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FirstName LastName. Exit Presentation. Key  Yellow —About Me Blue —Educational Reflection Green —Education Power Point Red —Occupation Profile. About Me. The career that I am interested in is in the Human Services field. After graduation I plan on getting a part time job - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Career Research About Me

FirstName LastNameExit PresentationKey YellowAbout MeBlueEducational ReflectionGreenEducation Power PointRedOccupation Profile

About MeThe career that I am interested in is in the Human Services field. After graduation I plan on getting a part time jobI plan on attending Lansing Community College

Related Work ExperienceChildcareHow I fulfilled the Michigan Merit CurriculumIn my educational career I have explored these subjects through the Michigan Merit CurriculumLanguage ArtsSocial StudiesScienceMathematicsFulfillment of Language ArtsI have completed:English 9, English 10, English 11, and English 12 In these classes I have:done essays personal/group presentationslearned grammarCover letters, resumes, and personal biographiesActivities in Vocational Diploma class include:written goals, resumes, cover letters, and personal biographies

Fulfillment of Social StudiesI have completed:World History, US History, Civics, and EconomicsI learned about laws, politics, money, government, and different types of marketsIn these classes I have:learned about different cultures, and the different ways people live our past Learned certain cultures and other ways of peoples lives back then. Slavery, Civil War, and the Holocaust Activities in Vocational Diploma class include:current events talked about elections and politics911 calls, hospital vs urgent care, what chemicals not to mixFulfillment of ScienceI have completed:Biology, Chemistry, HealthIn these classes I have:learned about the environment evolution We made maps of the ecosystem Projects on viruses and bacteriaGenetic code projects

Fulfillment of MathematicsI have completed:Algebra 1 and 2, and GeometryIn these classes I have:learned how to do equations Learned short cuts to remember formulasgraphed functions and equationsused mental math to help it go quickerActivities in Vocational Diploma class include:Personal finance, and LCC tuition costCourses at GL that related to my careerCivicsWe learned about laws and rightsHistoryWhat it was like back then to nowBasic EconomicsLearned about people, money, and societySocial StudiesHuman interactions from past to present Determined the right thing to do in any situation

TechnologyMicrosoft WordMicrosoft Power PointPrezi

Career Research

Juvenile Corrections Officerhttp://www.lcc.edu/catalog/degree_certificateprograms/current/Applied/1475.pdf

Occupation Profile of a Juvenile Corrections OfficerSpecific Tasks for Juvenile Corrections Officers:Fire safety, and sanitation inspections. Give clothing, tools, and other items to inmates.Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.Head counts to make sure each prisoner is present. Serve meals, and beverages to each prisoner.General Skills needed for Juvenile Corrections Officers:Getting InformationIdentifying Objects, Actions, and Events Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates

http://www.careerinfonet.org/occ_rep.asp?next=occ_rep&Level=&optstatus=111111111&jobfam=33&id=1&nodeid=2&soccode=333012&stfips=26&x=66&y=11

Tools and Technology used by a Juvenile Corrections OfficerHand GunsHandcuffsHand SprayerSecurity or access control systemsPersonal computers Notebook computersSpreadsheet softwareWord processing software http://www.careerinfonet.org/Tools/tools_tech.aspx?onetcode=33-9032.00Juvenile Corrections Officer CertificationsCore Certifications:Certified Corrections ManagerCertified Corrections SupervisorCertified Corrections Officer/Provisional

Advanced Certifications:Certified Corrections Executive/Juvenile

Specialty Certifications:Certified Corrections Officer/Juvenile

http://www.careerinfonet.org/certifications_New/cert_search_keyword_results.asp?by=keyword&from=keyword_search&nodeid=17&keyword=Corrections+Officer&searchType=cert_OccupationDegree Requirements for a Juvenile Corrections OfficerYou need at least an Associates DegreeAdditional Requirements:CPR Certified

If I were to start off by getting my Associates Degree at LCCI would get an Associates in Social ScienceI would need 63 credits totalhttp://www.lcc.edu/catalog/degree_certificateprograms/current/Applied/1475.pdf

Required Courses with in Major for a Juvenile Corrections OfficerTotal Required Credits: 45Intro to Criminal Justice Criminal Law Intro to Juvenile Justice Juvenile Offenders/Families Juvenile Residential Services Report Writing/Crim Justice Juvenile Justice: Special Pops Human Relations/Crim Justice Juvenile Internship I Juvenile Internship II Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Sociology Fund of Public Speaking Composition I Additional Requirements for a Juvenile Corrections OfficerRelated Professional Course Credits: 12-18Total General Education Credits: 6-9Mathematics Core AreaScience Core AreaCorrections Officer

Occupation Profile of a Corrections OfficerSpecific Tasks for Corrections Officers:Fire safety, and sanitation inspections. Give clothing, tools, and other items to inmates.Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.Head counts to make sure each prisoner is present. Serve meals, and beverages to each prisoner.General skills needed for Corrections Officers:Getting InformationIdentifying Objects, Actions, and Events Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates

http://www.careerinfonet.org/Tools/tools_tech.aspx?onetcode=33-9032.00

Tools and Technology used by a Corrections OfficerHand GunsHandcuffsHand SprayerSecurity or access control systemsPersonal computers Notebook computersSpreadsheet softwareWord processing software http://www.careerinfonet.org/Tools/tools_tech.aspx?onetcode=33-9032.00

Corrections Officer CertificationsCore Certifications:Certified Corrections Manager:Certified Corrections SupervisorCertified Corrections Officer/Provisional

Advanced Certifications:Certified Corrections Executive/Juvenile

Specialty Certifications:Certified Corrections Officer/Juvenile

http://www.careerinfonet.org/certifications_New/cert_search_keyword_results.asp?by=keyword&from=keyword_search&nodeid=17&keyword=Corrections+Officer&searchType=cert_Occupation

Degree Requirements for a Corrections OfficerYou need at least an Associates Degree

If I were to start off by getting my Associates Degree at LCCI would get an Associate in Applied Science DegreeI would need at least 63 Credits for the minimum total

http://www.lcc.edu/catalog/degree_certificateprograms/current/Applied/1209.pdfRequired Courses with in Major for a Corrections OfficerTotal Required Credits: 45Intro Computer Info Systems Intro to Criminal Justice Intro to Juvenile Justice Introduction to Corrections Probation and Parole Legal Issues in Corrections Correctional Institutions Correctional Clients Human Relations/Crim Justice Critical Thinking in Law Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Sociology Fund of Public Speaking Composition I

Additional Requirements for a Corrections OfficerAdditional Required Credit Number: 18-24General Education Core Areas: 6-9Mathematics Core AreaScience Core AreaRelated Professional Courses: 12-15Fire Science/ Basic EMT

Occupation Profile of a Basic EMTSpecific Tasks for EMTs:Give first aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured people before transportation.Replenish first aid equipment properly.Comfort and reassure patients.Follow instructions from an emergency medical dispatcher.Work with other emergency medical team members, police, or fire personnel.General skills needed for EMTs:Care for and assist to others.Make decisions and solve problems.Recording and documenting information. http://www.careerinfonet.org/occ_rep.asp?next=occ_rep&Level=&optstatus=111111111&jobfam=29&id=1&nodeid=2&soccode=292041&stfips=26&x=48&y=8

Tools and Technology used by a Basic EMTAmbulancesBlood pressure cuffs.Automated external defibrillator (AED).Medical oxygen masks. Medical softwareEpocrates softwareSkyscape software

http://www.careerinfonet.org/Tools/tools_tech.aspx?onetcode=29-2041.00

Basic EMT CertificationCore Certifications:Certified Healthcare Emergency ProfessionalFirst ResponderEmergency Medical Technician-BasicEmergency Technician-Intermediate 85Emergency Medical Technician-ParamedicCertified Medical Interpreter

Advanced Certifications:Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

Specialty Certifications:Critical Care Paramedics

http://www.careerinfonet.org/certifications_New/cert_search_keyword_results.asp?by=keyword&from=keyword_search&nodeid=17&keyword=EMT+or+Paramedic&searchType=cert_Occupation

Degree Requirements for Fire Science/ Basic EMTYou need at least an Associates DegreeIf I were to start off by getting my Associates Degree at LCCI would get an Associate in Applied Science DegreeI would need at least 69 Credits for the minimum total

http://www.lcc.edu/catalog/degree_certificateprograms/current/Applied/1057.pdfRequired Courses with in Major for Fire Science/ Basic EMTTotal Required Credits: 45Internet Literacy Basic EMT I Basic EMT II Basic EMT III Basic EMT IV Basic EMT Clinical Principles Emergency Services MI F.F.T.C. Basic Fire Level IMI F.F.T.C. Basic Fire Lev II Fire Behavior & Combustion Occup Health & Safety/Fire Svc Fire Service Career Developmnt Fire Academy Fitness Training Fire Science Healthy Lifestyle Additional Requirements for Fire Science/ Basic EMTGeneral Education Core Requirements: 15-21Communication Core Area 3-4 Global Perspectives and Diversity Core Area 3-4 Mathematics Core Area 3-4 Science Core Area 3-5 Writing Core Area 3-4