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  • Summer Collegiate Experience on the West Campus | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    you in grades 11 12 will participate in unique college prep experiences You will enjoy interactive activities that may include research lab and museum visits presentations seminars college major explorations and panel discussions led by current ASU students and faculty The Summer Collegiate Experience I is for current Juniors Seniors who are current residents of the state of Arizona Is this a residential program Yes Contact Rebeca Ronstadt Contreras 480 965 6060 summerprograms asu edu Cost 50 Dates June 17 19 2014 Location West campus Registration Closed Website https eoss asu edu summerenrichment Summer Collegiate Experience II Grades 9th 12th Grade All Grades Description Join us for ASU Summer Collegiate Experiences where students just like you in grades 9 12 will participate in unique college prep experiences You will enjoy interactive activities that may include research lab and museum visits presentations seminars college major explorations and panel discussions led by current ASU students and faculty The Summer Collegiate Experience II is for current freshmen sophomores juniors and seniors who are current residents of the state of Arizona Contact Rebeca Ronstadt Contreras 480 965 6060 summerprograms asu edu Cost 25 Dates June 10 12 2014 9 a m 4 p m Location West campus Registration Closed Website https eoss asu edu summerenrichment Summer Collegiate Experience III Grades 7th Grade 8th Grade 6th 8th Grade All Grades Description Join us for ASU Summer Collegiate Experiences where students just like you in grades 7 8 will participate in unique college prep experiences You will enjoy interactive activities that may include research lab and museum visits presentations seminars college major explorations and panel discussions led by current ASU students and faculty The Summer Collegiate Experience III is for current seventh and eighth graders who are current residents of the state of Arizona Contact Rebeca

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/summer-collegiate-exp (2014-10-21)
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  • Collegiate Scholars Application of Interest | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 wf Gender Select Male Female Race Ethnicity Check all applicable White Caucasian Asian American Pacific Islander Latino Hispanic American Indian Native Alaskan Black African American Other T Shirt Size Adult Select Small Medium Large X Large XX Large Are you a first generation college student Select Yes No Unsure II Family Data Applicant currently lives with check all that apply Mother Father Step parent Guardian s Parents Marital Status Select Married Domestic Partnership Divorced Separated Single Widowed Mother Remarried Father Remarried Mother Guardian First Name Last Name Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone Email Address Highest Earned Educational Level Select No High School Some High School High School Diploma Some College Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Advanced Degree Father Guardian First Name Last Name Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone Email Address Highest Earned Educational Level Select No High School Some High School High School Diploma Some College Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Advanced Degree Who is the family s primary contact Select Mother Father Step parent Guardian s What is the best contact number III Application Verification Not checking each item below or signing this form will result in an incomplete application submission wf I have read this application and the Collegiate Scholars program information

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/collegiatescholarapp (2014-10-21)
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  • Self Assessment | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Interests Life Experiences Needs and Wants Exploring Majors The Major To Career Link Career Exploration Strategies Next Steps Career Preparation The Job Search Continuing Education Self Assessment To effectively choose a major or career you should have a good understanding about your unique characteristics that make up who you are as a person While this may sound like a big task it is actually not all that difficult once broken down into small pieces The unique personal characteristics that are most important to consider when choosing a major are personality values skills interests life experiences and needs Once you identify who you are and what you want the next step will be to explore majors and careers keeping in mind the characteristics that are most important to you as an individual Reflection Point Throughout this unit you will fill out information on your personal Career Worksheet This worksheet will help you track what is most important for you as you select a major or career Personality Values Skills and Strengths Interests Life Experiences Needs and Wants Career Guide Self Assessment Personality Values Skills and Strengths Interests Life Experiences Needs and Wants Exploring Majors The Major To Career Link Career Exploration

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment (2014-10-21)
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  • Exploring Majors | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Exploration Strategies Next Steps Career Preparation The Job Search Continuing Education Exploring Majors After you have evaluated your personality values skills interests life experiences and needs and completed your Career Worksheet it s time to find a major to match both your college and career interests Arizona State University has a terrific on line resource where you can read short descriptions of each major along with program courses Selecting a major appropriate for you requires research time and a willingness to explore more than one option In addition keep in mind that in many cases there is more than one avenue or course of study you may pursue in order to achieve your end result your future career Many times the process of major and career exploration will involve experimenting with various plans and adjusting your future map accordingly Allow yourself the opportunity to explore a few options Choose a major that reflects your interests goals and desires To help in your exploration complete the Investigating a Major worksheet which will gives you a chance to do your own research and make a decision Next The Major to Career Link Career Guide Self Assessment Exploring Majors The Major To Career

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/exploringmajors (2014-10-21)
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  • The Major to Career Link | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Majors and Careers Self Assessment Exploring Majors The Major To Career Link Career Exploration Strategies Next Steps Career Preparation The Job Search Continuing Education The Major to Career Link You may select a major based on the career you want to pursue Alternatively you may pursue a major based purely on the qualities of that program Either method can be appropriate depending on your needs Regardless of your approach understanding the relationship between majors and careers and considering careers that typically correlate with certain majors is usually the best approach What Can I Do With This Major and Collegeboard com are great places to explore the common relationship between hundreds of careers and associated majors Do you think that you will select a major based on the career that you want to pursue Are you more likely to select a major that is appealing and then continually consider career options as you move through your program In any case having knowledge about career possibilities will help you gain a perspective about your future options Next Career Exploration Strategies Career Guide Self Assessment Exploring Majors The Major To Career Link Career Exploration Strategies Next Steps My ASU Find all your personalized

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  • Career Exploration Strategies | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    your interests and personality As a companion to these websites you may want to complete Investigating a Career an online worksheet that gives you a chance to explore your dream job in greater detail AZCIS A great way to explore careers is by logging onto the Arizona Career Information System AzCIS User name asucareer Password 4azcis02 The Arizona Career Information System showcases many occupations and provides valuable information on wages duties degree requirements and job outlook O NET ONLINE O NET provides excellent information on jobs and describes the tasks performed education required wages and employment outlook and a listing of knowledge skills and abilities needed to do the work OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a guide to help you find information on job responsibilities work environment required education and skills salary and outlook and related occupations that match your interests SUN DEVIL CAREERLINK Sun Devil CareerLink lists thousands of opportunities throughout the year This resource gives you a snapshot of real jobs and internships available to students and new college grads so you have a better idea of what employers want and the skills you ll need INFORMATION INTERVIEWING Conduct an information interview with someone working in your field of interest to gain insights into what he or she does The information can help confirm that you will enjoy the career field or eliminate it from your list Before conducting an in person informational interview be sure to watch some recorded interviews from Candid Career CAREER EVENTS Job fairs and career events are a great way to find out more about jobs and what employers need in the future Attend as many events as you can Search the calendar on the Career Services website for the next event INTERNSHIPS An internship which you will learn more

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/careerexplorationstrategies (2014-10-21)
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  • Next Steps | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    the following A self assessment and examined your personality values skills interests life experiences and needs Researched majors and careers that are aligned with your goals The next step is to make a decision about your major and career direction As you evaluate your options you should consider The facts about each major you are considering Think about the courses you need to take and admissions requirements to enter the major The similar patterns in the careers you are considering Think about the research you completed for various careers and whether or not a particular career is growing or if it meets your financial requirements The emotional satisfaction you feel when considering the possibilities in a given career or major Do you feel excited and energized when visualizing yourself in a certain field The pro s and con s with all of your potential options Consider any of the important objective data that you discover about a particular career such as growth rates and average salaries ASU Career Services has a staff of professional career advisors that are here to help you work through these questions as well Once you have chosen a general or specific career direction and a

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/nextsteps (2014-10-21)
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  • Find An Internship | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Internship How long does it take to find an internship Finding an internship could take one day or several months The average search lasts about a month The earlier you start the more options you re likely to have Some organizations have deadlines four to five months or more prior to the start date of the internship Others review applicants and make offers one to two weeks before the start date What steps are involved in finding an internship Step 1 Contact your academic department s internship coordinator to learn about earning credit if applicable Step 2 Identify career s of interest Step 3 Develop an effective resume and cover letter attend one of our workshops or meet with a career advisor for a review Step 4 Search for leads Use Sun Devil CareerLink for postings and on campus interviewing Utilize additional recommended online internship resources Connect with internship employers at ASU career events Meet with a Career Services advisor to get advice and help Speak with faculty academic advisors and internship coordinators in your department Postings of internships are often found in your departmental offices Network with friends family and acquaintances Step 5 Apply for internship openings Step 6 Interview attend a workshop or review our online interviewing materials to prepare for this important step Create Your Own Internship It s also possible to create your own internship by contacting employers in your field of interest and describing your qualifications interests and how you can contribute to their success Descriptions of existing internships are helpful to frame your discussion with a possible internship host Focus on the advantages to the organization in hiring an intern such as having an extra person to assist with projects offer new perspectives on organizational issues and provide new ideas Internship Information Learn About

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/cs/students/internships/find (2014-10-21)
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