Created: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Make a list of your accomplishments - projects or activities you have done well. Consider activites you have enjoyed.
Created: Thursday, September 14, 2017
What are Skills:
A skill is something you learn how to do. You learn skills when you are at home, at school, at church, with your friends, or by yourself. Parents, teachers, coaches, clergy, and friends teach you skills.
Created: Thursday, September 7, 2017
The IDEAS Assessment in MCIS Jr: Ideas can help students identify interests and match them with a wide variety of careers. It doesn’t tell them what they should be but compares their interests to others in their age group. The great thing about this assessment is the results page comes out in a visual way and is great for visual learners. IDEAS is an Optional Component that is available through Peterson’s for a fee. Find more information on Optional Components for your school or agency Click Here.
Created: Thursday, August 31, 2017
Qualities for Success Do you know what it takes to be successful when you grow up? Do you have qualities for success? How would you describe yourself during a job interview?
Created: Thursday, August 24, 2017
Login to MCIS Jr to get a Reality Check. As an adult, you need to pay for housing, food, clothes, transportation, and other items. Find out how much money you need to earn to cover your expenses. Then find out which occupations support this lifestyle.
Created: Thursday, August 17, 2017
Conditions at work would be similar to conditions at school. For example, the conditions at school or work could be noisy or quiet. The setting could be inside or outside. Before you decide on an occupation, consider the working conditions.