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Vocational TV Program Videos
|Engineering Young Apprentices – The Experience||This program examines how the Young Apprentice scheme, launched in September 2004, is working in practice by following two pupils taking part in South Yorkshire.|
|California Career and Technical Pathways|
Work takes practice use these examples to help understand what is expected of you
- How do I get a job?
- What kind of job can I get?
- What is a career?
These are the type of questions many teens start asking when they get near the end of high school, college or just want a change.
|EXAMPLES OF POOR PERFORMANCE||I don’t know is the answer most kids will give if asked, “What do you want to do after you leave school?”|
There may not be a clear answer to that question. After all most adults don’t do the job that they would choose for their career.
It is important to make good decisions about what you like to do in the future. That means you need to try some things out.
The balancing of work, education and experience are the ground work for a career.
Which comes first? They are happening to you right now.
Interest tests can help you choose professions that fit your current desires and personality.
Count each experience as work experience. Volunteer at a non profit organization to gain experience. Be sure to get a letter detailing your work. Add these things to your portfolio. Your portfolio will document your work and abilities.
Most employers want a motivated and productive workers. Here are some things to watch for.
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