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Transcript of Career Investigation
Evidence of Online Project Summary Submission
I took two Career Assessment tests one from Missouri Connections and one from the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. Below are the results.
As you can see, my highest ranked career cluster is the Arts category. This test shows that photography could be a good career for me to go into.
Can work outside or inside
Communicate well with others
Same physical activities every day
Can work full or part time
Can have long and irregular hours
Must be ready for short notices
May have to travel
The highest category I got on this test was conventional. A job in this path is an Accountant. This is good to have because I can learn how to keep track of the money of my company. The next two highest interest codes I got were Social and Artistic. The Artistic is the photography. The social category is good to have as a photographer because you have to talk and interact with others.
major in photography
Evidence of Career Research
Capture a moment
Duties and Responsibilities
Get subjects to take pictures
Samples of School Work
Career and Family Leadership
Use of Family and Consumer Science Coursework/ Standards
Works Cited/ Bibliography
Experience with Business, Industry, Agencies, and Organizations
Know poses for subject
Entry-level position and advancement opportunities
Family and Consumer Science coursework teaches us to be productive in the workplace
teaches us about early childhood which helps us know how to work well with children which is needed in taking pictures of them
high school diploma or GED
most like a college degree in photography
on the job training
most start out as assistants to more experienced photographers
During this time they learn needed skills
After a while some can go on and start their own business
Employment is rather large
The annual openings is moderate
portrait photographers are projected to rise because of increase in population
pay varies among photographers
median in Missouri is $10.06 hourly and $20,930 yearly
Evidence of Career Research:
Evidence of Online Project Summary Submission:
learn financial skills needed to run a business
graduate high school
go to college
minor in accounting for financial part of business
get bachelor's degree in photography
do on-the-job training
get a job as an assistant to a skilled photographer
get skills I need to run a photography business
start my own photography studio
Job Shadow with Reba
work with others
career study and a report over it
worked on confidence
Experience with Business, Industry, Agencies, and Organizations:
Samples of School Work:
Use of Family and Consumer Science Coursework/ Standards:
Works Cited/ Bibliography:
Form a Plan: Me, Stacy Fisher
What: The career of photography
Where:The internet, my job shadow at Maryville, MO with Reba Hageman, my job shadow with Debbie Long at a Stanberry basketball game, and my FCCLA historian experience
When: Fall of 2013-January 2014
Why: To figure out if the career of photography is right for me
How: By taking self assessments, research on the internet, getting experience with the job, and setting goals
SET A GOAL: I will observe the career of photography to see if it is the right career for me.
IDENTIFY CONCERNS: To help me decide what career to study in college for when I get out of college
FOLLOW UP: I feel like I accomplished my goal. If I had more time, I would have gone on more job shadows to better see what one would have to do as a photographer. Also, to better this project, I could have taken the mass media class at school to take pictures of school events and to help create the yearbook. I learned that the career of photography would be a good career for me to go into. I have a lot of the interests needed in being a photographer.
ACT: I will have a job shadow with Debbie Long on January 7 at Stanberry for a basketball game. This will let me talk to a news photographer to get tips on taking motion pictures. I will also get to use her camera to practice taking motion pictures. Also, I will take pictures at chapter meeting and different FCCLA events, for I am the historian. In addition, I will take self assessments to identify if my interests match that of a photographer. Finally, I will research the job description, working conditions, duties and responsibilities, qualifications, job outlook, and the salary of a photograper.
"Career Cluster Inventory." Missouri Connections. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.org/JrSurvey/JrSurveyScore.aspx>.
"ASVAB Career Exploration Program ::." ASVAB Career Exploration Program ::. Department of Defense, n.d. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. <http://www.asvabprogram.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=fyi.results>.
- take pictures of people
- take pictures of scenery
- takes pictures of microscopes or any science equipment
- sell their photos
- sports, or anything for a newspaper
- takes pictures of equipment and workplace
Is Photography Right for Me?
The bulletin board layout I created for our chapter
Communicate through phone and emails
"Photography Overview." Missourconections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.com/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=0>.
"Task List." Missouriconnections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.com/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=2>.
"Physical Demands." Missouriconnections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.com/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=5>.
"Working Conditions." Missouriconnections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.com/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=4>.
"Job Outlook." Missouriconnection.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=12>.
"Preparation." Missouriconnection.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=8>.
"Salary." Missouriconnections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.org/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=11>.
"Advancements." Missouriconnections.com. University of Oregon, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://missouriconnections.com/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100409&TopicNum=14>.
"Occupational Outlook Handbook." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2013. <http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Media-and-Communication/Photographers.htm>.
Works Cited/ Bibliography
On January 7, 2014, I job shadowed Debbie Long at a Stanberry basketball game. She brought in a camera for me to take motion shots with her.
I watched Reba edit pictures and then got to edit pictures myself
work on improving basic math skills
("Career Cluster Inventory" 41)
("ASVAB Career Exploration Program" 41)
("Photography Overview" 41)
( "Working Condition" 41)
("Task List" 41)
("Job Outlook" 42)
("U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics" 41)
These are two examples where it changes a little
Sometimes we got the exact picture
As you can see timing is everything. If you go to late or early, it doesn't look good