Mrs. Coors PCC Final Review
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What is the minimum diploma?
How often should you review your 4 year plan?
How often should you update your portfolio?
At age 18, this exam is available
High School Diploma
1-2 years after Bachelor's
Doctorate Of Philosophy (PhD)
3-4 years after Bachelor's degree
Professional School (Med, Law, Vet, etc.)
Depends on level of expertise
Money for college that you are awarded after an application review from an organization
A combination of financial options to enable a person to get an education after high school
A work program where you can work at the school where you are attending to help in the cost of your schooling
Money that you can borrow to pay school expenses. The payments begin 6 months after you end your education.
Money that is awarded based on economic status. This money does not have to be paid back.
Room and Board
Your housing and food costs
The cost of taking classes at a school
Books and Fees
Cost of books and materials, technology charges, etc. for attending classes
Who issue work permits?
Your high school
Work permits can be taken away because...
1. Poor school attendance
2. Failing grades
3. Discipline issues at school
Occasionally arranged by schools, businesses that hire students come to one place for students to gather information, pick up applications, talk with prospective employers, etc.
Personal Data Sheet
Lists of your personal information that is commonly asked for on a job application. School addresses, personal contact information for your references, addresses and specific information for your employers, etc. This is for YOUR USE ONLY. This is NOT YOUR RESUME.
A nice and NEAT, one page summary of your education, work history and job skills
Employment Eligibility Verification
Form that is required for employers to ensure that you are eligible to work in the US.
Thank You Note
What you should send to an interviewer after you have been interviewed for a job
When searching for careers, how many should you look at?
2 or 3 to start with, maybe more if your ideas change
What are some of the main factors that you should consider when searching for a job/career?
Will I be happy doing this job?
Will this job satisfy the lifestyle that I desire?
If you choose something with a job outlook that is not great, what should you do?
Take classes in the area that you think you might like while getting an education in an area with a good outlook. You may even be able to 'minor' in the area.
What affects salary?
A person's education and training, the current number of jobs available, the current number of people seeking employment
Skills you use in school that you will also use in your work life later
Specific Work Place Skills
Skills that are for a specific job
example; driving a forklift or evaluating a sick child
Things that are more personal skills
example; being cooperative, dependable, etc.
What are values?
Things that are important to you
A person who starts their own business
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The large publication that includes very specific information of thousands of jobs