Career Conversation Presentations
Career Conversations are structured 30 minute conversations, with presentations from speakers in fields of interests such as: business administration, finance, medical/healthcare, education, hospitality/tourism, arts and technical/IT and engineering. Presentations are virtual, recorded and in held in the early evening. Presentations are virtual, recorded and held in the early evening for students to attend.
Speakers have shared their insight in today’s market, as well as in the future.
Note: Take Stock in Children students who watch a Career Conversation Presentation can receive one session credit towards their mentor sessions. Email your full name and three things you learned to the School Family & Community to receive your session credit.
Upcoming Career Conversation Presentations:
- Research Scientist new 5/19/21
- Science Communicator—Tobacco Control Advocacy
- Immigration Attorney
- Computer Engineer
- Mural Artist
- Molecular Biologist
- Forensic Anthropologist
- College Admissions
- Career Evolution to Entrepreneur
- International Programs and Study Abroad
- International Relations and Foreign Affairs
- Trades: HVA and Refrigeration, Electrical, and Building/Facilities
- Path to Becoming a Teacher
- SPC Career and Academic Advising
- Financial Advisor
- Community Planning
- Nursing and Hospital Administration
- Leadership Organizational Development
- Business Development
- Information Technologies
- Art/Graphic Designer
- Business Owner
- Lawyer to Nurse - Changing Careers
- Higher Education
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Certified Trust and Financial Adviser
- Financial Conversation
Activity Sheets for Personal Assessments – Myers-Briggs Test is the most widely used personal assessment instrument. To learn more about the Myers-Briggs codes, go to Test
Go to: humanmetrics.com - read the questions together with your student. Answer the questions honestly. Click on “Score it” to submit the test and receive the “personality code.”
Select student’s code and click on “type description by D. Keirsey.”
Print Results for future use and reference.
Now go to personalitytype.com – This site contains easy-to-use personality test. The information will provide brief information about the student’s personality.
CareerOneStop – this site contains employment trends and projects, salary guides, career exploration tests, link to many career sites, and search engines.
volunteermatch.org – this site is a resource to find more information about volunteer opportunity in your community.
To view sample resumes to takestockinchildren.org click on “Support Resources”