The career that I am going to research is teaching at the middle school level. Teachers educate students, they inspire students, they learn from the students, and they change the way they teach, to better help the children learn, as well as change the way the children learn and think.
With such a large number of choices, the decision of a career major can appear overwhelming. Do you follow example of your parents? Do you take after the way your friends are taking? When you have a career major decision narrowed down, what do you think about that profession? Do you know what a designer, medical attendant, broker, welder, or agriculturist truly does? What salary will you be paid in this profession? The best approach to discover these responses is by asking individuals who know. Here are approaches to look into and increase encounter in diverse career fields.
The work space for an aviationist is wide open and increasing. There is a lot of jobs for an aviationist such as an engineer mechanic, serve technicians, avionics technicians, aircraft mechanics, aerospace engineering, and airline and commercial pilots. The reason I chose this career is because I have some family that went to college to learn about aviation and after researching about aviation and all it has to offer I realized that the job is wide open and increasing plus it is a great paying job. It is important to understand the education requirements needed for this particular career when making this decision.
Hello class, I recently got selected to work for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a Physical Scientist (Environmental) under the Recent Graduate program. Getting selected for the program and starting working for the EPA has been the most important thing in my life after the birth of my kids. I work in the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Region 8 Denver, Colorado. During the past month, I have learn a lot related to hydrology, oil well classes, CFR 40, well mechanical integration testing (MIT), and many more interesting subjects related to the program. I am almost done with my requirements to become a field inspector and hopefully next month I will be heading to the field with the enforcement unit to do some well injection inspections. I used to work as an Emergency Medical Technician in Fort Carson, CO as a GS employee. I retired from the military last year as a Combat Medic. As soon as I finish my Masters degree in Environmental Science, I will stay working for the EPA and will hopefully retired again from there in the far future. Maybe I will stay working in the EPA as a senior employee until I am 90 years old. Trust me, is that good! If anybody has any questions about the application and interview process for the EPA, please
In my adult life, the ideal career for me would be an Aircraft Mechanic. An aircraft mechanic undergoes the work of scheduled maintenance on immense aircraft to make them perform and fly safely. In accordance with technical order standards set by the U.S. Air force. I chose this career for several reasons. My father has done this since he was 18 and it is an interesting and challenging career choice. An aircraft mechanic can be employed at a number of bases around the world. I would like to stay close to home and work at Tinker Air force Base. There are several different options in this career for work environments; including flight line maintenance, which is outdoors in the elements, or in dock maintenance, which is in a capacious aircraft hangar or controlled environment.
Mandy Hale once said "You don't always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens." Now I know that many people will think I am crazy for using this in an essay about what I will be doing after high school, but this is one of many quotes I live by. I have spent the last two years stressing over what colleges I wanted to apply for, what major I would be studying for or if I will even go to college. Now that graduation is less than four months away, I can honestly say, I still can not decide on what I want to do after high school. Initially, I had decided on something in the veterinary field, but last year I did a career research project over astronomy. I am fascinated by space and how the universe works, but I realized I didn't want to do something I loved, like astronomy, and end up getting tired of it so I decided I would just focus on that as a hobby.Fast forward a few months and it was time for me to decide what class I would be taking at EOC Tech.
Not all young adolescents that graduate high school, advance to the next level in the academic world. These educational paths are “partially set long before they enter adolescence” (Sigelman 302). The level of achievement motivation that we gained in childhood in turn influences our decisions and life outcomes. Bright and achievement-oriented young adults are less likely to drop out of high school and further their educations by enrolling in college. Adolescent experiences do have some impact on whether young adults “make the most out of intellectual abilities” or whether they never pursue college after high school. According to our society, 30% European Americans, 17% African Americans, 49% Asian Americans, and 11% Hispanics finish four years of college
Whether or not you know which career path you will be headed down, college is a rather terrifying journey to begin and the concept is made even more daunting when you realize that you are on your own. I, myself, have already come to terms with this fright, but that by no means makes it any less of a challenge to deal with. To make my experience less of a fumble through a dark room, so to speak, I chose a career path to help light my way that I know I will love; Design. Now, I have dabbled in the arts my entire life, from teaching myself the basic anatomy of animals to how to blend colored pencils and shade with a pen. However, that does not make me a professional, not by a long shot. Taking these design classes, especially Design 183, I hope
Christine Gregoire said the famous quote, “Education is the foundation upon which we build our future.” It is because of this premise that I have chosen my career path. I don’t want to be a bystander of what the future holds. I want to participate in its creation. Education gives me that chance - that choice - to be more than just a witness of our future. In other words, teaching is a method by which a single person can influence a room full of bright minds to be more than just bystanders. That is how the future is made.
There are so many opportunities in the world today and sometimes it can be difficult to determine exactly what you want to do with your life. Up until the beginning of this year, I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to be or what I wanted to major in for college. Now, not only have I decided to do engineering, but I have settled on which engineering discipline to major in.
As many children embark onto a fascinating yet terrifying educational journey, they are unaware of all the time that is needed to mentally, physically, and emotionally conquer 12 years of back-to-back school to succeed. There is a wide variety of occupations that these aspiring children can strive for: firefighters, doctors, or having the grave responsibility of putting the welfare of all America’s inhabitants - the president. The thought of pursuing such a career was irrelevant as the only main focus was the present and not how beneficial it could be in the future but now being a freshman in college, I had succumbed to tirelessly wanting to become a doctor. The competition to become a doctor in college is surreal but with sleepless nights,
While going through the process of the P.A.C.E. brainstorm I have learned more about what my strong suits are as well as what I need to work more on. The brainstorm process did not really guide me to any specific field because I already had a pretty good clue about what I wanted to do, but it did help confirm that I would fit in the field I want to go into. The field that I am interested in is engineering because I am a good problem solver and I enjoy finding out how things work. My ideal career goal is to become a mechanical engineer but if I end up switching to a different kind of engineering I would not be too surprised. Mechanical engineering interests me because I am good with numbers, good at solving problems, and enjoy learning how things work. One experience that I have had that has had a major influence on my career choice is a summer camp that I went to two summers ago where I went to KU for an engineering camp and I chose mechanical engineering to learn about. That experience has impacted me in a huge way and is
My goal for my future career path would be a psychologist. Currently, I am leaning more towards working with children and at-risk youth to help them with potential mental illnesses. It’s been a dream of mine for a long time to help other’s that are battling with internal problems. I’m not sure if I would like to take my degree and become a therapist or strive further to become a psychologist. After completing research for the code of ethics in Psychology I was shocked that it’s so many rules and regulation. I feel this was important for me to be aware of this before I graduate with my degree.
I go to Udall High School. I am involved in Volleyball, Softball, Travel Softball, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Organization of FFA, and 4-H. Together FFA and 4-H have been a huge part of my life for the past thirteen years. I have been a babysitter and I currently work at Sonic Drive-In. I come from a family of four, my mom, dad, my sister, and I. I am planning on attending college at Oklahoma Panhandle State University to major in Animal Science. My future career is to become an Animal Biotechnologist. My family raises goats, dairy cattle, chickens, and pigs.
Thinking about the future and what I want to do with my life is a very daunting task. I can be the first to admit that after graduation I do not really have any idea of what I am going to do, especially in terms of a career. I decided to major in criminal justice because on the first day of orientation freshman year, my group leader gave us the advise that for us to really enjoy college, we need to major in something that we are really interested in, not just something that we know will make us good money. I took this to heart and decided that Criminal Justice was the perfect fit for me because I enjoyed learning about the subject. While I am enthused about the subject, I have never really known what I wanted to do with the degree.