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Class 2 Class 10
Class 3 Class 11
Class 4 Class 12
Class 5 Class 13
Class 6 Class 14
Class 7 Class 15
Class 8 Class 16

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Class 1  -Aug 30 Back to top

Go over class roster

Introduce Dr. Dennis Leoutsakas, Living/Learning Explorers Coordinator
Faculty, Communication Arts
Fulton Hall (FH) 206

Syllabus
Famous people’s majors-quiz -Place in Notebook (everything is this color goes in your Notebook-the Notebooks will be taken up and graded at the end of the semester)  You can do the notebook physically or electronically
-If you get 10 out of 20 you get 5 points
-If you get 5-9 you get 4 points
-If you get 0-4 you get 3 points 


 

 

Class 2 -Sept 6 Back to top
  • Jessica Weber, Assistant Director - Writing Center
  • Football game and Pat's pizza Sept. 15th-Meet at noon at Pat's
  • Discuss Steps to Get Your Dream Job
  • You must have a three ring note book with the title "Career Notebook"
    -All assignments must be numbered and in red.. Everything due in the Notebook is on the "Notebook" link.  All activities due in the Notebook are on this in
    blue. Each entry will be worth one point. 
  • Return 1. Famous People Majors Exercise-5 pts.
  • 2. Cell Phone Activity-5 pts. 
  • Factors to Consider When YOU Choose Major-PP-Pages 1-9
  • Show and do  3. "Road Trip Nation" Exercise-10 pts-click here
    -Go to this website-http://roadtripnation.com
    -Click on "watch" and play opening video (click twice)
    -The "Episodes" are listed in a list below video
    -Select the San Francisco Episode (30 minutes) and show in class
    -Students must choose one episode and do assignment for next week

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  • Do 4. Dream Road Trip exercise in class-5 pts
  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.
    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    5.  Dream Job Reaction Paper-10 pts

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  • Next week is an exercise-behind Seagull Square-Attending = 5 pts-make sure you come to the lawn behind Seagull Square
  • Don't forget the assignment for Sept. 20th- 3. "Road Trip Nation" Exercise-10 pts-click here
    -Go to this website-http://roadtripnation.com
    -Click on "watch" and play opening video (click twice)
    -The "Episodes" are listed in a list below video
    -Select the San Francisco Episode (30 minutes) and show in class
    -Students must choose one episode and do assignment for next week
    The assignment is:
    1. Write a one-page paper that answers the following questions:
    -Why did you choose that episode?
    -Summarize what it was about?
    -Did it help you in any way as far as clarifying your career choice?
    -What did you learn from it?
    -What do you think about three people traveling the country trying to figure out their career?
    2. You will share your paper with the rest of the class.
     
  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.
    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    10 pts for attending

     

 

Class 3 -Sept 13 Back to top

 

6. Trust Building Exercise-5 pts-Behind Seagull Square-Seagull Square classroom reserved for rain backup.

  • Don't forget the assignment for next week, Sept. 20th- 3. "Road Trip Nation" Exercise-10 pts-click here
    -Go to this website-http://roadtripnation.com
    -Click on "watch" and play opening video (click twice)
    -The "Episodes" are listed in a list below video
    -Select the San Francisco Episode (30 minutes) and show in class
    -Students must choose one episode and do assignment for next week
    The assignment is:
    1. Write a one-page paper that answers the following questions:
    -Why did you choose that episode?
    -Summarize what it was about?
    -Did it help you in any way as far as clarifying your career choice?
    -What did you learn from it?
    -What do you think about three people traveling the country trying to figure out their career?
    2. You will share your paper with the rest of the class.
  • -September 15th-Saturday-Have lunch at Pat's (Pizza) and meet there at noon.  We will then go to the football game on Sept. 15th game against NC Wesleyan. The game is at 1PM and we go from Pat's.  Dr. D ok'd this on August 30th-Pizza only.

 

Class 4- September 20 Back to top
  • Jessica Weber, Assistant Director - Writing Center
  • Announcements
  • What can we do for Family Weekend at 10 am on Oct. 20th-a large tent will be set up on the quad in between the residence halls
  • Discuss what you thought of the trust building exercises
  • Turn in assignment:
     "Road Trip Nation" Exercise-10 pts-click here
    -Go to this website-http://roadtripnation.com
    -Click on "watch" and play opening video (click twice)
    -The "Episodes" are listed in a list below video
    -Select the San Francisco Episode (30 minutes) and show in class
    -Students must choose one episode and do assignment for next week
    The assignment is:
    1. Write a one-page paper that answers the following questions:
    -Why did you choose that episode?
    -Summarize what it was about?
    -Did it help you in any way as far as clarifying your career choice?
    -What did you learn from it?
    -What do you think about three people traveling the country trying to figure out their career?
    2. You will share your paper with the rest of the class.
  • Watch one of the Road Trip Nation videos

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  • For next week-Activity-Go to the lab and find 3 occupations on O*Net that may interest you-click here to go to O*Net
    From the occupations you chose in O*Net, list 3 majors you are thinking about and tell why you are interested in them. Click here to go to list of majors.
    Also list why you may NOT be interested in these majors-
    8. O*Net Majors-5 pts.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:  

  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.
    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    10 pts for attending
  • You must attend the Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 10th from 11 am to 2 pm in the Wicomico Room-You must see me or Dr. Emery and sign-in with one of us-Write a one page paper telling me who you talked to, why you chose those majors/minors and what was the outcome of your discussion.  For those of you who cannot attend, see me for alternative assignment.  9. Majors and Minors Fair-10 pts

 

 





Class 5-September 27 Back to top
  • Return Dream Road Trip exercise (handout) in class-5 pts
  • Return "Road Trip Nation" Exercise-10 pts-
  • Turn in 3 occupations on O*Net that  interest you-click here to go to O*Net and the 3 majors you are thinking about, why you are thinking about them and why you may not choose them.  Click here to go to list of majors. From the assignment discuss the following:
    *List 3 majors you are thinking about
    *Tell why you are interested in them.
    *List why you may NOT be interested in these majors
     
    8. O*Net Majors-5 pts
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  • You must attend the Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 10th from 11 am to 2 pm in the Wicomico Room-You must see me or Dr. Emery and sign-in with one of us-Write a one page paper telling me who you talked to, why you chose those majors/minors and what was the outcome of your discussion.  For those of you who cannot attend, see me for alternative assignment.  Majors and Minors Fair-10 pts
  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.
    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    10 pts for attending
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  • Click here for week 2 power point.  In class, Do 7. "Useful Facts"-5 pts. (Activity from power point)
  • Click here for week 3 power point-
  • From the RIASEC video-Pass out 13. RIASEC Video Questions-15 pts. prior to watching video 
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Class 6 -Oct. 4 Back to top
  • School Advisors Panel-Dr. Lisa Leslie and Kristin Paul (Stem Coordinator)-Henson/Kim Clark-Shaw-Seidel/
  • Return 12. RIASEC questions-15 pts
  • Return 7. Useful Facts handout-5 pts
  • Return 8. O'Net exercise-5 pts
  • Dr. D will speak at the end of class

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  • You watched the RIASEC video-click here for an update.
    Activity in Class-RIASEC QUIZ:  (pass out handouts)-Click here for class roster handout-I have the handout. 
    Each member will tell try to guess what each others personality code is and write it down.  
    Each person will:
    -Write down what you feel is your classmates 3 digit codes. 
    -Write down what you feel is YOUR 3 digit code. 
    -Tell each classmate what you think is their code and tell them why.
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  • You must attend the Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 10th from 11 am to 2 pm in the Wicomico Room-You must see me and sign-in with one of me-Write a one page paper telling me who you talked to, why you chose those majors/minors and what was the outcome of your discussion.  For those of you who cannot attend, see me for alternative assignment.  Majors and Minors Fair-10 pts
  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.

    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    10 pts for attending

 


Class 7 -Oct. 11 Back to top
  • Meredith Miller-MSW-Wicomico Department of Social Work
  • Get out  your RIASEC Code Activity paper finish guessing what each members dominant code is.  We left off with Jacob.  Next is Rachel.
    10.  RIASEC Class Roster Codes-
    20 pts.

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  • -Do the "My Next Move" assessment using my input. -Show my results in class-Go to the lab and do the "My Next Move" assessment and bring to class next week- 11.  My Next Move Interest Inventory-10 pts-click here to begin
    -Your printout should have:
    1.  Interest Profiler Summary and Score Report
    (Your personality-2-3 pages)
    2.  Job Zones
    (2-3 pages)
    3.  Career  List
    (Jobs-10-15 pages)
    4.  Select 3 jobs and list the major that goes with that job

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  • You must attend the Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 10th from 11 am to 2 pm in the Wicomico Room-You must see me and sign-in with one of me-Write a one page paper telling me who you talked to, why you chose those majors/minors and what was the outcome of your discussion.  For those of you who cannot attend, see me for alternative assignment.  Majors and Minors Fair-10 pts
  • You must attend the:
    6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
    Description: A program lead by outside speaker and author Pete Leibman.

    Pete Leibman is the author of "I Got My Dream Job and So Can You." Despite being told it would be "impossible," Pete landed his first dream job as an executive for the NBA's Washington Wizards when he was only 21 years old. Less than 2 years later, he created The Washington Wizards' Sports Careers Day and was promoted into management for the NBA's Washington Wizards (at the age of 23).
    -Location: PH 156
    -Date: 10/17/12
    -Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    10 pts for attending

 

 

 

Class 8 -Oct. 18 Back to top

● I will return your 9. Majors Fair papers-10 pts.
Turn in your 10. RIASEC Code Activity paper with the 2 codes you felt you were and the 2 codes the class felt you were. -20 pts.
Turn in your 11. "My Next Move" assessment-10 pts. (15 pages) -click here for login to My Next Move.
-Your printout should have:
1.  Interest Profiler Summary and Score Report (Your personality-2-3 pages)
2.  Job Zones (2-3 pages)
3.  Career  List (Jobs-10-15 pages)
4.  Select 3 jobs and list the major that goes with that job
Turn in  Dream Job Reaction Paper-10 pts. from the Oct. 17th presentation:
-6 S.I.M.P.L.E. Steps to Get Your Dream Job
-Location: PH 156
-Date: 10/17/12
-Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
One-page reaction paper telling me the following:
1. How did he get hired by the Wizards?
2. Who is he currently working for and why?
3. What did he say that made you think about your career?
4. Did he say anything that motivated you and if so what was it?

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Show 12. "Real People Cool Careers Volume1-25 pts-video and give out questions

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At 4 PM for Carlos Mir activity in the classroom.


Class 9 -Oct. 25 Back to top

 

 

 

 

 

Today you get to play your "Get Out of Jail Free" card-you can turn in any past assignments today and no points will be deducted!  The rest of the semester all assignments must be turned in on time!

-Jonathan Colon-Fulton School Advising Coordinator
-Dr. Sarah Timko, M.A., Ed.S., Advising Services Coordinator, Perdue School of Business

Return  10. RIASEC Code Activity paper with the 2 codes you felt you were and the 2 codes the class felt you were. -20 pts.
Return 11. "My Next Move" assessment-
10 pts. (15 pages) -
Return  Dream Job Reaction Paper-10 pts. from the Oct. 17th presentation:
Return 12.- "Real People Cool Careers Volume1-25 pts-video questions

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- Do Focus-click here for focus pp
- Go here to show Kooy account-kooy/ career1
-You must complete 14. Focus-25 pts
1.  Do Career Readiness and Self Assessment Sections
2.  Print out the "Printable Report" for each listing in those two sections (20-25 pages stapled)
3.  From all the job lists in the Self Assessment section, save and write down 10 jobs and majors associated with those jobs on a separate piece of paper
4.  Finally, from the "Work Assessment" section in Self Assessment, what is your three digit code (example-SRC)

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Go to lab and print out the academic checklists of the top 2 majors you are thinking about. In class, mark off the classes you do not think you will like and tell why.  Click here for checklists.

Click here for week 5 power point

Do the Career Family Tree Activity-do in class-click here for activity-pass out handout of tree

 

Class 10-Nov. 1 Back to top

 

On a piece of paper, write down your personality code from the Work Assessment section of Focus and compare it with your code in your previous assignment "My Next Move" assessment.  Write down both and turn in 15. Focus vs. My Next Move-5 pts 

Turn in your Focus results-25 pts
Click here to login-your access code is "fearthegull"
1.  Do Career Readiness and Self Assessment Sections
2.  Print out the "Printable Report" for each listing in those two sections (20-25 pages stapled)
3.  From all the job lists in the Self Assessment section, save and write down 10 jobs and majors associated with those jobs on a separate piece of paper
4.  Finally, from the "Work Assessment" section in Self Assessment, what is your three digit code (example-SRC)

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● Go to the lab and do 16. The Strong Interest Inventory-25 pts.  Strong is a very credible instrument that has been around for many years.  You will answer all of the questions (30 minutes or so) and your answers will be sent away to a Career Psychologist who will score your report.  When answering the questions, do not select "middle of the road" answers like "Don't Know", "Average", "Don't Understand" "No Preference",  etc.  Make a selection.  You will then need to make an appointment with me to discuss the results. (the report is sent directly to me) 
-Click here for a Strong Report-just like what you will receive

-To do Strong, go to this website:
https://online.cpp.com
*Use this information to login:
Student Login: salisbury1 - Student Password: seagulls2007
  (the "Student ID" will be assigned to you after you login)

After completing Strong, we will assign appointments in class with Mr. Endicott to provide you with the results of Strong.

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Click here for week 5 power point

 

Class 11-Nov. 8 Back to top


Return 13. Focus-25 pts and 14. Focus vs. My Next Move-5 pts

Student Panel Presentation-Samuel Voorhees-Junior History Major, Angela Hall-GA Career Services, my undergraduate degree in Communications and Psychology from Westfield State University in Massachusetts. My Masters’ degree here at SU will be in English – TESOL track. I also have a Masters’ degree in Higher Education Administration from Bay Path College in Massachusetts, Andrew Chambers (working on receiving  MAT in the Physical Education department.  Will graduate with MA and  certification to teach. Went to Washington College for my undergrad career and received my BA in Human Development (Elementary Education),  Greg DiBlasi, Student Business Leader, Senior marketing major.  Lauren Friedman, second year graduate student working on her MEd in Post-Secondary Education, hoping to eventually work at a Registrar’s Office, Veterans’ Affairs Office or Academic Advising Office in DC or Boston. She is the graduate assistant in the Registrar’s / Veterans Affairs Office. She did her undergrad at SU as well, and was a Human Communication Studies major with a minor in Marketing Management.

 

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Go to lab and print out the 17. Academic Checklists of Your Top Two Majors-10 pts you are thinking about. In class, mark off the classes you do not think you will like..  Click here for checklists.

22. Final Project-30 pts
Instructions:
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Divide into three groups
-Each group must select a leader and a name of the group and a logo-the name of the group and the logo must be included in the power point
-The leader is responsible for the pp, the name of the group (can not use Explorers), the logo and how the presentation will be presented
-Each group must do a group power point and each member must have the following listed in the  pp. 

* Also each member must discuss the following:
1.  Holland three Digit Code
2.  The major they have selected
3.  What you can do with that major
4. The career they have chosen and tell about the career what it is, the marketability, what it pays, etc.
5.  Each member must contact two Mentors and ask that Mentor at least five questions-the questions and answers MUST be in the power point and explained by that member-No excuses for not getting in touch with a Mentor-click here for the Mentor Network-Click here for example questions
6.  Why they chose this major and career

Each member must take an active role and discuss his/her section of the pp
-Due Dec. 6th

Return  16. Academic Checklists of Your Top Two Majors-10 pts

● In Class-VERY IMPORTANT! Get out your Focus and Strong Codes-Pass out the SU Majors/Holland Codes handout. Match your code/s up with the SU Majors/Minors handout.  Are these the majors you are thinking about? Each class member tell what their code is and what is the major/s that match up.  Turn in 18. SU Majors/Holland Codes-10 pts print out. (handout)-Click here for the list of SU majors and the codes associated with those majors. 

 

 

 

Class 12 -Nov. 15 Back to top

 

Guest Speaker-Mr. Chris Feready-Target Store Team Leader-will discuss information about the business world and the careers available at Target. He will discuss what it is about business that is appealing to him and the pros and cons of business

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Go over final project and divide class in to three groups

19. Final Project-Group Presentations-30 pts
Instructions:
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Divide into three groups
-Each group must select a leader and a name of the group and a logo-the name of the group and the logo must be included in the power point
-The leader is responsible for the pp, the name of the group (can not use Explorers), the logo and how the presentation will be presented
-Each group must do a group power point and each member must have the following listed in the  pp. 

* Also each member must discuss the following:
1.  Holland three Digit Code
2.  The major they have selected
3.  What you can do with that major
4. The career they have chosen and tell about the career what it is, the marketability, what it pays, etc.
5.  Each member must contact two Mentors and ask that Mentor at least five questions-the questions and answers MUST be in the power point and explained by that member-No excuses for not getting in touch with a Mentor

-click here for the Mentor Network-Click here for example questions

-The Mentor Network direct link is https://www2.salisbury.edu/alumninetwork/default.aspx

6.  Why they chose this major and career

Each member must take an active role and discuss his/her section of the pp
-Due Dec. 6th

 

Return  16. Academic Checklists of Your Top Two Majors-10 pts

● In Class-VERY IMPORTANT! Get out your Focus and Strong Codes-Pass out the SU Majors/Holland Codes handout. Match your code/s up with the SU Majors/Minors handout.  Are these the majors you are thinking about? Each class member tell what their code is and what is the major/s that match up.  Turn in 18. SU Majors/Holland Codes-10 pts print out. (handout)-Click here for the list of SU majors and the codes associated with those majors. 

-Sent out grading scales via email GullNet

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Class 13-Nov. 22-no class - Thanksgiving Back to top

 

 

 

Class 14 - Nov. 29 Back to top

Tour-HALO to give tour-Megan Griffiths-mgriffiths@haloministry.org

Next Week is your final project-30 pts


 

 

Class 15 -Dec. 6 Back to top

-Pass out  student evaluations

Power point presentations-Final Project-30 pts-Divide into three groups-each group must select a leader-each group must do a group power point and each member must have listed in the  pp his/her.  Also each member must discuss the following:
1.  Holland three Digit Code
2.  The major they have selected
3.  What you can do with that major
4.  The career they have chosen and tell about the career what it is, the marketability, what it pays, etc.
5.  How will you make yourself marketable in your chosen major/career
6.  Why they chose this major and career

Each member must take an active role and discuss his/her section of the pp
-click here for the Mentor Network-Click here for example questions

-The Mentor Network direct link is https://www2.salisbury.edu/alumninetwork/default.aspx

 

-Click here for evaluation used for final project

-Click here for student evaluations of the course

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Grading Scale Prior to Final Project-210 points possible:
189-210=A
168-188=B
147-167=C
126-146=D
125 and below-F


Final Grading Scale Prior which includes Final Project-240 points possible:
216-240=A
192-215=B
168-191=C
144-167=D
143 and below=F

 -Any extra credit must be turned in before December 7th

  -Project initially announced on Nov. 8th and students were told to contact Mentors early.  They were given time in class to work on it on Nov. 15th

Class 16  -Dec. 13 Back to top

 

No class

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Dates of Importance Back to top

Click here for book pp

Do the 18. DreamItTryItBecomeIt-10 pts activity in class-click here for the activity (handout)

Click here for 19. O'Net's  Holland Codes-15 pts. -go to lab
Instructions:
1. Click on your dominant Code (RIASEC) and print out your occupations list. 

2. From that list circle one careers you are interested in

3. Click on that career you are interested in and print out the "Summary Report" which includes Tasks, Tools and Technology, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Work Activities, Work Context, Job Zone, Education, Interests, Work Styles, Work Values, Related Occupations, Wages and Employment, and Sources of Additional Information.

4. In the Wages and Employment Trends section, from the states drop-down menu select the state you are interested in and click on "GO"

5. Print out the "Occupational Profile" for that career

6. Staple all papers and title it 19. ONet's Holland Codes

 

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● Have a student go over the University of Missouri Career Interest Game-click here

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● In class, do the 20. Life Color Quiz-10 pts (handout-Leaders and quiz) in 3 groups-I will give the leader the directions and each member will have the quiz given to them via a handout.  Once each member has completed the quiz the leader must have each member write down the following:
-their Color, Attributes, Stressors, Leadership Style, How They Motivate Others, and Potential Careers.  As the Leader, you must read off each of the above stated sections. 
-Once completed, each member and leader must turn in their Quiz and their Summary Report of the above

● Get out your SU Majors handout and look at the major you have chosen.  Go to the lab and go to this website, click here, to see 21. What Can You Do With Your Major-15 pts. 
1. From this website select your major and a career you are thinking about. Print it out. 
2. Research that career by going to this website, O'Net Online, click here.
   -click on "Find Occupations" and do a search for your career
   -print out the "Summary Report"

 

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Red-Confirmed
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● Class 1-Aug. 30
● Class 2-Sept 6-Jessica Weber,
Assistant Director - Writing Center
● Class 4-Sept 13 (announce lunch and football game on Sept. 15th.  Dennis ok'd on Aug. 30th-we will have pizza from Pats-sent email to pats 9-6)
● Class 5-Sept 20-3 pm -Writing Center
● Class 6-Sept 27
● Class 7-Oct 4-School Advisors Panel-
/Dr. Lisa Leslie and Kristin Paul (stem coordinator)/Kim Clark-Shaw-Seidel/
● Class 8-Oct 11-
Meredith Miller-MSW-Wicomico Department of Social Work
● Class 9-Oct 18-Carlos Mir-Juggling-4 pm
● Class 10-Oct 25-Jonathan Colon-Fulton-Dr. Sarah Timko, M.A., Ed.S., Advising Services Coordinator, Perdue School of Business
● Class 11-Nov 1-Chris Feready-Target
● Class 12-Nov 8-Samuel Voorhees, Angela Hall, Andrew Chambers (undecided at Washington College) Garrett White, Greg DiBlasi, Student Business Leader (gd87267@gulls.salisbury.edu). 
Lauren Friedman, Graduate Assistant, Registrar’s Office, Salisbury University
● Class 13-Nov 15
● Class 14-Nov 22-Thanksgiving-no class
● Class 15-Nov 29-Tour-
HALO to give tour-Megan Griffiths-mgriffiths@haloministry.org
● Class 16-Dec 6-Kathryn E. Redden, DELTA Resources, Inc., Senior Program Analyst SCSC Human Resources
30 Battle Group Way
Wallops Island, VA
● Class 17-Dec 13

Notes:
*Ask HALO to give tour-(9-7)-Megan Griffiths-mgriffiths@haloministry.org
*Ask McGladerey to speak (9-7)-Jen Poklemba-jen.poklemba@mcgladrey.com
*Ask Kim McBride (9-11) ro speak or give tour)
*Ask Meredith (9-11) ro speak
*Ask Chris Feready (Target) to speak (9-11)

Computer Lab Reservations:

Devilbiss Lab In room 205 for the following days:

 Senior Class: GENL 110-150

·         9/5

·         9/17

·         10/3

·         10/24

Freshman Class: IDIS 280-450

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