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Career Exploration Vocabulary
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A series of related jobs built on a foundation of interest, knowledge, training, and experience.
Routes that lead to a particular career.
Groups of related occupations. South Carolina recognizes 16 career clusters.
A short, informal talk with someone who works in a career that appeals to you.
Short term employment.
Following a worker a period of time while observing the worker's duties.
A short term job or work project that usually requires a formal commitment.
Programs that connect academic work with community service, allowing students to explore issues discussed experiences and community work.
Your physical and social surroundings at a workplace.
Employment extras, which may include health insurance, paid vacation and holiday time, and retirement plans.
Personal Career Profile
A collection of documents and projects that can help you achieve the career and the lifestyle you want.
Individual Career Plan
A course of action for planning your career.
On-site instruction in how to perform a certain job.
A school that offers a variety of skills-oriented, such as courses in automotive or computer technology.
A privately run institution that trains students for a particular profession.
Formal courses of study designed for adults.
Information about a job opening.
Communicating with people you know or can get to know to share information and advice about jobs.
A recommendation from a contact who is part of your network.
Social Security Number
A unique number issued by the federal government that is required for all workers.
A form that asks question about a job's applicant's skills, work experience, education, and interests.
Personal Fact Sheet
A list of all the information about yourself that you will need for a job application form or college application.
A brief summary of your personal information, education, skills, work experience, activities, and interests.
A ONE-PAGE letter telling the employer who you are and why you are sending your resume. This is the page directly before the resume.
Other people than family members who will recommend you to an employer.
Someone who learns how to do a job through hands-on experience under the guidance of a skilled worker.
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