3375_MCISJr-09 - State of Montana Brian Schweitzer,...

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State of Montana Brian Schweitzer, Governor Montana Department of Labor and Industry Keith Kelly, Commissioner Created by: Montana Career Resource Network Shaunda Hildebrand, Director & Research & Analysis Bureau Todd Younkin, Bureau Chief Updated December 2008 Contributors: Donetta Clark Artwork from www.animewallpapers.com by BlueAngel17 This publication was adapted from ‘‘Montana Career Information System’’ by intoCareers, a unit of the University of Oregon. Hard copies of this publication are available by request. Contact Montana Career Resource Network at: P. O. Box 17 28 Hele na , MT 596 24-1 72 8 (406) 444- 2 4 30 or (8 00 ) 54 1-3904 www.ourfactsyourfuture.org
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Introduction: Welcome to the Montana Career Information System Junior (MCIS Jr). MCIS Junior is a fun and educational career exploration tool, designed specifically for middle school students. MCIS Junior includes activities to help students get to know themselves, there interests, dreams, preferences, and skills, as well as the world of work, and how to turn this knowledge into a career or educational plan. Occupational information is presented with the middle school student in mind, and is organized both by occupation and the 16 Career Clusters. Occupational and Career Cluster information contains real world interviews and videos, skills needed, how to prepare, high school courses, wages, advancement opportunities, working conditions, work locations, and job projections. MCIS Junior also contains electronic interest inventory and portfolio capabilities. Students can save their results and information, and develop their own educational and high school plans. When the students move on to high school, so can their portfolio. MCIS and MCIS Jr is paid for by the Student Assistance Foundation and is provided free of charge to all Montanans. How to log in to MCIS Jr.: You can reach the log in page by typing in http://smartaboutcollege.org/ . Once you get to this page you will see a green bar like this You will see under this bar click here to get to the log in page. Start by clicking on the Middle School link shown below…
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MCIS JUNIOR TABLE OF CONTENTS MCIS Junior Home Page 1 My CIS Quick Start 2 Who am I ? 6 Things I like to do worksheet 7 Qualities for success worksheet 8 Important life events worksheet 11 What are Skills? worksheet 13 Skills worksheet 14 My accomplishments worksheet 16 Where am I Going? 18 Career Clusters Inventory 19 Occupations scavenger hunt worksheet 21 Bobilator decision worksheet 22 Reality Check 25 My career action plan worksheet 26 How do I Get There? 28 Words for high school puzzle 29 Graduation requirements 30 What courses should I take? worksheet 31 My High School Course Plan worksheet 32
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[ Text Only | My Portfolio | Log out ] Return to: Menu Global Search Who am I?
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