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1 Student Development B6Student Development B6 Fall 2014 Week 8 Instructor Jenny Peters

2 Announcements Today is the last day to withdraw with a “W”

3 Assignments Due Today:Assignments Due Today: Diversity Paper

4 HABITS OF MIND IT’S POSSIBLE

5 L IS FOR LEARN FOR LIFE

6 LEARN FOR LIFE Apply past knowledge to new situations Develop skills in gathering information Make informed decisions Problem solving skills for employment Tackle life’s challenges Remain positive

7 “In oneself lies the whole world, and if you know how to look and learn, then the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give you either that key or the door to open, except yourself.” J. Krishnamurti ( ) Speaker, Writer, Philosopher

8 “Most people wish for riches, but few people provide the definite plan and burning desire which pave the road to wealth.” ~Napoleon Hill~ ( ) American Author

9 “If you don't like something - Change it; If you can't change it - Change the way you think about it.” ~Mary Engelbreit~ Graphic Artist, Children’s Book Illustrator

10 REVIEW

11 Diversity Acknowledge – similarities and differences Acceptance – of other cultures who do not believe as you do Action – Choose your responses to prejudice and discrimination with the truth, understanding, critical thinking and open mindedness.

12 INTRO TO CAREER DEVELOPMENT

13 Career GoalsCareer Goals A goal is where you want to be. A plan is the strategy you employ to get there. –“Bite-sized” steps of action –Details the activities –Organizes your dreams

14 A plan is not a life sentence.A plan is not a life sentence. As your interests and expertise change, feel free to adjust your plans and goals.

15 DEFINITION OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT YouTube Video

16 Possibilities – Career CaféPossibilities – Career Café Video “Where Will you be in 5 years?”Where Will you be in 5 years? Video Oprah “Find Your Calling”Find Your Calling

17 Other Web ResourcesOther Web Resources O*NET Interest Profiler CareerZone Interest Profiler Careerlink Inventory California Career Café Keirsey Temperament Sorter What can I do with my personality type? cms.bsu.edu/About/AdministrativeOffices/CareerCenter/E xplore/Assessment/TypeFocus/WhatPersonality.aspx cms.bsu.edu/About/AdministrativeOffices/CareerCenter/E xplore/Assessment/TypeFocus/WhatPersonality.aspx Career Key

18 Eureka True Colors Inner Heroes –Planner –Thinker –Helper –Doer

19 Career Café – StrengthsCareer Café – Strengths Strengths videoStrengths Good to Know videoGood to Know

20 Picture It!Picture It! “To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan…believe…act!” – Alfred A. Montapert Some ideas… Visualize Work you would like to do… Imagine your work space… Picture your co-workers… Identify a life motto…

21 Career MythsCareer Myths 1.Career satisfaction depends on finding the perfect job. 2.It’s the employer’s responsibility to provide fulfilling work and the chance to grow. 3.If I just get that degree, promotion and raises are mine. 4.Career success invariably means moving up the corporate ladder. 5.Career planning and change are only for the young.

22 5 Steps in Career Development5 Steps in Career Development

23 Assess yourself:Assess yourself: Interests Abilities Values

24 Career Center WebCareer Center Web centerwww.bakersfieldcollege.edu/career- center www2.bakersfieldcollege.edu/counselin g/careercenter/www2.bakersfieldcollege.edu/counselin g/careercenter/

25 Other Web ResourcesOther Web Resources O*NET Interest Profiler CareerZone Interest Profiler Careerlink Inventory California Career Café Keirsey Temperament Sorter What can I do with my personality type? cms.bsu.edu/About/AdministrativeOffices/CareerCenter/E xplore/Assessment/TypeFocus/WhatPersonality.aspx cms.bsu.edu/About/AdministrativeOffices/CareerCenter/E xplore/Assessment/TypeFocus/WhatPersonality.aspx Career Key

26 Eureka True Colors Inner Heroes –Planner –Thinker –Helper –Doer

27 Career Café – StrengthsCareer Café – Strengths Strengths videoStrengths Good to Know videoGood to Know

28 Know YourselfKnow Yourself “Do what you love. You’ll be better at it.” Francis Ford Coppola

29 Career Café – InterestsCareer Café – Interests

30 Career Café “Personality” CountsCareer Café “Personality” Counts Realistic Investigative Artistic Social Enterprising Conventional

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37 JOHN HOLLANDJOHN HOLLAND Video

38 6 Holland Personality Types6 Holland Personality Types

39 Research what’s out there:Research what’s out there: Eureka O*Net online O*Net Interest Profiler career.berkeley.edu/InfoLab/CareerField s.stm career.berkeley.edu/InfoLab/CareerField s.stm Keirsey Sorter and finding a Career that Fits You op.asp op.asp

40 Research what’s out there:Research what’s out there: OOH Career One-Stop Career Café Berkeley Career Center “What to do with a major in…” career.berkeley.edu/InfoLab/CareerField s.stm career.berkeley.edu/InfoLab/CareerField s.stm

41 Next StepsNext Steps Match your interests, abilities, and values to an occupation using research above Make a decision –Get the training or education Reevaluate –Start all over when changing careers

42 CAREER ADVICE TO THE YOUNG BY SUZE ORMAN Video

43 CAREER CENTER RESOURCES

44 EUREKA OnlineEUREKA Online Site: Bakersfield College Your Site ID Code: SHGYYBC (Not needed in Career Center)

45 Create Your Personal Eureka Online Account 1.Go to Click Sign Up.www.eureka.org 2.Under Students/Clients enter Site ID Code, click Next 3.Complete the personal information form 4.Double click on your counselor/teachers’ name, if listed. Click Next. 5.Choose a Log in name and Password (write them somewhere safe) Note: Do not put in spaces or special characters.

46 BLUEGOLD ORANGEGREEN True Colors

47 Seek to love and be loved Value Peace and Harmony Loves to inspire and support To thine own self be true Plan it Values Order and Tradition An Organizer and Planner Early to bed, Early to Rise Risk taker Values adventure and change Loves to be where the action is Go for it! Leader and Intellect Values their independence and ability to learn Loves a challenge Knowledge is power!

48 BLUE  Nurturer and Supporter  Teacher, Social Worker, Waitress, or Nurse.  Prefers a friendly and warm work environment.  Creative work style, enjoying variety in their day-to-day interactions.

49 GOLD  Planner and organizer.  Tax examiner, banker administrator, secretary, or construction worker.  Prefers a structured environment with clear lines of authority.  Their work style is thorough, punctual and efficient.

50 GREEN  A Natural leader and intellect.  Scientist, engineer, business manager, college instructor, play writer, web developer.  Prefers a challenging, independent work environment.  Their work style is that of an innovative problem solvers.

51 ORANGE  A SEEKER OF ADVENTURE!  PILOT, ACTOR, POLICE OFFICER, REAL-ESTATE AGENT, MUSICIAN  PREFERS A DEMANDING WORK ENVIRONMENT WHERE THEY CAN HIGHLIGHT THEIR TALENTS.  ACTION-ORIENTED WORK STYLE PREFERRING HANDS-ON WORK.

52 Seeks to understand how the world works. Seek to explore the world. Seeks to maintain and organize the world. Seeks to understand people BlueGold Green Orange

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55 Bill Clinton Einstein Steven Spielberg Dan Rather Mr. Rogers

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57 STDV B6 Jenny Peters

58  Passion  Interests  Abilities  Values  What you like to do!

59  Learn more about your career options:  EUREKA  True Colors  Career Cafe  O*NET  Occupational Outlook Handbook  ASSIST Exploring majors

60  Connection between major and choices  Match your interests with your goals  Personality Mosaic  Holland’s Codes  O*NET

61  Long term goals  Short term goals  How to put your choices into action

62  In your classes:  Projects  Research Papers  Research opportunities  These add up to experience that will help you when you graduate and are looking for that first job.

63  Skills identified by employers  Computer skills – Word processing and  Quantitative skills – Math and reasoning  Communication skills – both written and oral  Marketing and sales – influencing ideas  Scientific skills  Language skills  Leadership skills

64  Basic skills  General Education  Major  Transfer Level “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” ~ John Dewey~

65 Career AssessmentCareer Assessment Tools and cost website

66 PERSONALITY MOSAICPERSONALITY MOSAIC

67 John Holland’s RIASEC HEXAGONJohn Holland’s RIASEC HEXAGON

68 Compatible Work EnvironmentsCompatible Work Environments

69 O*NET and Personality Mosaic Codes Deciphering a good match for your occupation based on Holland’s Personality RIASEC Codes By Jenny Peters

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79 Career Café – OptionsCareer Café – Options Video 5 Ways Ed Pays5 Ways Ed Pays Video

80 Road to SuccessRoad to Success Certificate Apprenticeship Associate Degree Bachelor Degree Military Service

81 Career Café – DecisionsCareer Café – Decisions Video Make a DecisionMake a Decision

82 Career Café - Decisions Thinking Cap Gather Information Check your Instincts Identify Benefits Identify Negatives Be Innovative Next Steps

83 Career Café – GoalsCareer Café – Goals Video You can Make it One Step At a TimeYou can Make it One Step At a Time Video How to set SMART GoalsHow to set SMART Goals

84 Get S.M.A.R.TGet S.M.A.R.T Specific Measurable Action-Packed Realistic Time-Bound

85 Career Decision Checklist pdfCareer Decision Checklist pdf I know my career direction I’m not sure about my career direction I have no idea about my career direction

86 Assignment Part I – Career Research Outline using Personality Mosaic (this week) Part II – Career Exploration Research paper (next week)

87 Part I “Career Research Outline”Part I “Career Research Outline” Form – Due next week – 50 points Fillable Forms online Use O*NET, EUREKA and other sources to fill out the Form Attach copies of the printout results from: –Personality Mosaic –Eureka, or other source of your chosen occupation

88 Part II Career Exploration Research Paper 500 Word Essay, Typed – Due in 2 weeks – 100 points –Compare exercises and resources used –What you like about your favorite career –Discuss/compare Personality Mosaic results, O*NET Interest Profiler results, and research findings –Explain Potential job characteristics Job growth/decline Expected salary Why you chose the field What is especially meaningful or important to you about the career? Use research from O*NET and other sources from Part I –Complete O*NET Interest Profiler –Research your major/occupation

89 Homework Recap:Homework Recap: Due Next Week: –Career Exploration Part I (Outline Form) –Read Choosing your major/career Due in 2 Weeks: –Career Exploration Part II (Essay) Don’t forget, time is running out: –Library Workshop (100 points)

90 Career Center TourCareer Center Tour We are going on a Career Center Tour Gather your belongings Follow me

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