Pre-Test 1.What two-year degree allows students to go directly into a high-skilled career? 2.What two-year degree prepares student to go to a four-year college? 3.How many Carpentry training programs are offered by Minnesota postsecondary institutions?
Objectives Identify postsecondary institutions that match your careers of interest Identify community and technical colleges that might match your careers of interest Update Postsecondary Plan
Review Last Lesson People with similar personalities interested in – Similar careers Careers ISTJ people are often interested in – Business Executive, Accountant, Police Officer, Detective – Judge, Lawyer, Doctor, Dentist, Computers, Military Careers ESFP people are often interested in – Artist, Performer, Actor, Sales Representative, Counselor – Child Care, Designer, Consultant, Photographer, Decorator
Associate Degree to Career Automotive Apparel and Design Accounting Construction Cosmetology/Hair Design Culinary Arts (Chef) Dental Assistant Electrician Hotel Management Nursing Public Safety Physician’s Assistant Veterinary Tech Welding
Associate Degree to 4-Year College Accounting Art Business Computer Science Education Fashion Design Hotel Management Horticulture Nursing Mathematics Music Sciences Physician Assistant Visual Arts
4-Year College or University Majors Accounting Biology Business Communications Criminal Justice Computer Science Education Engineering Finance Marketing Nursing Psychology Mathematics Music Physical Science Political Science Physician’s Assistant Visual Arts
2-Year Community and Tech. Colleges Minnesota Schools Alexandria Tech Anoka-Ramsey CC Century College Fergus Falls CC Itasca Community Coll. Minneapolis (MCTC) Rochester Com./Tech. Winona Technical Col. Out-State Schools Wisconsin: Madison CC Illinois: Elgin Com. Col. Western Iowa Technical C. S. Dakota: Lake Area Tech N. Dakota: United Tribes Florida: Miami Dade CC Central Oregon CC New Mex. Military Inst.
4-Year Colleges Minnesota Schools Augsburg College Carleton College Gustavus Adolphus St. Johns University University of Minnesota Crookston Duluth Morris Twin Cities Out-State Schools University of Wisconsin Illinois: Northwestern U Iowa: Luther College S. Dakota: Augustana Col. N. Dakota: Trinity Bible New York University Alaska Pacific University University of Hawaii
Sample Student Interested in being a carpenter Wants to earn an Carpentry Associate’s degree Learned about career through iseek website Likes to build things Good at kinesthetic activities Average Salary: $44,000 Would like to attend Southeast Technical College Career Match: Carpenter Major: Carpentry
Update Your Postsecondary Plan Identify colleges that may match your Careers of interest Complete sections in Admissions Readiness Postsecondary Institutions of Interest Career Match Majors/Programs of Study of Interest
Pair and Share 1.Are you interested in investigating the iseek website for career and college information? Why or why not? 2.Are there any two-year degrees that interest you? Why or why not? 3.What did you update on your Postsecondary Plan?
Post-Test 1.What two-year degree allows students to go directly into a high-skilled career? 2.What two-year degree prepares student to go to a four-year college? 3.How many Carpentry training programs are offered by Minnesota postsecondary institutions?
Review Two-year degree: Directly to a high-skilled career – Automotive, Apparel and Design, Construction, Cosmetology and Hair Design, Culinary Arts (Chef), Dental Assistant, Electrician, Hotel Management, Nursing, Public Safety, Veterinary Tech, Welding Two-year degree: To four-year college/university – Accounting, Arts, Business, Computer Science, Education, Horticulture, Nursing, Mathematics, Sciences, Physician’s Assistant, Visual Arts and Design Number of Carpentry training programs offered by Minnesota postsecondary institutions – 44
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