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Transcript: J'Nae Carter Teen Club/Cafe What is my Career Choice? Entrepreneur-Plan, direct, or coordinate the operations of public or private sector organizations. How will my Career impact the nation? It will impact alot of teens find something to do; hang out with their friends; lets teens get out of the house; and keep them off the streets. Why have I picked to be an Entrepreneur? Dont like to take orders; share my ideas; small town. Who has influenced my Career Choice? My mother and father Where will I work? Hopefully somewhere either in Spencer, West Virginia or Columbus, Ohio. How Much Will I Make? This question is too open ended to give a good answer, but...The cost of opening a teen club/cafe can vary from a few 10,000 of dollars My Life Goals? My life goal is to have a successful company How has the educational path prepared me? Yes; the Career Center and High School helped. My Ideas The Club Main part in the backroom will be the skatepark There will be a wall that has skateboards or they can bring their own. Game Room with the latest games and technology When you enter the building you will be walking into the club/dance floor Stage. Grandstairs will be along both sides of the stage When you walk up the grand stairs, you will walk towards the bar, chairs, and the food is going to be places. The Club will have different themes; and can be rented out. Soundproof area for parents. The Cafe The Main area of the cafe Menu Spiral staircase to lead up to the library The cafe will have wifi

Senior Projects

Transcript: Install, maintain, and repairs heating, air conditioning and refrigeration units HVAC technicians earn on average $41,100 a year Technicians who work for bigger companies have insurance and benefits, as opposed to those who work for smaller self-employed businesses Technicians must have an EPA license in order to work in the HVAC field Oversee employers, and most work as much as the technician Always on call, even holidays Being that they're self-employed,they have to make own benefits EPA contractors and Freon license is required. Training from a technical school or college is recommended. Make your own hours, and you are your own boss. FACTS about HVAC The process of heating and cooling has advanced with modern technology. In Ancient Rome, Kings would actually have servants sit big boulders out at night and bring them back in during the day to cool things down. Now, a slight flip of a switch does the job. Willis Haviland Carrier developed the AC system in 1902. His business is still around to this day. HVAC is projected to grow faster through 2018 than any other occupation that requires secondary training. Unless you live in an amazing climate, your heating and cooling systems use up typically 44% of a home owners utility bill. There are many different types of heat and heating systems. Central Heating Resistive Heating & Radiant Heat Geothermal Heating Ventilation is essential for full house comfort and to maintain a safe environment. Air conditioning and refrigeration is produced through the removal of heat. Job Shadowing w/ Sonny Wilcox Work Cited “Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News. “ Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News 242.15 (2011): 8-48. Web “Central Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems.” Consumer Energy Center- Information for the consumer about saving energy from the California Energy Commission. Web. 5 Feb. 2012. HVAC for beginners. Web. 7 Feb. 2012. Mckay, Dawn Rosenburg “HVAC Technician – Career information for HVAC technician.’’ Career planning-Career planning guide. Web. 13 Feb. 2012. “William Wilcox Interview.” Personal Interview. 3 Feb. 2012. ANY QUESTIONS ???? HVAC Then and Now Air Conditioning Ventilation Heating HVAC business owner HVAC Employment Projection HVAC Technician/ Owner Jimmy Lee Sartin HVAC Technicians Interesting Fact Hydronic Heat There were 308,000 HVAC technicians employed in the U.S in 2008. HVAC Development

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Transcript: What I did: It is my path for life... It enabled me to choose a college based on curriculum, professors, location and investment It positioned me to take over the business that my father built It will allow me to earn an income while putting myself through school It gives me an opportunity to move out of the home I grew up in and begin to financially plan for my future while learning ‘on the job’ Questions? Real Estate Licensing Course What did I learn about myself during my project? This project tested me and taxed me in numerous ways: Tested my abilities: Age Knowledge Acumen Taxed my abilities: Time Confidence Shadowed Matt Zaccheo Traveled into Manhattan Found an agent Began our search in Long Island City Apartment that fell through In preparation to make offer in Manhattan Estate Planning Project Management The Accountants What is my Senior Project? The importance of estate and tax planning Steps taken to formalize estate Preparation for June 12th Learned the retail side of the business Met people Became more familiar with materials Learned customer service Senior Projects Presentation Emotional connection Responsibility 75 hour preliminary salesperson course On track to be completed by end of June Robert Longo: Slow down - it’s not a catch up game of life Patience - things will happen but not necessarily based on your timeclock Understand that you never stop learning, young or old, mistakes will happen but you learn from them Applying consistency - never losing sight of the end goal - it’s about: trial and error success and failure hardwork and determination Never giving up Always be true to yourself How do I think my project has prepared myself for the future? Takes care of taxes Learned how to do my taxes The First Steps I Took... Jonathan Molfetta Scheduled meetings with real estate specialists Set goals for the future Learned the ways of MC O'Brien Took walk-throughs through all of our properties Learned the processes they take in managing the books House Hunting What difficulties or challenges did I face? Property Management - the administration of residential, commercial, and/or industrial real estate The Developer The Lumberyard Reasons for Choosing this Project Michael Schwartz: Chase Private Client Periodic Meetings Discussed market strategies My senior project focused on my experiential learning and research of the real estate industry and how it prepared me for, and provided me with, a springboard to my future. In particular, my areas of focus were: - Residential and commercial development - Project management - Tax and estate planning - Retail side of construction - Residential flipping strategies Thank You!!!

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