With all of the career possibilities available, how do you make a decision? Once you know what career path you want to follow, how do you get there?
For many careers, a college education is required. Make sure you find the right fit when it comes to selecting a school, and get ready for college , both academically and financially.
Perhaps the first thing to look at when we think about careers are the different ways we share our special talents with others. This slideshow looks at the different types of smarts or intelligence. We are all unique, with valuable skills to share with others. Want to learn more about your special skills? Then check out this online m ultiple intelligence inventory.
If you are going to go to work everyday, you might as well try and find ways to enjoy it, right? How do you know if you have the right job? Well, that''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s hard to say, but here are some things that we might want to look for in a job:
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You must be a Venturer to earn a Venturer Supernova award. With your parent's and unit leader's help, you must select a council-approved mentor who is a registered Scouter. You may NOT choose your parent or your unit leader (unless the mentor is working with more than one youth).
The Venturer Supernova awards recognize superior achievement by a Venturer in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). All experiments or projects should be conducted using the highest level of safety protocol and always under the supervision of a qualified, responsible adult.