoding
    • Receiver
    • Feedback
    • Context
  • 13. Face to Face Communication
    • Tone of voice
    • Body language
    • Verbal Communication
    • Listening Skills
  • 14. PERSONALITY
    • Direct
    • Public Safety Positions
    • Manager
    • Banker
    • Surgeon
    • Lawyer
  • 15. Career Path Opportunities
    • Sociology offers students much flexibility in choosing a career path but most graduating students follow one of the these paths:
  • 16. Sociology Criminal Justice Human Services Education Research/Policy Business
  • 17. THE END