October 30, 2018 Minnesota State CAREERwise Help Your Students Become CAREERwise! Help Your Students Become CAREERwise! facilitated by:
Chris Sonnek Academic Advising Specialist Mary Rothchild Senior System Director for Workforce Development Joy Brown CAREERwise Program Administrator
and Webmaster 2 Agenda Activity Introductions Create a Career Explorer Profile
The Career Planning Model STEP 1: Assess Yourself STEP 2: Explore Careers STEP 3: Create a Plan & Set Goals STEP 4: Expand Skills STEP 5: Find a Job (Explore the Job Market)
Activity Map Resources to Your Career Explorer Profile 3 Activity Form groups of 2 3 people Introductions
In your small group, introduce yourselves and talk about the types of students you work with Create or select a career explorer profile You can use the sample profile cards or create your own Keep the profile you created in mind as we walk through the presentation. Which resources could you use with this career explorer?
Well use the career explorer profile you created in the activity at the end of this presentation. 4 Sample Profile: Luciana High School Student What is the education /
experience level of this career explorer? Luciana is about to start her last year of high school. She is on the girls basketball team and enjoys being part of a team. What are the career goals for this explorer?
She really hasnt started thinking about a career yet. She isnt sure if college is for her. 5 https://bit.ly/2Smkpj5
6 Career Exploration on CAREERwise How to get started 7
The Career Planning Model https://bit.ly/2OVzcDC 8 9 10
46 Occupations in Demand https://bit.ly/2CL6626 47 Job Vacancy Data
https://bit.ly/2AfX2PK 48 Regional Career Information https://bit.ly/2yAmik8 49
ACTIVITY 50 Activity Instructions In your group, use the profile you created at the
beginning of this session to identify CAREERwise resources you could use to help your career explorer. You can use the presentation handout to help you. For those of you with a phone, youll find a QR code at the top of each new resource presented. Use this or the URL to navigate through the website on your phone. Use the activity handout to record your groups answers.
Well come back together and share what we found. 51 Activity Handout What resources would you use to help this student? Which pieces of data / information could be helpful for making a career or education decision? Were there any resources you couldnt find that
would be helpful to your student? 52 More Resources for Career Counselors https://bit.ly/2AuohYl
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