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    • Looking into my future By: Yanetta McClellan
      • Cooperative
      • Enthusiastic
      • Friendly
      • Read well
      • cook
      • Take photography
      Qualities and Skills
      • ASI, SAI
      • Artistic- Like work activities that deal with the artistic side of things such as forms, designs, and patterns.
      • Social- Like work activities that assist others and promote learning and personal development.
      • Investigative- Like work activities that have to do with ideas and thinking more than with physical activity
      Holland Codes
      • Education and training
      • Arts, A/V technology and communication
      • Human services
      • Education and training: Art teacher, dance teacher, music teacher, school counselor, and elementary teacher
      • Arts etc: Dancers, dance therapist, musician, choreographer, and announcer
      • Human services: social worker, school counselor, nannies, career counselor, and child care assistant
      Career Clusters and Five Occupations
      • They create dances set to music that expresses emotion or help to explain a story. They develop original dances and interpretation of traditional dances for ballet, musical and theater.
      • High school classes that will help prepare students for college and develop their artistic/creative skills include Theater arts and drama.
      • Choreographers usually receive salary increases as promotions some move to larger production companies were they have greater responsibilities.
      • Possible university majors: Bachelor’s degree
      • The salary range would be $19,750 to $57,270 per year
      Choreoghrapher
      • They entertain others by playing musical instruments in orchestras, bands, ensembles and solo performances.
      • High school classes that will help prepare students for college and develop their artistic/creative skills include band, orchestra-string, wind ensemble.
      • As musicians become more successful, it becomes easier to find jobs (musical engagements). A few musicians play with major symphonies, popular recording stars, or groups, network television, operas, legitimate theaters, or major night clubs.
      • Possible university majors: Bachelor’s degree
      • The salary range would be $14,435 to $89,024
      Musician
      • They work with other assistants, teachers, and supervisors to plan and guide preschool age children in developmentally appropriate activities.
      • High school classes that will help prepare students for college include family and consumer science, health and fitness, and parenting and child development.
      • Advancement for childcare assistants is limited. Promotions are usually in the form of pay increases. Advancement to child teachers or child care facility directors is possible with additional formal education.
      • Possible university majors: diploma/certificate
      • The salary will be $15,130 to $35,210
      Childcare assistant
      • www.wiscareers.wisc.edu
      Sources