Adventure careers by Alexander Hiam, Susan Angle
By Alexander Hiam, Susan Angle
This day, many collage graduates and "re-careering" adults are seeking for whatever totally different from the conventional "secure" and cozy occupation area of interest. as an alternative, they're tough own pride, growth--and event. the great resource for such info first-hand reports from adventurers who dared to tread off the overwhelmed profession direction.
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Don't take our word for it. Instead, employ this as a resource to develop your own experience and discoveries. The process of personal discovery and development ought to be made part of your education and career, and vice versa. This book is called Adventure Careers because it is important, more important than ever, for people to think about their careers as theirs, and as adventures. In this view, careers are crafted as an artifact of personal exploration and discovery, and of your efforts to come to terms with today's challenges and opportunities.
8. 9. 10. With a clear vision of the future, answer the three questions again. 1. Who am I? 2. What do I want to do? 3. How do I do it? Page 49 Chapter 3 Adventure Education Page 50 The most important motive for work in school and in life is the pleasure in work, pleasure in its result, and the knowledge of the value of the result to the community. , Oct. 5, 1936) Why did you go to college? " Is it because you heard it was a great party? Is it so you could get a higher position on the corporate ladder, or a higher-paying job?
I helped plan and implement activities for an organization or project. __ Goal-setting. I helped define goals for an organization or project. Page 13 __ Design/layout. I developed artwork or designed brochures, posters or other communications. __ Office equipment. I operated office equipment such as photocopier, fax, PC, overhead projector or audio-visual equipment. __ Typing/word processing. I used a typewriter or computer to prepare written materials. __ Computer skills. I worked with spreadsheets, databases or other computer programs.