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Transcript: My car would be a 1942 Ford Woody Station Wagon. My Ideal career is becoming a Marine Photographer. Marine Photographers get payed on average 40,000-50,000 per year. taking pictures exploring being adventurous playing water polo trying new things These 3 pictures I took at the Great Barrier Reef. My Ideal Career By: Olivia Kistler Values 2nd and 3rd Ideal Career 10 Year Action Plan *I would like to live in apartment in San Diego. The house has 2 bathrooms and 3 bedrooms. Lifestyle My 2nd ideal career is being a Profesional Water polo player. They get payed anywhere from $400,000 to 1million a year. My 3rd ideal career is being a Marine biologist. They get payed $124,680 maximum per year. Year 1: Taking Biology as a Freshman.Reserching more about Marine Photography and playing water polo. Year 2: Take photography classes. Start doing internships. Year 3: Do internships. Take photography classes. Play water polo. Start looking into SCUBA lessons. Take AP biology. Year 4: Graduate High School with 4.0 GPA or higher. Get a scholarship to college for water polo. Continue taking SCUBA lessons. Year 5: Go to a 4 year University. Major in Marine Biology. Play water polo. Take photography classes. Year 6:Become a fully trained photographer and SCUBA diver. Play water polo. Year 7: Still doing internships and playing water polo. Year 8: Graduate with bachelors degree. Begin my career as a marine photographer. Year 9: Train with national team and possibly go to the olympics. Become an expert SCUBA diver and photographer. Year 10: Teach people how to SCUBA dive. Teach people photography. Start looking for jobs with companies or work on my own and sell my own work. Start traveling the world as a marine photographer. Ideal Career I wish to have 2 children. Housing: $1,721.00 Transportation: $326.33 Clothing: $15.33 Food: $1,278.25 Sundries: $27.82 Entertainment: $650.00 Vacations: $0 Child Care: $178.82 Health Care: $100.00 Furnishings: $45.41 Savings: $70.00 Miscellaneous: $115.50 Monthly Total: $4,686.83 Passions Athletics Family Teamwork Ocean

Career Path Powerpoint

Transcript: -Caring for others My Life Style -Caring for others My Passions My Ten Year Plan by Emily Guzman Career Path Power Point -Winning -Winning -Bring Justice -Basketball Police officer WNBA -Fight Crime -Being Healthy Housing $6,287.00 Transportation $3,562.00 Clothing $166.67 Food $7,000.00 Sundries $250.00 Entertainment $1,300.00 Vacations $250.00 Child care $0.00 Health care $200.00 Furnishings $833.33 Savings $200.00 Miscellaneous $1,200.00 MONTHLY Total: $21,249.00 ANNUAL Total: $254,988 -Being Healthy -Keeping people safe My Values -Basketball -Justice -Fighting for what is right and what you believe in - Helping others *Annual Salary: $81,000* My 2nd Ideal Job My Ideal Job -I help keep people safe, out of trouble *Annual Salary: about $47,000* *Average Salary: $72000* My 3rd Ideal Job -Happiness -Happiness Year 1 (2015): Work hard in school, pass freshman year. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 2 (2016): Get a job to have more responsibilities and learn to be more responsible. Still work hard in school, pass sophmore year. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 3 (2017): Still be working while I learn how to talk/work with people. Still work hard in school, pass junior year. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 4 (2018): Graduate high school. Get a security job. Start city collage. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 5 (2019): Second year in city collage. Still work security job. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 6 (2020): Go to a 4-year university. Take criminal justice classes, law classes. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 7 (2021): Year 2 of 4-year university. Take criminal justice classes, law classes. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 8 (2022): Year 3 of 4-year university. Take criminal justice classes, law classes. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 9 (2023): Final year of 4-year university. Take criminal justice classes, law classes. Graduate. get a degree in criminal justice. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. Year 10 (2024): Start in the police academy. study hard to become a police officer. Practice hard, play hard in basketball, train 20 hours a week. -Justice Physical Therapist -Fighting for whats right, for what you believe in. -Helping others

Career Path Powerpoint

Transcript: Children The Community Helping Others Education My Job or Assignment Being With and Teaching Kids Housing $2,734.00 Transportation $860.00 Clothing $195.05 Food $520.00 Sundries $130.00 Entertainment $1,679.00 Vacations $208.33 Child care $172.57 Health care $415.00 Furnishings $291.66 Savings $560.00 Miscellaneous $405.00 MONTHLY Total: $8,170.62 My Annual Salary if there were two income earners: $61,279.65 If I was by myself: $122,559.30 Year 1 (this year): English, Math, Yearbook, Physics, Spanish 1/2, and Freshman Seminar/Health Year 2: English, Math, Biology, P.E., Spanish 3/4, and World History Year 3: English, Math, Chemistry, P.E., Spanish 5/6, and U.S. History Year 4: English, Math, P.E., Government, and a TA (Teacher's Aid) Period Years 5,6,7, and 8 (first four years of college): English, Math, Child Psychology, Early Child Education, Fostering Relationships, Child Development, Children's Literature, Elementary Mathematics, and Supplemental Art and Music Classes Years 9 and 10(last two years of college required to get masters degree in education): Advanced Curriculum in Math, Science, and Social Studies, Classroom Management, and a "How-To" Implement Curriculum Class At the end of these 10 years I plan on graduating college with a Masters Degree in Education, so I can continue my journey on becoming an Elementary School Teacher! My Ideal Career If I had to, I would be willing to teach at a Junior High School, but I would really love to work at an Elementary School if I had the choice. My Values | | This budget allows me to have one child, which is what I would ideally want by the age of 31 It also allows for me to live in a house with plenty of space and a big kitchen in Seattle, WA (somewhere with seasons, which is my dream) By saving $560 a month this will go towards my children's education, emergencies, and retirement If my husband were to get an equal to higher paying job, both of our incomes would be able to happily meet the requirements for this lifestyle. My Passions The annual salary for an elementary school teacher is: $53,800 This job would be perfect for me because I love working with children Being able to teach them the basic curriculum such as reading and writing would make me so proud and I would feel very humbled and fulfilled My passions are being with children and thinking and teaching creatively, so I think this job could only benefit me Even though the annual salary that this job makes is $53,800 and I need closer to $61,000 to fit my lifestyle that I want, I am confident that my husband will get a good job that pays well, and if he doesn't, we can work around our budget to fit our needs at that moment in time Teaching and being with children Reading and Writing Creating creative, fun projects Making sure I do well in school and try as hard as I can My backup careers are a Pediatrician (annual salary: $157,000) and an Interior Designer (annual salary: $48,000) These jobs would fit my personality because they both are made for helping others and the community Both of these would also suite me in different ways because a Pediatrician works with children and an Interior Designer deals with creativity and helping families Although the Interior Designer is a little short of the salary I would need to fit my lifestyle, the Pediatrician more than meets the annual salary that I would need to make I believe I could change my lifestyle accordingly if I needed to, because I don't really NEED a big house and a lot of clothes, I just CHOOSE to have them My Backup Careers My 10 Year Plan This video gives me the inspiration to want to become a teacher:). Career Path Power-Point My Lifestyle

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