_1 PP Intro_Goals, Spring'10

_1 PP Intro_Goals, Spring'10 - Welcome to IVYT 107...

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Welcome to IVYT 107 Professional Presence Introduction/Goals Week 1 Betty Hazlett [email protected]
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IVYT 107 Course Objectives Set goals Explore interests, personality traits, values and skills Develop Job-Seeking Skills Finding the Right Job Paperwork Application Resume Reference Page Cover Letter Interview Discuss Professionalism On-the-Job
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Your Goals in IVYT 107 Have confidence in your choice of: Concentrations/majors Career Determine what makes you employable Develop “professionalism” for Job-seeking paperwork Interview On-the-Job
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Course Components Class Attendance and Participation Weekly Participation Assignments Final Project Resume Project Career Development Project Extra Credit Project Betty Hazlett: [email protected] 317-821-1965 or 765-720-2068
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Professionalism Dictionary definitions Profession: a calling or occupation Professionalism: the conduct, aims, or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or professional person
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What is “Professional Presence?” Lifelong process of awareness Factors that influence various aspects Personal life Work life Time management Lifelong learning
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Changing Nature of Work Career no longer defined in terms of a single organization/job Individuals in current workforce can expect to have 9 employers Impact of global work place – cultural differences, time zones, international experience 87% of all Americans dislike their jobs
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Career Planning Process Self Assessment Who am I? What are my interests? What kinds of skills do I have? What are my work-related values? What is my work style? Exploration What’s out there? What options do I have? What jobs fit my skills? What careers and industries use them? Focusing/Networking Which organizations are a good fit? What do I need to be competitive? Who can connect me to these organizations? Job Search Action Plan Resumes, interviews, researching options
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Skills (2 general types)
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Specific Skills (skills related to a specific industry/occupation )
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Transferrable Skills (skills all employers look for)
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Examples of Skills Specific Skills Skills you learn in school or from experience: Computer programming languages Specific software
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Nahad during the Spring '07 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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