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Career Portfolios

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4-year College or University Earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in your chosen major.
Accreditation Approval of colleges, universities, and secondary schools by nationally recognized professional associations.
Apprenticeship An employer's formal training program combining on-the-job learning with technical instruction for a specific trade.
aptitude A natural talent
associate's degree A program of study that can be completed in 2 years or less
bachelor's degree undergraduate degree offered by 4-year colleges
career cluster a group of jobs and industries that are related by skills or products
career pathway a series of structured and connected education programs and support
certification An examination or a record of work-related credentials.
College catalog An official publication of a college or university giving information about academic programs, facilities (such as laboratories, dormitories, etc.), entrance requirements, and student life.
community college offers 2-year degrees, training programs, technical programs
Credits Units used by institutions to record the completion of courses required for an academic degree.
Degree Diploma or title conferred by a college, university, or professional school upon completion of a prescribed program of studies.
doctoral degree The highest academic degree conferred by a university on students who have completed at least three years of graduate study beyond the bachelor's and/or master's degree.
Higher education Postsecondary education at colleges, universities, junior or community colleges, professional schools, technical institutes, and teacher-training schools.
Holland Occupational Themes a theory of careers and vocational choice (based upon personality types)
interests Activities, things, and ideas a person likes and enjoys
Internships Opportunity for hands-on, real work experience. May be required in some college majors.
Job Corps A free education and training program for low-income young people at least 16 years of age that helps them learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job.
Job Shadowing Follow someone on the job throughout the workday to learn what it's like to actually work in that career.
John Kiersey's Temperament Theory each person possesses one of four dominant temperaments, knowing your temperament type can help you select a satisfying career
Major The subject or area of studies in which a student concentrates.
master's degree graduate degrees earned after earning a four year bachelors degree
Prerequisite Program or course that a student is required to complete before being permitted to enroll in a more advanced program or course.
Professional Development Training to enhance your job skills.
Technical or Career College One- to two-year training programs that lead to specific careers.
Undergraduate studies Two- or four-year programs in a college or university after high school graduation, leading to the associate or bachelor's degree.
work values aspects about a career and the workplace that are important to you
Created by: Sharon.Spence