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Published by anna.swango, 2017-02-09 15:19:24

ENT Career Dev. activities

ENT Career Dev. activities

Career Development Activities

Entrepreneurship

Activity Details/Skills Covered

Job Acquisition Project Following a teacher presentation, students will create a cover letter, Resume,
Thank you Letter, Reference Table
Vision Board Students will create a vision board highlighting their future life, as they see it,
based on the career they have identified for themselves.
Career Table Students will use the Virtual Job Shadow website to create a career table.
Career Poster
Career Clusters & Jobs Students will use the information from their career table to create a career poster.

Students will identify all 16 career clusters and identify two example jobs in
each cluster that may interest them.


The Job Acquisition Project is designed to assist students in the critical task of preparing for and obtaining
employment. Through this task, students will demonstrate their learning through pieces of evidence:

 Professional Cover Letter with Personal Letterhead
 Professional Resume
 Thank You Letter with Personal Letterhead
 Recommendation Table

 Dateline
 Sender Address (person to whom the letter is addressed): Use Lithia Springs High School Address
 Salutation/Greeting
 Body
 Complimentary closing
 *Signature in Black or Blue Ink
 Typed signature line
 Enclosure notation
 Save as Cover Letter in the Career Unit Folder

 Dateline
 Sender Address (person to whom the letter is addressed): Use Lithia Springs High School Address
 Salutation
 Body
 Complimentary closing
 *Signature in Black or Blue Ink
 Typed signature line
 Save as Thank you Letter in the Career Unit Folder

 Heading
 Objective
 Education
 Skills/Qualifications
 Experience
 Awards/Certifications
 References
 Save as Your Name Resume in the Career Unit folder

 Complete the reference template table


7001 Shannon dr.

Douglasville 30122
470-767-4761
[email protected]

September 21, 2016

Andy gavin

founder
naughty dog
2425 Olympic Blvd

Santa Monica 90404

Dear Andy Gavin

Anna swango suggested that I contact you regarding the open videogame programmer position with naughty dog.
My educational background in computer science, along with my professional experience, makes me an excellent
candidate for this position.

As you will see from the enclosed resume, I have more than 1 years of experience in the field of coding. My
resume shows that I have been consistently rewarded for hard work with promotions and increased
responsibilities. These rewards are a direct result of my expertise in coding, my commitment to personal and
professional excellence, and my excellent written and oral communication skills.

If you have questions, or if you want to schedule an interview, please contact me at 470-767-4761. I look forward
to meeting you to further discuss employment opportunities with naughty dog.

Sincerely,

Henry Hernandez
Enclosure


AISHA KHOUNESAVANH


7105 Sir Galahad Way • Jonesboro, GA 30236 • (404) 555-1601 • [email protected]

OBJECTIVE
To gain experience within the marketing and business field and also to obtain knowledge and skills that will help benefit
me to achieve my future career.

EDUCATION Jonesboro, GA
Mount Zion High School Expected Graduation May 2013
GPA: 3.4/4.0

EXPERIENCE Jonesboro, GA
MZHS Attendance Office August 2012—Present
Secretary Assistant

- Student check-ins and check-out
- Records & files documents
- Update reports
- Create spreadsheets
- Delivers forms and documents
- Answer phone calls & records memos

MZHS School Store Jonesboro, GA
Associate August 2012—Present
- Served customers
- Handled money
- Restocked merchandise

Jersey Boyz Pizza Johns Creek, GA
Busgirl, Hostess, Waitress October 2011—December 2011
- Cleaned tables and swept floors
- Directed customers to seats
- Handled customers’ orders

Eximious95 Apparel Jonesboro, GA
Founder/Owner February 2011—January 2012
- Created designs
- Managed money, online shop, sales, and promotions
- Managed production of t-shirt

SKILLS
- Types over 60 wpm
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
- Skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver
- Marketing/Business skills


ACTIVITIES 2010—Present
FBLA MEMBER 2011—2012
FBLA VICE PRESIDENT
DECA MEMBER 2011—Present

REFERENCES William McAlexander
Anna Swango Marketing/Entrepreneurship Educator
Business/Computer Educator
Mount Zion High School Mount Zion High School
2535 Mount Zion Pkwy 2535 Mount Zion Pkwy
Jonesboro, GA 30236
404-428-1554 Jonesboro, GA 30236
[email protected] 678-549-5235

[email protected]


REFERENCES

References’ First and Reference #1 Reference #2 Reference #3
Last Name Michael Bruner Henry Gakuyo Anna Swango

Business/School Lithia springs high school Lithia springs high school Lithia springs high school
Name

Position teacher teacher teacher
Work Phone Number
Work Email Address 770-651-6727 678-651-6838 770-651-6700

[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]


Henry Hernandez
7001 Shannon dr.
Douglasville 30122
9/21/16

Andy Gavin
Founder
Naughty dog
2425 Olympic Blvd
Santa Monica 90404

Dear Andy Gavin:

Thank you for the opportunity to discuss your opening for a programmer. It was a
pleasure meeting you on September 16 and learning more about the position and Naughty
dog. I was impressed with the projects that Naughty dog is developing and with your
plans for the company’s growth.

I am enthusiastic about the possibility of working for you at Naughty dog. The position
sounds like a perfect match for my skills and experience. Please contact me at 470-671-
4761 if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Henry Hernandez


Vision Board Project

A vision board is simply a visual representation or collage of the things that you want to have, be, or do in your
life. It consists of an electronic poster displaying what you want in your life or the things that you want to
become.

What does a Vision Board Do?
1. A vision Board helps us to become very clear about what we want.
2. A Vision Board makes your goals visible and keeps them in front of your eyes.
3. A Vision Board reminds you of what you want.
4. A Vision Board allows you to choose your goals.
5. A Vision Board reminds you of what you are working for.
6. A Vision Board keeps you in a positive mood - as you put your attention on it you will feel yourself receiving
what you desire.
7. A vision Board allows you to create a purpose in life.

Instructions:
1. Find images you would like to include on your vision board. All of the following categories should be

represented:
a. Emotions (what do you want to feel?)
b. Relationships (who do you want to have close relationships with?)
c. Education (what education do you see yourself pursuing?)
d. Work (what work do you see yourself doing for a living?)
e. Location (where do you see yourself living – both city/town, type of dwelling?)
f. Recreational Activities (what would you like to do in your spare time?)
g. Travel (where would you like to travel?)
h. Lifestyle (how much money do you want to have)

2. Select approximately 15-20 images that best illustrate your above goals or dreams
3. Use Microsoft Word.

Vision Board Rubric

Requirements Points Possible Points Earned
50
Pictures are used to 25
represent each category
25
Paper has very little to no 100
white space

Time on Task- turned in on
time and working without
interrupting others/class.

Total


Commented [AS1]: ENT student example


CAREER PROJECT

OBJECTIVE: Using the Virtual Job Shadow website you will access your account, create a

career table.

ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT:

1. Go to www.virtualjobshadow.com
2. At the top of the page, click Log-in
3. Username: First initial, last initial, student number (no spaces)
4. Password: Lions1234

CAREER TABLE:

1. Choose 6 careers and create a table in Microsoft Word. The table will have 6 columns and 7
rows. Use landscape orientation. Save as “career table” in your folder. Use the following
column headings. Put the information into your own words.

Career Name
Career description
Required Education
Earnings (in Georgia)

Future Outlook
School Information (at least 2)


CAREER PROJECT
ASSSESSMENT RUBRIC

NAME____________________________________________________

ELEMENTS POINT POINTS
VALUE EARNED
CAREER TABLE
40
table complete with all required data 10
table is formatted properly and is creative
POSTER 25
poster complete with all required data 15
2 graphics 10
poster is creative & visual appealing

TOTAL POINTS* 100

2


ENT Student Example

Career Name Career description Required Education Earnings Future Outlook School Information (at
least 2)

Computer programmer Write code for the Bachelor’s degree $60980-$102960 Growth of an 8% in ten University of west
computer software. Associate degree
Also instruction for the years Georgia
computer to follow.
University of Georgia

Architect Plan out the structure Professional degree in $59410 - $111010 Growth of 17 percent University of Arizona
of the house or other architecture
buildings from 2012 to 2022 Phoenix college

Welders To weld metal material Many hours of training $27560 - $39990 Growth of 6 percent University of Montana
together and fill gaps and on job training. As from 2012 – 2022 Montana state
Mechanical between structures well as technical school $41660 - $59460 university
Engineering degree. $33800 - $57330 Growth of 5 percent
Technicians Make layouts of Associate degree $40000 - $114990 from 2012 – 2022 Indiana state university
Electrician mechanical equipment Post-secondary Ivy tech community
and record the data. training Growth of 20 percent college
Securities, Maintain power supply High school diploma or from 2012 – 2022 Bates technical college
Commodities, and in houses equivalent or through Walla Walla
Financial Services Sales apprenticeship Growth of 11 percent community college
Agents Sell people stocks and Bachelor’s degree and from 2012 – 2022 Texas tech university
help business on good Degree in business Baylor university
things to invest in. administration.


Career Clusters and Jobs

The last Career Headlines spotlighted 10 career fields that are expected to require the most new workers until
2022. Today, we will identify all 16 career clusters and identify two example jobs in each cluster that may interest
you.

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources - Animal scientist, Petroleum technician
Architecture and Construction - Solar energy specialist, Interior designer
Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications - Telecommunications specialist, Graphic designer
Business, Management & Administration - Entrepreneur, Human resources manager
Finance - Purchasing agent, Loan officer
Education and Training - Elementary and secondary teacher, Corporate trainer
Government and Public Administration - National Security specialist, Foreign service professional
Health Science - Pharmacist, Phlebotomist
Hospitality and Tourism - Event planner, Travel coordinator
Human Services - Child care director, Cosmetologist
Information Technology - Systems administrator, Web designer
Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security - Emergency dispatcher, Legal assistant
Manufacturing - Welder, Safety coordinator
Marketing - Account executive, Database manager
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - Drafter, Electrician
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster - Air traffic controller, Automobile service technician

Directions:
1. Review the clusters and name two that interest you.
2. Add two additional sample job titles for each cluster.
3. Go to O*NET Online. (http://www.onetonline.org/find) and write a 5-7 sentence paragraph discussing the
information you found about one of the clusters/careers that interests you.


Career Clusters and Jobs

The last Career Headlines spotlighted 10 career fields that are expected to require the most new workers until
2022. Today, we will identify all 16 career clusters and identify two example jobs in each cluster that may interest
you.

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources - Animal scientist, Petroleum technician

Architecture and Construction - Solar energy specialist, Interior designer

Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications - Telecommunications specialist, Graphic designer

Business, Management & Administration - Entrepreneur, Human resources manager

Finance - Purchasing agent, Loan officer

Education and Training - Elementary and secondary teacher, Corporate trainer

Government and Public Administration - National Security specialist, Foreign service professional

Health Science - Pharmacist, Phlebotomist

Hospitality and Tourism - Event planner, Travel coordinator

Human Services - Child care director, Cosmetologist

Information Technology - Systems administrator, Web designer

Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security - Emergency dispatcher, Legal assistant

Manufacturing - Welder, Safety coordinator

Marketing - Account executive, Database manager

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - Drafter, Electrician

Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Career Cluster - Air traffic controller, Automobile service technician
Directions:

1. Review the clusters and name two that interest you. Health Science & Information Technology
2. Add two additional sample job titles for each cluster. Health Science: Dentist & Paramedic Information

Technology: Computer Programmer & Graphic Designer
3. Go to O*NET Online. (http://www.onetonline.org/find) and write a 5-7 sentence paragraph discussing the

information you found about one of the clusters/careers that interests you.
Examine, diagnose, and treat diseases, injuries, and malformations of teeth and gums. May treat
diseases of nerve, pulp, and other dental tissues affecting oral hygiene and retention of teeth. May fit
dental appliances or provide preventive care.
Sample of reported job titles: Associate Dentist, Dental Surgery Doctor (DDS), Dentist, Dentist/Owner,
Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD), Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), Family Dentist, General Dentist,
General Dentist/Owner, Pediatric Dentist


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