Presentation on theme: "My career in the Veterinary Field Breanna Rodriguez."— Presentation transcript:
My career in the Veterinary Field Breanna Rodriguez
My Multiple Intelligences The strongest multiple intelligence that I identified through my career exploration project was naturalist. – Naturalist: I am sensitive to nature and environment. I may know the names of rocks, flowers, birds, and trees. I love to be outdoors.
Application of Multiple Intelligence I see my strongest multiple intelligence in my career because to be a veterinary technican you have to be good with animals. As a naturalist this will come easier.
Training and Education I’ve though about getting my education and training for a Veterinarian Tech through Baker College. I would take two years to get my Associates Degree, and I would get into the Vet program that they have there. They teach you everything there is to know.
Most Attractive Career Aspect The main thing that caught my eye about this career and drew me into it is that I love animals, and I have a soft spot for them. I have wanted to be a Veterinarian since I was little. I want to help animals in any way possible.
Second Most Attractive Career Aspect The second thing that drew me into this career is that I’ll get to do a job that I love going to everyday. I’ll get to be around different animals every day.
Third Most Attractive Career Aspect The third thing that drew my eye into this career is the pay. – $39 an hour – $82,040 a year
Career Concerns One difficult aspect about being a Veterinarian is having to put an animal down. I know putting an animal down sometimes is for the best. You are taking them out of their pain, but that will be the hardest thing.
The Big Picture So many animals are being put down because their owners may not be able to support them. I want to take them in and find a loving caring family that can afford them. If I were to be a vet I could fix there medical issues before adopting them out. This would make it easier to find them better homes.