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Who Has Skills?

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on 23 November 2015

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Transcript of Who Has Skills?

What skills do you need to get and keep a job?
Job Skills
Who Has Skills?
Where do you learn depth skills?
University/College
Major Specific Classes
Applied Technology Colleges
MATC
UTI
On the Job Training
Military
Skills for all Jobs
Breadth (Soft) Skills
Top 10 Soft Skills
Strong Work Ethic
Positive Attitude
Good Communication Skills
Time Management Abilities
Problem Solving Skills
Acting as a Team Player
Self Confidence
Ability to Accept and Learn from Criticism
Flexibility/Adaptability
Working Well Under Pressure
Where do you learn breadth skills?
General Education Classes
English
Math
Science
History
All other Classes
Any Job
Personal Development
Self Help Books
Positive Support Systems
Family
Peers
Religious/Spiritual Leaders
Specific Skills needed to do your job.
Depth (Hard) Skills
Surgery
Drafting
CPR
Auto Repair
Construction
Computer Programing
Teaching
Foreign Language
Accounting
Cooking
Dental Care
Marketing
What skills do you have?
2 Types of Skills
T
Breadth or "Soft" Skills
Depth or "Hard" Skills
Breadth Skills = Study Skills!
Top 10 Breadth Sills
Strong Work Ethic
Positive Attitude
Good Communication Skills
Time Management Abilities
Problem Solving Skills
Acting as a Team Player
Self Confidence
Ability to Accept and Learn from Criticism
Flexibility/Adaptability
Working Well Under Pressure
Top 10 Study Skills
Time Management
Set Attainable Goals
Good Study Habits
Concentration
Good Note Taking
Completion of Assignments
Review Daily Notes
Organizational Skills
Motivation
Commitment
Depth skills without Breadth Skills
shs.nebo.edu
Your job is to figure out how the game is connected to choosing a career.

Let’s Play a Game

Get as many points as possible.
High scores get a prize!

Objective

Step 1
Roll the dice
Circle the number on your paper (first roll of each round is always free)
Step 2
Decide if you are in or out for the next roll.
If in: Roll dice and add that number to the last roll and circle that number.
If out: you will take the circled number to the next round. Once you are out you cannot return until the next round.

If you stay in when a 6 is rolled you will lose all points from all rounds and start back at zero for the next round.
The first roll of each round is always free.
A round only ends when everyone decides to stop or when a six is rolled.

Rules

Did anyone have a strategy?
What was it?
Did you stick with it?
If not, why did you change?
Did you find yourself competing with others?
How does the game connect to choosing a career?



Game Questions

Unsuccessful people are slow to make up their mind and quick to change. –Napoleon Hill

Successful people make up their mind quickly and are slow to change.

How do you make a decision about a career early?
Experience
Internships
Personality/Interest surveys
Career Pathways

Utahfutures.org
Select "Assessments"
Select "Interest Profiler" or "Career Cluster Inventory"
for an interest assessment
Select "Work Importance Locator"
for a work values assessment

Educationplanner.org
Select "Explore Careers that Interest You"
Select "Which Careers Match Your Skills"

Springvillepathways.weebly.com
Explore Pathway from your high school classes into a career.

College Preparatory Course Work
Utah Scholars Initiative (Regents Scholarship)
higheredutah.org
NCAA Clearinghouse (For College Athletes)
ncaa.org
Looking at Careers!
What goes into choosing a career?
Interests
Skills
Values
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