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Student’s name: ___________________ Mr. Cleon M. McLean Period: _______ Department of English Date: ___________________ Ontario High School Outline for a Mini-Research Paper on Career Choice “Today it [education] is a principal instrument in awakening the child to cultural values, in preparing him [or her] for later professional training, and in helping him [or her] to adjust normally to his [or her] environment. In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he [or she] is denied the opportunity of an education” —Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren, opinion in Brown v. Board of Education, 1954 Visit Username: Ontario Password: Jags 1. Create your own account on . Then, take the career “assessment” (button on the top of the website). Choose a career that you find interesting. Research this career (for example, find out how many years of education are needed; which colleges offer majors or programs in your career area; the job market trends; requirements for the job; the average salary and benefits in your career area; and either interview someone in your career area (more points for this personal interview) or use the online interviews provided by . Save your information in the “portfolio” section of the website. You will print your portfolio information at the
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  • Fall '14
  • McConnel
  • Biology, Writing, Style guide, Modern Language Association, career choice

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