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1 What are they and what does it matter to me? Career Clusters

2 New Graduation Requirements: Students Entering 9 th Grade 2009 YIKES! What does this mean???? ?

3 Future Ready Core English – 4 Credits Math – 4 Credits including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and 1 beyond Science – 3 Credits Social Studies – 3 Credits 6 Electives – 2 w/in CTE, Arts Ed, Foreign Language. ► 4 of your elective credits should be in a concentration area – Example: Career Technical Education

4 To choose your concentration classes in CTE – you must understand Career Clusters!

5 There are 13 Career Cluster areas offered to Robeson County Students

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7 Foundation Courses: Animal Science I, II*, III Equine Science I, II* Horticulture I, II* Agriculture Advanced Studies Teen Living Foods I, II* FACS Advanced Studies Enhancement Courses: Agriculture Internship Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications I Career Management FACS Internship Marketing Automotive Technology I Welding Technology I Drafting I

8 Rancher Farmer Farm Manager Livestock Rancher/Breeder Dairy Herd Supervisor Agricultural Products Buyer Animal Health Products Distributor Livestock Seller Feed and Supply Store Manager Agricultural Educators Animal Caretakers Veterinarians Veterinary Assistants Feedlot Specialists Animal Scientists Embryo Technologists Wildlife Biologists Livestock Geneticists Animal Nutritionists Dairy Producers Livestock Inspectors Reproductive Physiologists Dieticians and Nutritionist Food Brokers Food Inspectors Meat Science Researchers Food Meal Supervisors Produce Buyers Bacteriologists Food and Drug Inspectors Quality Control Specialists Wildlife Managers Ecologists Park Mangers Fish and Game Officers Soil Geology Technician Geologists

9 Foundation Courses: Teen Living FACS Advanced Studies Intro to Trade & Industrial Ed. (ITIE) Welding I Construction I, II*, III Drafting I Drafting II*, III – Architectural Trade & Industrial Ed. Advanced Studies* Enhancement Courses: Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications I Career Management FACS Internship Trade & Industrial Ed. Internship

10 General Contractor Builder Construction Manager Construction Foreman Estimator Project Inspector Mason Carpenter Electrician Sheet/metal Worker Tile and Marble Setter Landscaper/Groundskeeper Painter Plumber Architectural and Civil Drafter Drafter Materials Engineer Environmental Designer Civil Engineer Mechanical Engineer Electrical Engineer Landscape Architect Surveyor Engineering Technician Interior Designer Landscape Designer Building Code Official Computer Aided Drafter General Maintenance Contractor Facilities Engineer Demolition Engineer Operating Engineer Equipment and Material Manager Planner/Scheduler Maintenance Estimator Safety Director Construction Inspector

11 Foundation Courses: Enhancement Courses: Teen Living Apparel Development I*(F) Into to Trade & Industrial Ed. (ITIE) Drafting I Family & Consumer Science Adv. Studies* Trade & Industrial Ed. Adv. Studies* Principles of Business and Finance Business Law Computer Applications I Career Management Housing & Interior Design Fashion Merchandising (F) Small Business Entrepreneurship Family & Consumer Sci. Internship Trade & Industrial Ed. Internship

12 Archivists and Curators Art Director Artists Conservators and Museum Technicians Fashion Designers Floral Designers Graphic Designers Interior Designers Photographers Set and Exhibit Designers Visual Merchandisers

13 Principles of Business and Finance Business Law Small Business Entrepreneurship Computerized Accounting I & II* Computer Applications I & II* Financial Education Business & Information Tech Ed. Adv. Studies* E ‐ commerce I Business & Information Ed Internship Career Management Strategic Marketing (F) Networking I Computer Engineering Technology

14 Executive Assistants Office Managers Desktop Publishers Customer Service Assistants Data Entry Specialists Receptionists Computer Operators Shipping and Receiving Personnel Word Processors E-Commerce Analysts Marketing Analysts Business Analysts Accountants and Auditors Accounting Clerks Assistant Treasurers Billing Supervisors Controllers Finance Directors Chief Financial Officers Billing Clerks Human Resources Managers Employment and Placement Managers Corporate Trainers Conciliators/Mediators/Arbitrators Personnel Recruiters General Managers Chief Executive Officers Business and Development Managers Operations Managers Public Relations Managers Meeting and Convention Planners Sports and Entertainment Managers Hospital Management Marketing Managers Sales Managers Salespeople Public Relations Specialists Media Coordinators

15 Principles of Business and Personal Finance Business Law Small Business Entrepreneurship Computerized Accounting I & II* Business & Information Tech Ed. Adv. Studies* Foundation Courses Business & Information Tech Ed. Internship Computer Applications I Career Management Teen Living Financial Education Enhancement Courses

16 Budget Analysts Business Teachers Credit Analysts Financial Analysts Financial Managers Financial Specialists Loan Counselors Loan Officers Personal Financial Bill and Account Collectors Advisors Insurance Appraisers Insurance Sales Agents Insurance Underwriters Sales Representatives Telemarketers New Accounts Clerks Tellers Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators

17 Foundation Courses: Health Team Relations Allied Health I, II* Health Sciences Advanced Studies Enhancement Courses: Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications I Career Management Foods I Health Careers Internship Marketing

18 Cardiovascular Technologist Biochemist Biomedical Chemist Cell Biologist Geneticist Lab Assistant-Genetics Microbiologist Molecular Biologist Pharmaceutical Scientist Research Scientist Toxicologist Clinical Lab Technician Computer Tomography (CT) Technologist Medical Sonographers EKG, EEG, or MRI Technician Exercise Physiologist Mammographer Nuclear Medicine Technologist Nutritionist Radiographer Healthcare Administrator Medical Records Technicians Social Worker Chiropractor Dental Assistant / Hygienist Dentist Dietician EMT Home Health Aide Licensed Practical Nurse Occupational Therapist Optometrist Physical Therapist Physician Physician’s Assistant Recreation Therapist Registered Nurse

19 Foundation Courses: Teen Living Foods I FACS Advanced Studies * Marketing Sports & Entertainment Mktg. I, II* Marketing Co-Op Marketing Advanced Studies Enhancement Courses: Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications I Career Management FACS Internship Marketing Internship

20 Lodging Manager Parks and Gardens Director Parks & Gardens Activity Coordinator Parks and Garden Ranger Fairs/Festival Event Planner Fairs/Festival Facility Manager Historical/Cultural Sites Exhibit Developer Museum/Zoos/Aquariums Animal Trainer and Handler Museums/Zoos/Aquariums Exhibit Developer Director of Tourism Dev. Director of Visitor Services Director of Sales Travel Agent (Commercial & Vacation) Director of Marketing and Advertising Director of Convention and Visitors Bureau Events Manager Convention Services Manager Special Events Producer Nature Tourism Coordinator Tour and Travel Coordinator Welcome Center Supervisor Visitor Center Counselor Tour Guide Tour Operator

21 Teen Living Parenting & Child Development Financial Education Early Childhood Education I & II* Into to Trade & Industrial Ed. (ITIE) Cosmetology I and II* (SCC Campus) Family & Consumer Sci Adv. Studies* Foundation Courses Principles of Business and Finance Business Law Computer Applications I Career Management Health Team Relations Small Business Entrepreneurship Family & Consumer Sci. Internship Trade & Industrial Ed. Internship Enhancement Courses

22 Child Care Assistants Elementary Teachers and Counselors Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Preschool Teachers Teachers Assistants Clergy Health Educators Marriage and Family Therapists Mathematical Science Teachers Mental Health Counselors Psychologists Psychology Teachers Recreation Workers Chief Executives Emergency Management Specialists Managers Marriage and Family Therapists Political Scientists Probation Officers Sociologists Barbers Embalmers Funeral Attendants Funeral Directors Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists Social Workers Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance Manicurists and Pedicurists Bankers Customer Service Representatives Sales Consultants Sales Managers Small Business Owners

23 Foundation Courses: Computer Applications I eCommerce Intro to Trade & Industry Networking I Computer Engineering Technology I, II* Trade & Industry Advanced Studies * Enhancement Courses: Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications II Business & Information Tech. Internship Career Management Drafting I Trade & Industry Internship

24 Database Administrators Desktop Publishers Documentation Specialists E-Business Specialists Electronic Publications Specialists Instructional Designers Online Publishers PC Systems Coordinators Product Support Engineers Security Experts Systems Designers Technical Communicators Webmaster Systems Analyst/Architects Data Communications Analysts Information Systems Administrators Information Systems Operators Information Technology Engineers Network Engineers Operations Analysts PC Support Specialists Security Analysts Systems Administrator, Engineers Technical Support Specialists Technicians Telecommunications Network Technicians Transport Administrators User Support Specialists Computer Programmer Computer Engineer Design Engineer Programmer Analyst Test Engineer

25 Foundation Courses: Metals Manufacturing I, II * Welding I, II * Drafting I Trade & Industry Advanced Studies* Enhancement Courses: Computer Applications I eCommerce Career Management Marketing Trade & Industry Internship

26 Design Engineers Electrical and Electronic Technicians and Technologists Electronics Engineers Engineering and Related Technicians and Technologists Engineering Technicians Industrial Engineers Manufacturing Engineers Power Generating and Reactor Plant Operators Precision Inspectors, Testers, and Graders Production Managers Purchasing Managers, Buyers, and Purchasing Agents Assemblers Automated Manufacturing Technicians Bookbinders Calibration Technicians Hand Packers and Packagers Hoist and Winch Operators Instrument Makers Machinists Medical Appliance Makers Millwrights Painters Pattern and Model Makers Sheet Metal Workers Tool and Die Makers Welders Health and Safety Representatives Safety Engineers Safety Technicians

27 Small Business Entrepreneurship* Marketing Strategic Marketing (F) Fashion Merchandising (F) Sports & Entertainment Marketing I and II* Marketing Education Co-Op (F) Marketing Education Adv. Studied* (F) Principles of Business and Finance Business Law Computerized Accounting I Computer Applications I E ‐ Commerce I Career Management Marketing Education Internship Foundation CoursesEnhancement Courses

28 Advertising and Promotions Managers Business Teachers Marketing Managers Sales Managers Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate Cashiers Counter and Rental Clerks Door-To-Door Sales First-Line Supervisors/ Managers Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks Interior Designers Lodging Managers Meeting and Convention Planners Models Parts Salespersons Property, Real Estate Reservation, Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks Retail Salespersons Stock Clerks Travel Agents Travel Guides Telemarketers Computer Programmers Survey Researchers

29 Foundation Courses: Intro to Trade & Industry Drafting I, II * (Engineering) Networking I Computer Engineering Technology I Trade & Industry Advanced Studies * Enhancement Courses: Computer Applications I Career Management Trade & Industry Internship

30 Aerospace Engineer Automotive Engineer Biomedical Engineer Chemical Engineer Civil Engineer Electrical Engineer Electrician Environmental Engineer Geothermal Engineer Hazardous Waste Technician Industrial Engineer Mechanical Engineer Metallurgic Engineer Nuclear Engineer Radio/TV Broadcast Technician Anthropologist Astronomer Atmospheric Scientist Biologist Botanist Chemist Ecologist Economist Geologist Marine scientist Mathematician Metallurgist Nutritionist Physicist Zoologist

31 Foundation Courses: Intro to Trade & Industry Automotive Svc. Technology I, II* Trade & Industry Advanced Studies * Enhancement Courses: Principles of Business & Personal Finance Computer Applications I Career Management Marketing Trade & Industry Internship

32 Urban and Regional Planners Civil Engineers Engineering Technicians Surveying and Mapping Technicians Environmental Compliance Inspectors Air Traffic Controllers Aviation Inspectors Traffic Engineers Traffic Technicians Motor Vehicle Inspectors Freight Inspectors Railroad Inspectors Marine Cargo Inspectors Vessel Traffic Control Specialists Public Transportation Inspectors Transportation Managers—Air Airplane Pilots/Co-Pilots Flight Engineers Flight Attendants Air Traffic Controllers Transportation Managers---Rail Traffic Managers Locomotive Engineers Railyard Conductors and Yardmasters Railyard Engineers Transportation Managers—Water Sailors Ship and Boat Captains Ship Engineers Truck/Bus/Taxi Traffic Managers Truck Drivers-Heavy Truck Drivers-Tractor-Trailer Bus Drivers-School Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs Transportation Managers—Mass Transit Dispatchers-Bus or Rail Bus Drivers—Transit and Intercity Subway and Streetcar Operators

33 When you begin a journey, the most important thing to remember is to plan for the trip. Your destination may change along the way, but you must have an idea of all the ways you can arrive at exactly where you want to be!


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