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  • Georgia Career Information Center
    Directory Staff Name Phone Number Email Title Adviteeya Rondla 404 413 1729 arondla gsu edu Programmer Analyst Intermediate Ashok Deb 404 413 1728 adeb gsu edu Manager GCIC Information Technology GCIC Information 404 413 1720 gcicinformation gsu edu General Information GCIC Social 404 413 1720 gcicsocial gsu edu Social Media GCIS Coordinator 404 413 1720 gciscoordinator gsu edu Implementation Support GCIS Support 404 413 1720 gcissupport gsu edu Technical Support

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Content/contact_us.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Georgia Career Information Center
    Support Contact Us Links GCIC Briefcase Links Useful Links Georgia Department of Education Georgia Department of Labor Georgia School Counselors Association Information Parents Can Use CRN Technical College System of Georgia University System of Georgia 2016 Georgia Career Information Center

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Content/briefcase_link.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Georgia Career Information Center
    resources to learn about the BRIDGE Law and to find resources to help you meet the requirements House Bill 400 Building Resourceful Individuals to Develop Georgia s Economy Law BRIDGE Law The General Assembly of Georgia enacted the BRIDGE Law House Bill 400 on May 20 2010 This law was passed to ensure that Georgia s 6th 12th grade students were made aware of available college and career options To read House Bill 400 click BRIDGE Law Detail To download a quick reference guide for House Bill 400 click What is the BRIDGE Law GCIS GDOE Advisement Checklist The GCIS GDOE Advisement Checklist is the official list used by the Georgia Career Information Center This checklist includes grade level specific college and career activities found in GCIS and GCIS Junior These activities are used to satisfy the BRIDGE Law requirements for the Georgia Department of Education To download the BRIDGE Law requirements click GCIS GDOE Advisement Checklist GCIS and GCIS Junior Guidebook to Meeting the BRIDGE Law Use the following PowerPoint presentations to introduce how to use GCIS and GCIS Junior to meet the BRIDGE Law requirements These presentations are excellent resources for classroom instruction and informational meetings Best viewed as PowerPoint Slide Shows English Version BRIDGE Law for High School PowerPoint BRIDGE Law for Middle School PowerPoint Español Version La Ley BRIDGE de Georgia Uso del GCIS para Estudiantes de Escuela Secundaria PowerPoint La Ley BRIDGE de Georgia Uso del GCIS Junior para Estudiantes de Escuela Intermedia PowerPoint BRIDGE Law Step by Step Handouts Use the following step by step instructions to complete the BRIDGE Law activities 6th Grade Career Cluster Inventory 80 Questions or 6th Grade Career Cluster Inventory 48 Questions 7th Grade Reality Check or 7th Grade Interest Profiler 60 Questions 7th Grade 3 Career Clusters 8th

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Content/HelpYourself/BridgeAct.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Georgia Career Information Center
    the operations of a business Education and Training English Spanish In the Education and Training cluster you would have the opportunity to guide and train young people As a teacher you could influence young lives In addition you could support the work of the classroom teacher as a counselor librarian or principal If you are interested in working with adults you could provide training to employees in a business Each of these settings provides you with the chance to help people learn and improve their lives Energy English Spanish If you choose to work in the Energy cluster you might be involved in the generating and distribution of energy for public consumption Or you might work in the development and planning of traditional and alternative forms of energy Finance English Spanish In the Finance cluster you would keep track of money You might provide financial services to a business or individual Your work could include maintaining records or giving advice to business executives on how to operate their business You could work in financial planning banking or insurance Government and Public Administration English Spanish Through the national state and local governments the public can express its will and make our way of life possible Through government individuals can act together to accomplish what cannot be done alone Most of these actions are carried out only by the government For example the federal government includes the military for protection It also includes ambassadors who represent us in foreign countries It is Congress that passes laws The Administration carries out and enforces those laws You would find almost every occupation within the government However this Government and Public Administration career cluster focuses on those occupations that are unique Health Science English Spanish In the Health Science cluster you would promote health and wellness or diagnose and treat injuries and disease You could work directly with people Or you could work in laboratories to get information used in research or diagnosis Health service employees go to work at a variety of different sites Some work in hospitals offices or laboratories Others work on cruise ships at sports arenas or within communities Hospitality and Tourism English Spanish In the Hospitality and Tourism cluster you could work in a restaurant hotel sports arena or travel agency You might manage operations of a college cafeteria Or you might guide high school students on a trip to Spain Or you might rent equipment at a recreation center Human Services English Spanish In the Human Services cluster you would work with individuals and families to meet their personal needs Information Technology English Spanish Information Technology IT is an area that is growing and always changing with new developments In IT you would be part of a cluster that continues to make an impact on society and individuals You would have the opportunity to work in all types and sizes of businesses from Microsoft to your local hospital Employees in Information Technology work with computer hardware software multimedia and

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Content/HelpYourself/ClusterVideos.aspx?vid=eng/00-000001 (2016-02-15)
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  • Georgia Career Information Center
    enable JavaScript support on your computer About this video There are dozens of ways to pay for school including some you probably haven t thought of In fact most students receive financial aid of some kind which means they pay less out of their own pocket State and federal governments help out with grants and low cost loans and there are thousands of scholarships you can apply for and be

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Content/HelpYourself/FinancialAidVideo.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • a police officer serving in the department s underwater search and recovery unit My team and I perform rescue operations search for stolen goods and collect evidence all under water When called to a site we first develop a search plan Then the designated diver usually me puts on diving equipment including scuba gear and begins the search Best Hardest Parts of My Job My job is dangerous I have to dive in all types of weather and in all types of water Sometimes there is zero visibility and often times the water is highly polluted In addition to the physical challenges my work is difficult in another way More than once I have had to pull a body from the water the victim of an accident or a suicide On the other hand I have also rescued people who would have drowned were it not for me No feeling in the world tops the satisfaction of saving a life How I Got Started When I was in college I learned how to scuba dive just for fun Later when I became a police officer I realized that I could use my diving experience in law enforcement To get a

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Profiles/detailsCP.aspx?FileNum=100532 (2016-02-15)
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  • oficial de policía que trabaja en la unidad de búsqueda y recuperación bajo el agua del departamento Mi equipo y yo ejecutamos operaciones de rescate buscamos artículos robados y recolectamos evidencia todo bajo el agua Cuando nos llaman a algún escenario primero desarrollamos un plan de búsqueda Luego el buzo designado por lo general yo se pone el equipo de buceo completo y empieza la búsqueda Lo mejor y lo más difícil de mi trabajo Mi trabajo es peligroso Tengo que bucear en todo tipo de clima y todo tipo de aguas A veces hay cero visibilidad y con frecuencia el agua está bastante contaminada Además del reto físico mi trabajo es difícil en otro aspecto Más de una vez he tenido que sacar un cuerpo del agua la víctima de un accidente o suicidio Por otro lado también he rescatado gente que se hubiera ahogado si no hubiera sido por mí Nada en el mundo puede superar la satisfacción de salvar una vida Como comencé Cuando estaba en la universidad aprendí a bucear por diversión Más tarde cuando me hice oficial de policía me di cuenta que podía usar mi experiencia de buceo en mi trabajo Para conseguir un

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Profiles/detailsCP.aspx?FileNum=100532&lang=SPN (2016-02-15)
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  • Police Diver Home Profile Activity Answer 2014 Georgia Career Information Center Division of Student Affairs Georgia State University All rights reserved

    Original URL path: http://www.gcic.peachnet.edu/Profiles/detailsCP.aspx?FileNum=100532&show=ACT (2016-02-15)
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