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6.02 Create a career portfolio that exemplifies personal acquisition of academic, occupational, and SCANS competencies/employability skills.
Essential Question's How is my Career Management Portfolio a reflection of me? How is the portfolio a “work in progress”? How will my portfolio be valuable to me in the future?
Show proof of employability attributes through the selection of artifacts. Punctuality Attendance Cooperation/Teamwork Responsibility Professionalism Work ethic
Exemplify SCANS competencies through the selection of artifacts. 1. Workplace competencies Resources (plan of action you created while serving as chairperson of prom committee) Interpersonal skills (documentation of a church mission trip to another country) Information (spreadsheet of personal budget) Systems (serving as a club officer) Technology (photograph of building that you constructed)
2.Foundation skills a. Basic skills 1.) Reading 2.) Writing (creative writing, research paper) 3.) Math 4.) Speaking 5.) Listening b. Thinking skills 1.) Creativity 2.) Decision-making 3.) Problem solving 4.) Reasoning c. Personal qualities (a letter from a club sponsor summarizing your leadership skills)
A Personal Career Portfolio Section I – Introduction Table of Contents Letter of Introduction (skills, goals, analysis of portfolio contents) Section II – Personal Information Birth Certificate, Driver License, Photo ID, Work Permit, etc.
Section III – Self-assessment Section IV – Career Research Section V – Decision Making Process Flow Sheet Section VI – Career and Education Planning
Section VII – Employability Skills Job seeking Skills Artifacts Demonstrating SCANS Competencies Section VIII – Employee Attributes
Career Portfolio should contain the following Transcripts Letter of recommendations Samples of your best work Reference letters Certificate of achievements Newspaper articles featuring your community service Documents showing how you manage time, how you balance life roles, and how you make decision
Career Portfolio helps you plan your education, career and life is a professional collection of accomplishments it provides evidence of each of the following, accomplishments, skills, and movement toward self improvement can help you get to know yourself better don’t handwrite your labels, it could take away from the professional appearance of your portfolio A pay check is not valuable for a portfolio
Career Portfolio can help you make decisions about your career and education Career portfolios are not random collections of accomplishments, your goals should guide you in selecting documents are worthwhile investment of time because it documents a individuals life, education and career can help someone reflect on interests, achievements and goals no ones portfolio will be the same
Career portfolios as a student a portfolio is used mostly to learn about yourself attributes are the most difficult to demonstrate with documents during an interview a portfolio will help you present believable, accurate description of yourself If you aspire to work in the medical field, include a copy of your first aid and CPR card should be placed in your portfolio.
Career Portfolio If you aspire to work with children you should include a letter from a elementary principal thanking you for tutoring Your report card with declining grades will not display a attribute of responsibility Your official transcript will display an attribute of punctuality
Electronic Career Portfolio An Disadvantage is that it may be viewed as a random collection of documents by potential employers An Advantage is that you can it.