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Counselors advise students in choosing a career and college major to consider their personality, interests, and skills. New 2012 labor statistics and parents nudge students...

Counselors advise students in choosing a career and college major to consider their personality, interests, and skills. New 2012 labor statistics and parents nudge students
toward promising careers with high demand, high pay, and moderate education requirements. Presenters discuss effective self-discovery tools, identify top jobs for the future, and reconcile the countervailing forces to help high school and college counselors guide students in choosing a college for a viable rewarding career and major for the emerging decade.

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  • Honoring  Student’s  Passions     Embracing  Future  Careers    Moderator:    Gregory  Smith,  Counselor,  Naperville  Central  High  School   Presenters      Helen  Henderson              Sarah  Watson              Jean  Childers  Career  Advisor   Director  of  Admissions   College  &  Career  Center  Asst.  Hoffman  Estates  High  School   Division  of  General  Studies     Naperville  Central  High  School     University  of  Illinois  -­‐  Urbana      
  • Hoffman  Estates  High  School  LOCATION:    Northwest  Suburbs  of  Chicago  ENROLLMENT:    2,041  Students  STUDENT  MIX:    12%  Asian  Pacific,  18%  African  American                    22%  Hispanic,  42%  White  and  6%  MulW  Racial      COLLEGE  BOUND:    ACT  21.4      87%  of  2011  class  college  prep  
  • Honoring  Student’s  Passions  Passion  for  Career  is  Very  Important!  
  • Embracing  Future  Careers  Prepare  Students  for  the  Real  Working  World    •  Look  at  Broad  Picture  •  Consider  PossibiliWes  •  Expect  Change  
  •    School  ouWngs  to  a  place  of  employment  for  the  purpose  of  learning  about  different  career  choices     Funded  by  a  School  to  Work  grant     “EducaKon  to  Careers  Partnership  Program”   Northwest  EducaWonal  Council  for  Student  Success   12  Years  since  incepWon    
  • Career  Search   Everyone  has  to  go  to   work   Let’s  explore  possibiliKes  
  • nothi nothi Popular  Career  Choices  ng   ng   nothi ng   Class  PresentaWons  &  Career  Survey   •  Nurse  /Healthcare   •  Law  –  CSI,  Police,  Security   •  Pharmacist   •  Hospitality  Chef   •  Educator   •  Cosmetologist   •  Engineer   •  Fashion  Designer   •  Business     •  Video  Game/Film  Design  
  • Career  ExploraKon  40  Career  Treks  Match  Career  Interests  All  Students  Included  –  no  limit                                                              Free!      Real  world  hard  core  serious  business  
  • PromoKon  &  Permission   k   er  TreCare  up   Sign ___   __ __ ____ ____   _ __ ____ ____   __ _ ____ _____   _ _ ____ SCHOOL RELATED CAREER TREK PERMISSION FORM Career Trek Destination___________________________ Date___________________ Career Field________________________________________________________________________ STUDENT’S NAME_________________________________________ ID# _____________________ CELL PHONE #__________________________________ EMAIL_____________________________ Student will be absent ______________________________ to ________________________________ Period(s) 1 2 3 4 TEACHER IN CHARGE OF TREK: Mrs. Henderson, Career Advisor TEACHER: THE STUDENT MUST HAVE A C- OR BETTER IN THIS CLASS TO GO! Your signature verifies that the student has arranged in advance to make up all work missed during the absence. If you feel missing this class in any way will affect the student’s grade, you do not need to let him/her out of class.
  • Oh  the  Places  We  Go!  •  WGN   •  Barrington  Orthopedic  •  Trace  Labs   •  Northwest  Community  Hospital  •  High  Voltage   •  Honquest  Furniture  •  Tasty  Catering   •  Chicago  Architecture   FoundaWon    
  • Hoffman  Estates  Animal  Hospital      Dear  Staff,  Thank  you  so  much  for  treaWng  13  HEHS  students  to  a  fabulous  career  trek  They  loved  the  hand  outs,  the  tour  of  the  x-­‐rays,  surgery  room  and  ultrasound  machines.    They  gave  you  a  "10!"    Helen  Henderson,  Career  Advisor  for  Hoffman  Estates  High  School  
  • AviaKon    Chicago  
  • Plan  Your  Future  Today  •  Treks  are  free  •  Minimize  change  of  majors  •  Try  mulWple  opWons  •  Avoid  costly  changes  •  Have  a  plan!  
  • Job  Training  Treks  Union  ApprenWceship  School  Admin  Assistant/RecepWonist  Hospitality!   Dkfljasdlk;jsdk   lajfsd  
  • Career  Speakers  Unlock  the  Doors  to  Careers  
  • Value  of  Career  EducaKon  No  Passion?  No  Clue?  Increase  Exposure  Think  the  unthinkable!    
  • Career  Advising  •  What  excites  you?  •  Do  you  like  what  your  parents  do?  •  What  do  your  friends  say  you  are  good  at?  •  Think  for  yourself    
  • Self  ExploraKon  •  Personality  Assessments  •  Interest  Surveys   –  Career  Cruising   –  Discover   –  Naviance  –  Holland  Code  •  Skills  Assessment      
  • Future  Career  Challenges  •  Honor  your  Passions  •  Meet  the  challenge  to  find  and  keep  a  job  •  Go  to  work  and  support  yourself  •  Work  hard  and  enjoy  your  career  •  Embrace  Future  Careers   Honor  student’s  passions   Embrace  Future  Careers      
  • Career  Choosing  Strategies  Choose  career  –  then  major  –  then  college  HIGH  SCHOOL  CAREER  ADVISING    Choose  college  –  then  major  –  then  career  COLLEGE  CAREER  ADVISING  Sarah  Watson  University  of  Illinois  Urbana  Director  of  Admissions  –  DGS  
  • Advising Undeclared StudentsDivision of General Studies at Illinois
  • Who we are and what we do•  3000 freshmen and sophomores•  10 full-time advisors•  Exploring and undecided students
  • Blank slate•  First time away from influence•  First opportunity for independent decision making•  First experience with rigor of Illinois coursework•  First exposure to some areas of study
  • Statistics suggest•  80% of new university students feel uncertain about majors•  50% change major at least once•  Undeclared students who engage in the advising process are more likely to remain in college than declared students
  • The DGS approach •  Personal advising •  GS 101 •  Resources •  Referrals
  • Personal advising •  Normalizing •  Debunking myths •  Information dissemination •  Values clarification •  Decision making
  • GS 101 topics•  Interests and abilities•  Major not equal to career•  Transferable skills•  Experiential learning•  Transition to college•  Readings•  Assessments
  • Resources•  Majors and Minors Fair•  College Information Series
  • Programs of Studygo.illinois.edu/courseexplorer
  • DGS Exploration dgs.illinois.edu
  • O*Netonetonline.org
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook bls.gov/ooh
  • Illinois Career Information System ides.illinois.gov
  • Referrals•  Departmental advisors•  The Career Center –  Assessment •  Strong Interest Explorer •  Myers-Briggs Type Indicator •  Holland’s Themes –  Workshops/programming –  Individual career counseling
  • Honoring  the  Past   Source:    Choosing  a  Voca=on,                                       Frank  Parsons,  1909  Applying  Century-­‐old  Wisdom  1.  Understand  yourself    interests/personality  2.  Knowledge  of  the  requirements,   compensa=ons,  opportuni=es,  and  prospects   in  different  lines  of  work  related  to  #1  3.  True  reasoning  of  the  rela=ons  of  #1  and  #2    
  • Occupa=onal  Outlook  Handbook   New  Release!   www.bls.gov/ooh   April  2012                  Projec=ons  2010-­‐2020                  Descrip=on                  Work  Ac=vi=es                  Wages                  Educa=on  &  Training  
  • Unemployment  Rates  by  State,  April  2012,  BLS  Data  
  • Employment  and  total  job  openings   Typical  EducaMon  Needed    DistribuMon  Doctoral  or  professional  degree   3.1%  Master’s  Degree   1.6%   20%  Bachelor’s  Degree   15.6%  Associate’s  Degree   5.4%  Post  Secondary  non-­‐degree  award   4.4%  Some  college  –  no  degree   0.7%  High  School  Diploma  or  equiv.   39.7%  Less  than  High  School   29.5%   Employment  Projec=ons  2010-­‐2020  Bureau  of  Labor  Sta=s=cs    
  • BLS  ProjecMons  CYCLICAL  EMPLOYMENT  GROWTH  •  Assump=on  that  US  will  recover  recession  •  2010-­‐2020  Projec=ons  start  at  low  point  •  Rapid  growth  rates  show  recovery  •  Some  grow  beyond  recovery  •  Others  don’t  recover  pre-­‐recession  levels  Prosperity                                                          Recession                                                Recovery                                Future  
  • BLS  ProjecMons  STRUCTURAL  EMPLOYMENT  CHANGES  •  Automa=on  •  Produc=vity  –  enhancing  technology  •  Domes=c  or  offshore  outsourcing  •  Changes  in  product  mix  •  Organiza=onal  restructuring  
  • Employment  ProjecMon   IACAC  Members     2010   2020   Percent   Openings  due  to  (numbers  in  thousands)   Employment   Employment   Increase   growth  &   replacements  Total  All  Occupa=ons   143,068   163,537   14%   54,787  Educa=onal,          Guidance,  &   281   334   19%   114  Voca=onal  Counselors  Professors   1,756   2,061   17%   586  Postsecondary    Educa=on          Administrators   146   174   19%   69  Postsecondary   hep://data.bls.gov    Employment  by  Occupa=on  2012  
  • Similar  OccupaMons  College  Admissions   High  School  Counselors  •  College  Professor   •  High  School  Teacher  •  School  /  Career  Counselor   •  College  Admissions    •  Human  Resources   •  Human  Resources  •  Training    &  Development   •  Mental  Health  Counselor  •  Admin.  Services  Manager   •  Marriage  /Family  Therapist  •  Public  Rela=ons  Manager   •  Substance  Abuse  Counselor  •  Sales  Representa=ve   •  Social  Service  Manager     BLS  Occupa=onal  Outlook  Handbook  –  Similar  Occupa=ons  2012  
  • Career  Research  Websites   hWp://www.ILWorkInfo.com          • Employment  sta=s=cs  • Projected  employment  • Wage  info      Will  be  updated  by  Illinois  Summer  2012    
  • Counselors  Demand  by  State   Careerinfonet.org   Employment   Percent   LocaMon   2008   2018   Change  Texas 24,650 31,580 28%Indiana 6,800 7,970 17%UNITED STATES 275,800 314,400 14%ILLINOIS 10,030 11,290 13%Iowa 2,590 2,900 12%Minnesota 3,580 3,950 10%Michigan 5,700 6,230 9%Wisconsin 4,700 4,880 4%Pennsylvania 13,450 13,650 1%
  • Why  Choose  Careers  in  Demand?  •  Job  security  •  Higher  income  •  Financial  security  •  Quick  employment  •  Work  in  your  field/major  •  Greater  chance  for  advancement  •  Lower  anxiety  and  greater  self-­‐respect     Source:    NCHS  Parent  Focus  Group  
  • Midwestern  Economy  Job  Demand   • Manufacturing  -­‐  mechaniza=on  and  overseas  produc=on   • Transi=on  from  industrial  to  knowledge  economy   Signs  of  Recovery  Faster  Recovery   Slow  Recovery   Center  on  EducaMon  and  the  Workforce    
  • Job  Market  Supply  &  Demand  Short  Supply  &  High  Demand   Over  Supply  &  Low  Demand  •  many  open  jobs   •  few  open  jobs  •  few  candidates   •  many  candidates  •  employment   •  Under  or  Unemployment  •  higher  pay   •  lower  pay    
  • Low  Paying  Jobs  •  Religious  studies  •  Social  work  •  Drama/studio  arts/music  •  Culinary  arts/hospitality  &  tourism  •  Athle=c  training/recrea=on  •  Early  childhood  educa=on  •  Journalist/librarian/communica=ons  
  • Top  Paying  Jobs  •  Business    •  Science    •  Technology  •  Engineering  •  Math    •  Healthcare  
  • Reasons  for  Top  Pay  •  Create  income  •  Loca=on  •  Educa=on  &  training  needed  •  Risk  –  personal  &  financial  •  Hours/work  environment  •  Travel  required  
  • Colleges  Should  Add  a  Mission  v Emphasize  employability  in  majors  v Help  develop  skills  for  desirable  jobs           Occupa=ons  maeer!          Industries  maeer!          Degree  types  maeer!      “Not  all  college  degrees  are  created  equal”  
  • Majors  with  High  Demand  Business  -­‐  Finance,  Accoun=ng,  Marke=ng,  Management,  Inter.  Business  Science  –  Life  &  Physical  Science,  nanotechnology,  biochemistry  Technology  -­‐  computer  science,  sonware  eng.,  cyber  security,    new  media    Engineering  –  biomedical,  civil,  computer,  electrical,  mechanical,  nuclear  Health  Science  –  physical  therapy,  nursing,  pre-­‐med,  pre-­‐vet,  audiology  Social  Services  –  social  work,  counseling  &  therapy,  family  therapy  EducaMon  –  early  childhood,  elementary,  post-­‐secondary    
  • Majors  with  Low  Demand  Arts  –  Music,  Dance,  Theatre,  Film,  Photography,  Fashion  Design,  Interior  Design  Languages  –  La=n,  German,  Slavic,  Classical  &  Romance  Languages  Science  –  Chemistry,  Botany,  Zoology,  Astronomy,  Forestry,  Agriculture  English  –  English,  Literature,  Journalism,  Communica=ons,  Linguis=cs  Social  Science  –  History,  Psychology,  Anthropology,  Philosophy  RecreaMon  –  Hospitality  &  Tourism,  Outdoor  Recrea=on  Other  –  Religion,  Library  Science,  Architecture    
  • New  Majors  –  Illinois  Colleges   Entertainment  Influence   •  Forensic  Science   •  Culinary  Arts     •  Interior  Design   •  Dance   •  Computer  Game  Design   •  Music  Business   •  Film  ICE  COLLEGE  FAIR  SURVEY    COD  FALL  2011  
  • New  Majors  –  Illinois  Colleges   Global  Economy  Influence   •  Interna=onal  Studies   •  Interna=onal  Business   •  Homeland  Security   •  La=no  Studies   •  Chinese  ICE  COLLEGE  FAIR  SURVEY    COD  FALL  2011  
  • New  Majors  –  Illinois  Colleges   Computer  Technology  Influence   •  Graphic  design   •  Informa=on  security   •  Digital  audio  recording  arts   •  Logis=cs   •  Social  media/new  media  ICE  COLLEGE  FAIR  SURVEY    COD  FALL  2011  
  • New  Majors  –  Illinois  Colleges   Healthcare  Influence   •  Biomedical  engineering   •  Biotechnology   •  Kinesiology/physical  therapy   •  Neuroscience   •  Physician’s  assistant   •  Global  health    ICE  COLLEGE  FAIR  SURVEY    COD  FALL  2011  
  • College  Return  on  Investment  Compare  by  College  -­‐  www.payscale.com  Criteria:  1.  Cost  of  college  educa=on  2.  How  educa=on  was  paid  for  –  cash,  loans,  aid  3.  Salary  of  job  aner  college  educa=on  4.  Opportunity  for  salary  advancement     8%  average   9.5%  with  aid    
  • Future  Labor  Force  •  Decreasing  US  popula=on  •  Job  Migra=on  to  Southwest    •  Internships  –  entry  level  •  Telecommu=ng  •  Work/Life  Balance  •  Interna=onal  integra=on   Electronic  Immigrants   TIME  Magazine,  The  Future  of  Work  
  • Labor  Force  Growth  2010-­‐2020   Gender                              Race/Ethnicity                                    Age   Hispanics  –  up  34%        (immigra=on  &  fer=lity)   Asians–  up  slightly   Blacks  –  up  slightly  Gender  Shin   Baby  Boomers  
  • TOP  RIGHT  BOX   High  Income  &  High  Demand  OccupaMons  2010-­‐2020    Veterinarian      Physicians  &  Surgeons    Physicians  Assistants    Pharmacists    Den=sts    Physical  Therapists    Chief  Execu=ves    Sonware  Developers  -­‐  Apps    Financial  Managers    Info  Security  Analysts    Sales  &  Marke=ng  Managers    Web  Developers    Public  Rela=ons  Managers    Computer  Architects    Industrial  Produc=on  Managers    Management  Analysts    Environmental  Engineers    Medical  &  Health  Service  Mgrs.    Mechanical  Engineers    Computer  &  Info  Systems  Mgrs.    Electrical  Engineers    Lawyers    Educa=on  Administrators      
  • Projected                                 #  New  Jobs   Growth               Pay   Technology   Engineering   Math  &  Science   Business   EducaMon   Arts   Health  &  Community  Service   TransportaMon   CommunicaMons  &  Law  >50,000   >29%   >75,000   Sonware  Developers,  Systems  Sonware                                   Info  Security  Analysts                                                                                                                                                           Web  Developer,  Computer  Architects                                                                                                             Management  Analysts                                                                                                          >50,000   20-­‐28%   >75,000       Medical  &  Health  Service  Managers                       Computer  Systems  Analysts   Market  Research  Analysts                                                                        Personal  >50,000   >29%   55,000-­‐74,999   Sonware  Developers  of  Applica=ons           Financial  Advisors                                                                Cost  Es=mators                      >50,000   20-­‐28%   55,000-­‐74,999   Network  &  Computer  Systems  Admin.           Financial  Analysts                      10,000-­‐49,999   20-­‐28%   >75,000       Environmental  Engineers                              10,000-­‐49,999   >29%   55,000-­‐74,999   Database  Administrators                                  >50,000   10-­‐19%   >75,000   Computer  &  Info.  System  Managers   Civil  Engineers                              5,000-­‐9,999   >29%   >75,000       Biomedical  Engineers                              10,000-­‐49,999   20-­‐28%   55,000-­‐74,999           Architects                                                                                          Logis=cians                                                                                   Social  &  Community  Service  Managers           Sales  Managers                                                                                                          10,000-­‐49,999   10-­‐19%   >75,000               Marke=ng  Managers           Public  Rela=ons  &  Fundraising  Mgr          10,000-­‐49,999   10-­‐19%   55,000-­‐74,999   Computer  Programmers       Environmental  Scien=sts   Securi=es  Sales  Agents       Producers  &  Directors   Medical  Lab  Technicians          5,000-­‐9,999   20-­‐28%   >75,000           Actuaries                                                                              Geoscien=sts                           Human  Resources                                                                            Training,  &  >50,000   20-­‐28%   35,000-­‐54,999               Labor  Specialists                                        Public  Rela=ons  Specialists           Child,  Family  &  School  Social  Workers           Accountants  &  Auditors                                                                      Sales  Reps,  >50,000   10-­‐19%   55,000-­‐74,999               Technical,  Manufacturing                       Health  Educators                                                                          Interpreters  &   Mental  Health  &  Subst.Abuse                                        Social  10,000-­‐49,999   >29%   35,000-­‐54,999               Mee=ng,  Conven=on  &  Event  Planners                                                          Translators               Workers           Industrial  Engineers                                                                                                                                                 Chief  Execu=ves                                                                                          Financial  10,000-­‐49,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000       Mechanical  Engineers                                                                                                                      Architectural  Managers  Engineering  Managers                     Manager                                                                                          Industrial                       Electrical  Engineers   Produc=on  Managers   Elementary  School  Teachers                                                  Middle  >50,000   10-­‐19%   35,000-­‐54,999                   School  Teachers                   Spec.  Educ.  PreSchool  &  Elementary                                                                                10,000-­‐49,999   20-­‐28%   35,000-­‐54,999           Die=cians  &  Nutri=onists                                Surveyors       Special  Educ.  Middle  School                                                              Educ.                   Admin.  Pre-­‐School/Child.  5,000-­‐9,999   20-­‐28%   55,000-­‐74,999               Financial  Examiners               Captains  of  Water  Vessels      5,000-­‐9,999   >29%   35,000-­‐54,999                           Athle=c  Trainers           Budget  Analysts                                                                  Opera=ons  5,000-­‐9,999   10-­‐19%   55,000-­‐74,999               Research  Analysts                   Technical  Writers  >50,000   0-­‐9%   35,000-­‐54,999                   Secondary  School  Teachers                   Health  &  Safety  Engineers                                                                                                                      1,000-­‐4,999   10-­‐19%   >75,000       Nuclear  Engineers                                                                                                                 Atmospheric  &  Space  Scien=sts   Training  &  Development  Managers                       Marine  Engineers  &  Naval  Architects   Kindergarten  Teachers                                                                                  Adult     Social  Workers,  All  Other                                                        Proba=on  10,000-­‐49,999   10-­‐19%   35,000-­‐54,999           Biological  Technicians       Literacy  Instructor                                         Graphic  Designers                                                                  Interior  Designers  Officers           Computer  Hardware  Engineers                                                                      5,000-­‐9,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000       Electronics  Engineers,  Exc.  Computers               Art  Directors               Petroleum  Engineers                                                                                              Sales   Adver=sing  &  Promo=ons  Managers                                        5,000-­‐9,999   10-­‐19%   >75,000       Engineers       Human  Resource  Managers                      5,000-­‐9,999   0-­‐9%   55,000-­‐74,999       Occupa=onal  Safety  &  Health  Spec.       Insurance  Underwriters       Mul=media  Ar=sts  &  Animators           Writers  &  Authors  1,000-­‐4,999   20-­‐28%   35,000-­‐54,999           Cartographers                       Survey  Researchers  10,000-­‐49,999   0-­‐9%   35,000-­‐54,999                   Special  Educ.  Teachers,  Sec.  Schools                  >50,000   10-­‐19%   <25K                           Recrea=on  Workers          5,000-­‐9,999   10-­‐19%   35,000-­‐54,999                       Music  Director  &  Composers              0-­‐999   10-­‐19%   >75,000       Mining  &  Geological  Engineers   Materials  Scien=sts                           Chemical  Engineer                                                                                                  1,000-­‐4,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000       Aerospace  Engineers                                                                                                                     Natural  Science  Managers   Purchasing  Managers               Airline  Pilots       Material  Engineer   Microbiologists                                                                                                                    Soil  &   Landscape  Architects                                              Commercial  &  1,000-­‐4,999   10-­‐19%   55,000-­‐74,999           Plant  Scien=sts           Industrial  Designers       Ship  engineers   Arbitrators  &  Mediators   Chemists                                                                                            Zoologists                                                                                1,000-­‐4,999   0-­‐9%   55,000-­‐74,999           Food  Scien=sts                                                                                          Conserva=on                           Scien=sts  5,000-­‐9,999   0-­‐9%   35,000-­‐54,999               Tax  Collector  &  Examiners                      1,000-­‐4,999   10-­‐19%   35,000-­‐54,999           Forensic  Science  Technicians           Set  &  Exhibit  Designers   Recrea=on  Therapists           Career/Tech  Ed  Teachers,  H.  S          Career/Tech  Ed  1,000-­‐4,999   0-­‐9%   35,000-­‐54,999                   Teachers,  M.S.   Film  &  Video  Editors              0-­‐999   10-­‐19%   35,000-­‐54,999                       Broadcast  New  Journalists           Archivists  0-­‐999   0-­‐9%   55,000-­‐74,999       Agricultural  Engineer                               Economists                                                                          Compensa=on  &  0-­‐999   0-­‐9%   >75,000               Benefits  Manager                   Administra=ve  Law  Judge  1,000-­‐4,999   0-­‐9%   25,000-­‐34,999                       Radio  &  Television  Announcer               Editors                                                                                                      Museum  Techn.  &  0-­‐999   0-­‐9%   35,000-­‐54,999           Foresters           Camera  Operator,  Film  TV           Conservator  Declining   Declining   25,000-­‐34,999                                   Reporters  &  Correspondents  0-­‐999   0-­‐9%   <25K                                   Legislators  
  • Projected                                #  New  Jobs   Pay   Engineering   Growth               5,000-­‐9,999   >29%   >75,000   Biomedical  Engineers  10,000-­‐49,999   20-­‐28%   >75,000   Environmental  Engineers   >50,000   10-­‐19%   >75,000   Civil  Engineers   Petroleum  Engineers                                                                                   5,000-­‐9,999   10-­‐19%   >75,000   Sales  Engineers   Health  &  Safety  Engineers                                                                         1,000-­‐4,999   10-­‐19%   >75,000   Nuclear  Engineers                                                                                       Industrial  Engineers                                                                                    10,000-­‐49,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000   Mechanical  Engineers                                                                                 Electrical  Engineers   5,000-­‐9,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000   Computer  Hardware  Eng.                                                                     Chemical  Engineer                                                                                       1,000-­‐4,999   0-­‐9%   >75,000   Aerospace  Engineers                                                                                   Material  Engineer  
  • Counselor’s  Mission  Honor  Students’  Passions    •  Job  Sa=sfac=on         Honor  students’    passions   Embrace  future  careers  Embrace  Future  Careers  •  Large  #  of  jobs  •  Promising  future  growth     fdg•  High  pay   adg    
  • Career  Advising  for  the  Future   Imagine   •  What  would  make  you  happy?   •  Self  Explora=on     Clarify   •  Research  related  careers  that  are  in  demand   •  Broadly  define  possibili=es   •  Job  Shadow  or  Career  Trek  to  see  for  yourself     Reflect   •  How  would  you  feel  in  this  career?   •  Are  you  willing  to  invest  the  =me  &  money?   GO  FOR  IT!                        
  • THANK  YOU  HANDOUTS