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  1. 1. Electronic Career Portfolio Carlisle County High School
  2. 2. Table of Contents ResumeCareer Summary AwardsRecommendations Goals
  3. 3. Table of ContentsResume Table of Contents Personal Information Education Community Service Work Experience ActivitiesAchievements- Educational Achievements- School
  4. 4.  First Name: Katie Last Name: Handley Home Phone Number: (270) 655-2700 Mailing Address: 191CR 1230 Arlington Ky, 42021 E-Mail Address: Resume Table of Contents
  5. 5. Carlisle County High SchoolGraduate: May 2012GPA: 4.0Advance Courses: Honors Geometry Honors Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus MOUS CertificationWest Kentucky Community and Technical College: College Algebra Resume Personal Finance Table of Contents
  6. 6. Carlisle Students Investigate- 64 Hours Health Rocks- 12 HoursTutor children Teach dangers of drugs and alcoholHelp with arts and craftsManage Children during game Serve on Saturday- 16 Hours Find food from the freezerTerrific Tuesday- 43 Hours Ask what food is desiredLead arts and crafts Painted nailsLead a Bible study Helped fold and pick-out clothesManaged children on field tripsServed lunchVacation Bible School- 36 HoursPrepared foodServed mealsCleaned up Resume Table of Contents
  7. 7. Bus Aid- 6 Years Walk preschoolers to class Keep preschoolers calm on bus Help preschoolers on busCarlisle Students Investigate- 1 Year Tutor children Help with arts and crafts Resume Table of Manage Children during game Contents
  8. 8.  Future Business Leaders of America- Active Member (3 years) Future Business Leaders of America- Bulletin Board Chairmen (1 year) Future Business Leaders of America- Reporter (1 year) Volleyball- Jr. and Varsity Team Member (3 years) Volleyball- Jr. Varsity Captain (1 year) Volleyball- Varsity Captain (1 year) Student Council- Class President (2 years) Arts Guild- Active Member (3 years) Arts Guild- Reporter (1 year) Fellowship of Christian Comets- Active Member (2 years) Fellowship of Christian Comets- FCC council (1 years) Students Taking Action and Resisting Substances- STARS Council (3 years) Beta- Active Member (2 years) FCCLA- Active Member (1 year) Health Rocks (1 year) Resume School News Paper (2 years) Table of Contents
  9. 9.  Biology Outstanding Student Award- 9th grade English 1 Outstanding Student Award- 9th grade Honors Geometry Outstanding Student Award- 9th grade American Government Outstanding Student Award- 9th grade Economics Outstanding Student Awards- 9th grade English 2 Outstanding Student Award- 10th grade World Civilization Outstanding Student Award- 10th grade Introduction to Biology, Earth, Space, and Physics- 10th grade Third Place at State with FBLA Financial Business Plan- 10th First on FBLA Parliamentary Procedures Test- 10th Second in FBLA Parliamentary Procedures-10th Resume Honor Roll- 9th and 10th grade Table of Contents
  10. 10.  Class President- 9th and 10th grade FCC Homecoming Queen Candidate- 11th grade Hugh OBrian Leadership Conference Ambassador- 10th grade Class of Kentucky Representative- 10th grade Volleyball District Champions- 9th and 10th Volleyball Jr. Varsity Captain- 10th Resume grade Table of Contents
  11. 11. Table of ContentsCareer Summary Table of Contents What I Want to Do What is a Chiropractor Chiropractic Education Future of Chiropractics Citations
  12. 12. CareerSummary Table ofContents I didn’t know what I wanted to do for a long time. I thought I could be a veterinarian. But when my donkey got hurt and I couldn’t help care for him I realized that wouldn’t work out. Though I knew what I didnt want to do, I still didnt know what it was I did want to do. Then I thought, "Hey Im young. Ill figure it out eventually.” a few years later I was diagnosed with early scoliosis. I was told I would have to go to the chiropractor. My mom used to go to the chiropractor and I would begin crying because I thought he was hurting her. I was pretty scared to say the least. But one of my friends had severe scoliosis and I didnt want to end up like that. So I went to the chiropractor. Much to my surprise it didnt hurt. In fact, I felt really good. My scoliosis eventually went away and my posture greatly improved. I realized how much I was helped and knew that being a chiropractor was what I wanted to do.
  13. 13. CareerSummary Table ofContentsCareer Description Chiropractors, diagnose and treat patients with health problems of the musculoskeletal system. They also treat the effects of those problems on the nervous system and on general health. Many chiropractic treatments deal specifically with the spine and the manipulation of the spine. Chiropractics is based on the principle that spinal joint misalignments interfere with the nervous system and can result in lower resistance to disease and many different conditions of diminished health. Career Specialties The chiropractic approach to healthcare focuses on the patients overall health. • Sports injuries Chiropractors provide natural, drugless, nonsurgical health treatments, relying on the • Neurology bodys inherent recuperative abilities. They also • Orthopedics recognize that many factors affect health, including exercise, diet, rest, environment, and • Pediatrics heredity. Chiropractors recommend changes in • Nutrition lifestyle that affect those factors. In some situations, chiropractors refer patients to or • Internal disorders consult with other health practitioners. • Diagnostics imaging
  14. 14. CareerSummary Table ofContents 90 semester hours working toward a Bachelors Degree. Classes include English, social sciences or humanities, psychology, organic and inorganic chemistry, biology, and physics. During the first 2 years, most chiropractic programs emphasize classroom and laboratory work in sciences such as anatomy, physiology, public health, microbiology, pathology, and biochemistry. The last 2 years focus on courses in manipulation and spinal adjustment and provide clinical experience in physical and laboratory diagnosis, neurology, orthopedics, geriatrics, physiotherapy, and nutrition. After completing the chiropractic program the applicants must attain a license from the State Licensing Board. The requirements vary from state to state.
  15. 15. CareerSummary Table ofContents Though in 2008 there were 49,100 employed chiropractors there are so supposed to be 20% more by 2018. This growth in the number of chiropractors is more than the average occupation. Chiropractors who enter a multi- discipline practice have even better job prospects. The amount of work chiropractors will have is related to the customers ability to pay. In recent years more health insurance companies include chiropractic visits under their policy. educating the community about the benefits of going to the chiropractor will help in busting the number of new patients.
  16. 16. CareerSummary Table ofContents  Statistics, B. o. (n.d.). Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition . Retrieved February 2011, from  Kentucky, C. o. (n.d.). Kentucky Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Retrieved February 2011, from tm
  17. 17. Table of Contents Page Title Club Awards Sport AwardsCommunity AwardsAcademic Awards 2009 2010 2011 Other Awards
  18. 18. 1st Place Regional Parliamentary Procedures Exam 3rd Place State Business Financial Plan 2nd Place Regional Parliamentary ProceduresAwardsTable ofContents
  19. 19. Volleyball District Champions Volleyball 110% Effort Award Volleyball CampAwards Future MVP AwardTable ofContents
  20. 20. Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference Ambassador Class of KentuckyAwardsTable ofContents
  21. 21. Biology English 1 Outstanding Outstanding Student Student Award Award Honors Geometry Outstanding Student AwardAwards Government EconomicsTable of Outstanding OutstandingContents Student Award Student Award
  22. 22. Introduction to Biology, Earth, Space, & Physics Outstanding Student Award World Civilization Outstanding Student Award English 2Awards OutstandingTable of Student AwardContents
  23. 23. Participation in the Regional Governor’s Cup Completion District Governor’s Cup- 1st Place MathAwardsTable ofContents
  24. 24. AwardsTable ofContents
  25. 25. Table of ContentsTo Whom It May Concern: This letter is to honor and recognize the achievements of CarlisleCounty High School junior, Katie Handley. Katie is a very dedicated anddependable young lady. She is involved in many school clubs, such asyearbook, FBLA, FCC, and FCCLA. She is also a member of the CarlisleCounty Volleyball Team. Despite all of her extra-curricular activities,Katie is a great student. In my class, she has a solid A and always anactive participant. She is an outstanding leader, in that she is able togive her input to the group and she listens to other members forfeedback. Katie has great character and potential to be anything thatshe wants to be, and the drive that will take her there. Please accept Katie Handley into Commonwealth HonorsAcademy. If you have any questions are concerns about thequalifications of which Katie has acquired, please call me at CarlisleCounty High School (270) 628-3800 ext. 4123, or email me Thank you for your consideration.Sincerely,Anna Toon
  26. 26. Table of ContentsMy goal is to graduate Carlisle CountyHigh School with a 4.0. Then I plan to go toa four-year college where I plan receive aBachelors of science degree. Then I planto go to Palmer Chiropractic College inIowa. After receiving my degree, I willcome back to Kentucky to start mypractice in the area. I know Ican do all this because I haveand will continue to give 110%effort in everything I do.