Using the process of visualization, students will start to identify preferred aspects of their ideal career.
Guidance & Careers
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Beginning April 20th, round 2 of the Let’s Talk Careers Competition is expanding to include prizes for individual participants as well as a grand prize for schools!
This contest will challenge students from grade 5 to 12 to come up with a future career concept that could be turned into a video in our next That’s a Real Job campaign!
Students will further develop their understanding and appreciation of the importance of personal interests, skills, achievements as well as previous job skills and experiences to the career development process.
Students will develop the understanding that there are many things that influence a person’s career choice.
Students will realize that high salaries are not always equated with a great lifestyle.