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Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
Career Decision Making Tools
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Career Decision Making Tools

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The Career Decision Making Tools course is a step-by-step guide to explore careers and college majors. …

The Career Decision Making Tools course is a step-by-step guide to explore careers and college majors.

Use the course to pinpoint -

* Interests
* Abilities
* Skills
* Talents
* Values

Discover who you really are and understand your likes, dislikes, and interests.

Match your likes, interests, skills, and personality styles to careers.

Find training programs that are a match to the careers that they are interested.

Succeed in planning a career.

This course will motivate you as you explore careers and college majors.

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  • 1. CAREER DECISION MAKING TOOLSDISCOVER YOUR DESTINY By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050 (602) 569-1050 learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.destinyandpurposedevelopment.com
  • 2. PREPARE FOR DECISION MAKING LAY A FOUNDATIONCAREER DECISION MAKING! By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY! (602) 569-1050 learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodes.com
  • 3. GET READY!It is time to get the right tools to –• Discover your destiny• Pursue your passion• Achieve your goals• Focus on your visions and dreams
  • 4. AWARENESS AWARENESS unlocks the door to the unknown. AWARENESS means pinpointing your interests, abilities, skills, talents, and values. 4
  • 5. CAREER TESTS AS ASSESSMENT TOOLS The career tests unlock - • Interests • Values • Skills • Personality • Leisure preferences Awareness Tools – • Uncover who you really are. • Point out your likes, dislikes, or interests
  • 6. TEST DRIVE CAREER TESTS • Cost - $10, $12, $15, $20 or more • Format - Printed, CD-ROM, or on- line • Information provided – Personalities, interests, skills, values, careers, and colleges
  • 7. GET THE FACTS!Know the features that are included in the career test. Self Directed Strong Interest Features MCP Search Inventory Format Printed/ On-Line On-Line On-Line Holland Codes X X X Career Lists X X X Occupational Information X College Majors Lists Separate booklet X X College Information X
  • 8. CAREER INTEREST AREASWHAT DO THE SCORES MEAN?CAREER DECISION MAKING! By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY! (602) 569-1050 learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodes.com
  • 9. HOLLAND HEXAGONWithin the Holland’sHexagon Model, therewere six types ofpersonalities,environments, areas andcodes.
  • 10. HOLLAND CODES The Holland Codes are – • Realistic • Investigative • Artistic • Social • Enterprising • Conventional
  • 11. HOLLAND CODE ASSESSMENTS Holland Career Tests are – • Self - Directed Search • Career Interests Inventory • Picture Interest Career Survey • RIASEC Inventory • My Career Profile • Strong Interest Inventory
  • 12. CAREER EXPLORATION LINK BETWEEN INTERESTS AND CAREERSCAREER DECISION MAKING! By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY! (602) 569-1050 learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodes.com
  • 13. CAREER EXPLORATION You are beginning your journey to the second Guidepost – Career Exploration. In Career Exploration, you will – • Perform career research. • Identify potential careers. • Begin narrowing career options.
  • 14. CAREER EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS The following assessments help you explore careers – • Self - Directed Search • Career Interests Inventory • Picture Interest Career Survey • RIASEC Inventory • My Career Profile • Strong Interest Inventory
  • 15. COLLEGE MAJOR EXPLORATION LINK BETWEEN CAREERS AND TRAINING PROGRAMSCAREER DECISION MAKING! By Dr. Mary Askew Holland Codes Resource Center 4133 E. Siesta Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85050DISCOVER YOUR DESTINY! (602) 569-1050 learning4life.az@gmail.com http://www.hollandcodes.com
  • 16. COLLEGE EXPLORATION Next, you are beginning your journey to the third Guidepost – College Major Exploration. In College Major Exploration, you will - • Perform research to identify college major • Put what they know into action
  • 17. COLLEGE MAJOR EXPLORATION & ASSESSMENTS The following online assessments help you explore college majors – • Self - Directed Search • My Career Profile • Strong Interest Inventory
  • 18. CAREER DECISION MAKING TOOLSUse the Career DecisionMaking Tools to completethe following tasks–• Pick the right career test• Explore careers and college majors• Narrow and refine your Results• Create a summary of results with preferred occupations & schools.

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