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1 Informational Interview Fashion Designers

2 Work Description Primary work tasks Study fashion trends and anticipate designs that will appeal to consumers Decide on a theme for a collection Use computer-aided design programs (CAD) to create designs Visit manufacturers or trade shows to get fabric samples Select fabrics, embellishments, colors, or style for each garment or accessory Typical day like Work with other designers or team members to create a prototype design Present design ideas to the creative director or showcase them in fashion or trade shows Market designs to clothing retailers or directly to consumers

3 Training Education is required Bachelor’s degree find an art and design college where you can embrace creativity, hone your skills and prepare for a career in your field curriculum meets the needs of the industries served by our college. Majors are appropriate graduates enter the global market as highly trained professionals ready to make a contribution programs are constantly evolving with the input of our incredible Advisory Board and Industry Partners

4 Skills and Personality Traits Students have different learning styles focus on different types of information, tend to operate on perceived information in different ways, and achieve understanding at different rates Students whose learning styles are compatible with the teaching styles of a course instructor tend to retain information longer apply it more effectively, learn more, and have a more positive attitude toward the course and college in genera

5 Work Setting People do this type of work at student thinking of a career in fashion fashion that you could consider students who wants to work in fashion, there are many routes you could take to get there Studying at university might be the way to go if you're serious about a career in the industry A degree will give you historical and contextual knowledge that other routes into the industry might not provide

6 Salary

7 Advancement After gaining experience, beginning designers may advance to assistant technical designer, pattern designer, designer, and head designer positions Sometimes fashion designers advance by moving to bigger firms After many years of work, top designers sometimes become partners in the firm

8 Employment Outlook Employment of fashion designers is projected to decline 3 percent from 2012 to 2022 Declining employment in the apparel manufacturing industry is preventing overall employment of fashion designers from increasing -3% (Decline)

9 Geographic Mobility Geographical mobility as a catalyst for fashion designers Has been decreasing over the past decade As everything from immigration, airport security and road tolling become headline news, the need to understand mobility has never been more pertinent

10 Professional Organizations The association of sewing and design professionals has approximately 400 members The mission is to support individuals engaged in sewing and design related businesses, in both commercial and home- based settings encourage and support students in fashion design by offering scholarships to attend conference features master class caliber instruction in sewing techniques, fitting, creative design, business practices, and other aspects of professional sewing and design

11 Informational Interview Criminal Justice

12 Work Description Primary work tasks Teach courses in criminal justice, corrections, law enforcement Prepare coursework such as syllabi, homework, and handouts Plan course content, course materials, and methods of instruction Talking to other professional Typical day like Student fieldwork and research Students in classroom discussions Prepare, administer, and grade exams Developments in the field by reading participating in professional conferences

13 Training Education is required bachelor's degree is the minimum formal education required require a master's degree some may require a doctorate Majors are appropriate 5 major fields of Criminal Justice are Law Enforcement, Courts/Judiciary, Corrections, Forensic Science, and Private Security

14 Skills and Personality Traits Complete your degree 100% online with no campus visits In-depth curriculum: Leadership in Criminal Justice Criminal Behavior Crime Analysis Highly accomplished and student-centered faculty members Top Choice for Transfer Students in 2012 by US News & World Report Quality preparation for advanced graduate degrees Online Certificates and Post-Baccalaureate’s Certificate also available

15 Work Setting Law Enforcement Track Corrections Track Legal Processes Track Loss Prevention / Assets Protection Track New freshmen will be accepted directly into the Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences Department of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences expects its majors and students enrolled in its courses to engage in legal, ethical, professional, and civil behavior which respects the rights of all persons

16 Salary

17 Advancement Education requirements for these fields vary according to state and locality, but some bachelor’s degree as a minimum for an entry- level position also require attendance at specialized schools such as police academies. Many criminal justice agencies also have age requirements for entry- level positions Job opportunities throughout the criminal justice field are generally favorable at the entry level Jobs become more competitive at higher levels.

18 Employment Outlook Employment of police and detectives is projected to grow 5 percent from 2012 to 2022, slower than the average for all occupations Continued interest for public safety will lead to new openings for officers; however, jobs may be competitive, depending on location

19 Geographic Mobility effect of geographic mobility on both violent and property crime rates over a 20-year period Additional research is needed concerning, among other things: internal variations in the role of geographic mobility on crime rates measure more directly the intervening processes hypothesized geographic mobility and crime provinces persistently have generally higher crime rates

20 Professional Organizations national organization that provides training, supports awareness, and strives to increase inter-agency cooperation professional organization dedicated to criminal justice research, education and policy analysis

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