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  • 9th - 12th Grade | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    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 Accounting Career Awareness Program Grades 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade 9th 12th Grade All Grades Description The Accounting Career Awareness Program ACAP is an innovative week long summer residency program designed for underrepresented high school sophomores juniors and seniors You ll build your understanding of accounting and discover new career and networking opportunities including involvement with the National Association of Black Accountants The 7th annual ACAP program will take place at ASU s West campus June 22 26 2014 Is this a residential program Yes Contact Tim Desch 480 965 5187 Tim Desch asu edu Cost FREE Dates June 22 26 2014 Location West campus Registration https www eventbrite com e 2014 acap summer residency program applicat The Fleischer Scholars Program Grades 11th Grade 9th 12th Grade All Grades Description The Fleischer Scholars Program is a week long residential experience for future business students hosted by the W P Carey School of Business at Arizona State University The program provides economically disadvantaged high school students an opportunity to discover all aspects of business education with an emphasis in entrepreneurship through a week long stay at ASU s Tempe campus Eligibility Current Arizona high school juniors who would be participating in the program the summer before their senior year Is this a residential program Yes Contact Tim Desch 480 965 5187 Tim Desch asu edu Cost FREE Dates June 16 20 2014 Location West campus Registration http wpcareyschool qualtrics com SE SID SV 5uSOpNkCPhKHGGF The Fleischer Scholars Program session two Grades 11th Grade 9th 12th Grade All Grades Description

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/summerenrichment/grade9_12?SECampus=43 (2014-10-21)
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  • Personality | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    and emotional characteristics Webster s Basically this is just a complicated way of saying who you are as a person is reflected by your everyday behavior and preferences Knowing your personality can be helpful in selecting a major or career as all academic or work areas have certain characteristics that may match the personality of one person over another Ultimately you may be happier if you can find a major and career that best suits your personality So the next question becomes how can you evaluate your personality Some people may know themselves quite well already They may understand their motivating behaviors and their emotions For others they may find value in asking for the opinions of friends and family regarding their personality Still other individuals may want to take advantage of a Personality Assessment to help them gain an understanding of their unique characteristics The Myers Briggs Type Indicator MBTI is one of the most widely administered personality assessments in the world It was developed over sixty years ago and approximately 2 5 million people take the assessment each year The MBTI is used extensively in career decision making team building and organizational development It can be a beneficial tool in assessing careers and majors that are most aligned with your personality preferences and have the potential to be the most satisfying The MBTI is administered online and takes you approximately 30 minutes to complete You will then schedule an appointment to meet with an ASU Career Services advisor to discuss your assessment results You will leave this meeting with specific career areas to research in order to make more informed career decisions Reflection Point Throughout this unit you should fill our information on your personal Career Worksheet Go ahead and complete the Personality portion of the sheet now

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/personality (2014-10-21)
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  • Values | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    in order to truly enjoy your work your values need to be honored In terms of choosing a major or career values relate to the culture of a work environment For example some people may value an organization that is highly structured while others may want flexibility Some people may value a big salary while others place a higher value on a low stress work place So how do you assess your values Consider a time when you were at your best when you felt or thought that things were going well Often reviewing these key times will reflect your personal values For example if you worked hard with a sports team gave it your all and attained a significant goal some values that might be important to you could include achievement and teamwork If this sounds like you you may want to examine potential careers where there is the opportunity to be part of a productive team that works well together to accomplish goals To help identify your values think about An event or time period when you were at your best What was it about that time that was important to you The VIA Values In Action Survey of Character Strengths is a useful tool to assess your values You may complete the free assessment without cost through the University of Pennsylvania There are 240 questions that help identify your top five strengths the ones that are most likely to be signature strengths for you Choose your top values identified through the VIA Survey of Character Strengths or the questions above You may also use the Values Checklist to help you identify what is important to you Reflection Point Throughout this unit you should fill out information on your personal Career Worksheet Go ahead and complete the Values

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/values (2014-10-21)
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  • Skills and Strengths | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Generally speaking there are two types of skill sets that employers seek soft skills and hard skills Soft skills are skills that relate to a person s positive sociability Employers consistently seek students with well developed soft skills All majors at ASU will help you develop and refine your soft skills Some of the top soft skills that employers report they desire in employees include communication skills both verbal and written teamwork orientation leadership initiative analytical thinking flexibility adaptability and problem solving In addition to these skills review a list of Action Verbs that can help you understand some of the other soft skills that are important to employers Which skills do you already have Hard skills are skills that are usually measureable in one way or another For example a person could have an advanced skill set in mathematics or science Hard skills often have a direct relation to academic strengths In fact you will develop hard skills through course work in your major You can explore the required courses for specific degrees by reading about ASU majors Knowing the requirements ahead of time may help you focus your time and attention to obtain the grades you need to

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/skillsandstrengths (2014-10-21)
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  • Interests | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    a level of enjoyment and satisfaction To be successful in any career you will need to invest a great deal of energy This is more likely to happen if you choose something that genuinely interests you Some questions to assist you as you consider your interests are What do you do in your free time What school subjects do you like What topics do you enjoy hearing about or discussing What social or community groups are you involved in What internet sites do you browse Consider how the interests you identified can be integrated into a major or career For example the person who enjoys playing golf may want to pursue a major in Professional Golf Management and a career in the golf industry If you are having challenges identifying your interests then you may want to talk to a Career Advisor about taking an interest assessment A popular assessment to help you identify your interests is the Strong Interest Inventory SII This assessment measures your interests not your skills or abilities and relates them to potential career choices Your SII College Profile report can also help you forecast the appropriate internship to complement your career Reflection Point Throughout this

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/interests (2014-10-21)
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  • Life Experiences | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    China Directory Search Search Career Guide Career Guide Home Majors and Careers Self Assessment Personality Values Skills and Strengths 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 Life Experiences Some people have situations or experiences in their lives that influence their career choices Sometimes these events are great like winning a sports championship experiencing an inspiring teacher or traveling abroad Sometimes these experiences are difficult and lead to people being involved with organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Driving or working with the homeless Are there any life experiences that have influenced you to explore a certain career area What area is that Reflection Point Throughout this unit you should fill our information on your personal Career Worksheet Go ahead and complete the Life Experiences portion of the sheet now 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 Strategies Next Steps My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/lifeexperiences (2014-10-21)
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  • Needs and Wants | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    given an environment with no restrictions Reality at times however requires that we take into account outside factors that could otherwise influence our decision of a major or career What are some conditions or specific requirements that you think or feel need to be met regarding your career choice Some examples include Time Do you have a particular timeline to get a job make a decision and finish school Geography Do you need to live in a certain area Financial Do you have a certain salary range you want or require Family Do you have certain family obligations to consider Cultural Are there any special cultural traditions that will influence your choice Legal Are there any legal issues affecting your options Work Environment Is there a specific physical setting you desire in your work such as outdoor work or work that takes place in an office setting As you consider these and other similar questions think about how your answers could influence your major or career thoughts that came to light as a result of the interests skills and values you identified Are there any majors or careers that may need to be eliminated as a result Reflection Point Throughout

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/majorsandcareers/selfassessment/needsandwants (2014-10-21)
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  • How to find an internship | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Programs Sustainability University College Map Locations Map Tempe West Polytechnic Downtown Phoenix Online and Extended Lake Havasu Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Search How to find an internship My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission Graduate Law Counselor and Teacher Resources Paying for College Costs Financial Aid Scholarships Tuition Billing Residency Academics Majors Registration ASU

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/careerpreparation/internships/find/internship (2014-10-21)
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