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41. Career Planning Timeline
Center staff about your career goals and plans. and career workshops, panels, seminarsand fairs. Research graduate or professional schools, if appropriate.

Getting Started
Career Planning Timeline Five Steps Where Are You on the Stair Steps?
Career Planning Timeline
Freshman Year
  • Take career self-assessment inventories (online, at the Counseling Center, or through the Student Leadership Development Series).
  • Talk over career ideas with parents, friends, instructors, and roommates.
  • Visit the ICC and read about different careers in Room 114 South Hall.
  • Take a variety of courses to explore majors.
  • Read the UC Davis Course Catalog.
  • Meet and talk to instructors.
  • Attend study skills workshops.
  • See an academic advisor.
  • Get involved in residence hall activities, student organizations or community service projects.
  • Nurture hobbies; balance work and play.
  • Develop a peer group.
Sophomore Year
  • Talk with ICC or Counseling Center staff.
  • Attend a Resume Writing workshop and develop a resume.
  • Attend ICC workshops and Career Fairs.
  • Explore and learn to navigate the ICC Web site.
  • Meet with an academic advisor.
  • Choose or change majors.
  • Investigate the UC Davis Washington Center and study abroad programs.
  • Talk with people in your major.

42. VT Bike/Ped - Bicycle Safety Education
trained about 40 police officers, teachers, school nurses, scout color handouts foryour safety fair or other Other resources If you are planning to put on a
Home President's Message Board Members Staff ... Contact Us P.O. Box 1234
Montpelier, Vermont
BikeSmart in Vermont Schools
The Coalition has trained bicycle safety instructors in the BikeSmart safety curriculum. These instructors are available to go into local schools, to present a 45-minute to 1-hour presentation to school classes and assemblies. To arrange a presentation in your school, contact Jon Kaplan at the Vermont Agency of Transportation for an application. A limited number of schools will be chosen for Spring 2004 (pilot phase); a larger number of schools will be selected for Fall. Interested in teaching? Our instructor corps consists of bicycle enthusiasts from around the state. You should be somewhat comfortable talking to 9-10 year olds, but we will provide a complete curriculum and "spiel" for you to use including recommended skits, props, overheads, and videos. If you are interested in teaching in Vermont schools, please contact Becka Roolf
Bicycle Safety Fairs
A bicycle safety fair (aka bicycle rodeo) simulates real-life traffic conditions, to teach children the skills they need for safe bicycling in their neighborhood or to go to school. A well-designed safety fair is more than just a "ride around the cones" exercise. Most bicycle safety fairs also distribute low-cost helmets but a helmet alone is not what makes for a safe child bicyclist!

43. Education World ® : Curriculum: Want To See The World? Teach Overseas!
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Want to See the World? Teach Overseas!
Want to get away from the daily grind? Can you imagine living in an exotic place you've read about in books? For recent graduates and seasoned educators teaching abroad can be the adventure of a lifetime. A myriad of jobs in a myriad of places are as close as a mouse click away. Included: Web resources to help you locate that perfect overseas job! Have you ever fantasized about teaching in another country taking a total break from routine to experience a new culture? If you are a recent graduate, does the idea of traveling before you settle down have appeal? Every year, thousands of teachers and recent graduates leave home for adventure in places they might know about only secondhand.

44. Welcome To The Alamance County Area Chamber Of Commerce
Plan and coordinate Business Fair for high school seniors, college Assist in planningefforts of major events; Allow Career and Business fairs give companies an

45. Majors\education
by region and title, some job fairs http//www gov/ back to the top CAREER planning/ MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES Survey *Troops to Teachers (Public Schools of North
Division of Student Affairs "Creating Experiences for Life"
About Career Services


University Union 104/106
Phone: 910-962-3174
Fax: 910-962-4257

Updated May 12, 2004
by Diane Sledden Reed
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*Adult Education Teacher *Educational Resource Coordinator *Media Center Specialist *Alumni Relations Coordinator *Educational Therapist *Missionary Worker *Athletic Coach *Elementary School Teacher *Physical Education Instructor *Athletic Director *Employee Training Instructor *Preschool Administrator *Child Life Specialist *Financial Aid Counselor *Registrar/Admissions Director *Curriculum Specialist *Grant Writer *Religious Institution Education Coord. *Day Care Administrator *Guidance Counselor *Resource Teacher *Education Management Specialist *Historic Site Administrator *School Psychologist *Educational Materials Sales Rep.

46. Career Planning Center Resources
Career planning Center. Writing Central for Law, Medical, Business, and Graduate Schoolwww.accepted Consortium (MCRC)
From the Vice President Academic Calendar Campus Security Health Services ... Home Page
Career Planning Center
Advertising and Public Relations
Advertising and Media Jobs
American Association of Advertising Agencies
AAAA Career Center
Arts and Media
Broadcast Employment Services
U.S. Museum Directory
World Wide Arts Resources
Government-Local, State and Federal Agencies
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
Department of Justice
Local Government Institute
USA Jobs
US Customs Department US Department of State US Immigration and Naturalization Service The US Treasury Department of World Wide Web Site
Graduate and Professional School Fair
Peterson's Education Center ETS NET

47. Intel Education: Unit & Project Plans: Unit Plan Index
presentations and fun games that teach their schoolmates waste management practicesat their school, and devise made from recycled materials at a holiday fair.
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  • K - 2 (ages 5-7)
  • 3 - 5 (ages 8-10)
  • 6 - 8 (ages 11-13)
  • 9 - 10 (ages 14-15) ...
  • 11 - 12 (ages 16-18)
    Grades K - 2 (ages 5 - 7)
    Meet the Bears
    Grade: Subject: Science, Math, Writing Topic: Animals Essential Question: How are we like other animals? Description: How many of ME would it take to outweigh a polar bear? To get in touch with their inner bear, primary students look at bears from all angles, and apply math and measurement skills to compare themselves with their furry friends. Origin: Arizona, United States
    Monster Swap
    Grade: Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies Topic: Descriptive Writing Essential Question: How can I communicate so others will understand? Description: Primary students give their imaginations a workout creating their own unique monsters, and then hone their writing skills as they develop descriptions for cyber pals who will try to recreate their terrible beasts! Origin: Vermont, United States
    Pond Water and Pollywogs
    Grade: Subject: Biology Topic: Frogs, Life Science

48. Walsh Jesuit High School News
Lots of opportunities – plan ahead 700 – 900 PM, @ Hathaway Brown school, 19600North College fairs. Northeast Ohio Spring College Fair – Thursday, March

49. Schools To Career Partnership | San Benito County Office Of Education
Career Development/Exploration ¢ Career Fair ¢ Career Day ¢ Vocational Field iehigh school algebra students plan and teach middle school students pre
Grant funding
2001-2002 Grant Funding
Information Packet Important Dates to Remember Application Deadline:
11-30-01* Awards Announced:
12-14-01 Funds Expended by:
*please note: no other mini-grant funding period will be available during the 2001/2002 school year.
Please see the 2001-2002 Grant Funding Application Packet For More Information
Planning/Implementation Grant Application Checklist
  • Cover Sheet Narrative Project Implementation Team Workplan Matrix Budget Worksheet Equipment Purchase Rubric (as appropriate) Statement of Assurances
MISSION AND VISION Mission School-to-Career provides students grades Kindergarten through College with a wide range of education and career development options. The principal goal of School-to-Career is to implement methods that
make students committed to life-long learning by making classroom experiences more relevant.

50. Schools In The USA :: The Source For College Prep & Career Information
There will be pricing of materials, planning each lesson and They should be fair,kind and enjoy people. for an instructor franchise or craft school, or work

51. Wright State University Career Services Making The Most Of Student Teaching Opps
assist coaches, attend athletic events, school fairs, or open your credentials willbe to school districts. Create lesson plans around ethnic diversity themes
Education Fair and Interview Day
Making the Most of Ed Fair Making the Most of Student Teaching Opportunities
Patty Bilby Moore, Career and Employment Counselor
Northern Arizona University

adapted, with permission, from AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators, 2002
Your student teaching experience is potentially a rich opportunity for strengthening your competitive edge as you approach the employment market. With a little strategic planning and a lot of enthusiasm and hard work, student teachers can make their quarters in the classroom sources of rapid professional growth and powerful job-hunt assets. THINK AHEAD.
The district in which you student teach can be a critical factor in determining your later job prospects.
Many education majors give little thought to selecting a district until the last minute, or simply rely on the student teaching office to assign them to a local school district. Districts located near colleges and universities which offer teacher preparation programs often have an oversupply of candidates, and can be difficult places to secure employment. You should consider how your selection of a district will affect your future. A little advance planning now will pay dividends later. -Do your homework.

52. Selecting Schools
And don t forget to check on the meal plan—can the school provide for special CostWhat kinds of financial aid does the school offer College Nights and fairs.

53. High School Science Fair Project Research
fairs, and the Middle TN Science and Engineering Fair. The block schedule used atsome schools makes the should complete library work and plan the experiment.
High School Science Fair Project Research Overview As a result I encouraged my high school students to do independent research work on a topic of their choosing but approved by me. The projects could be broken into three categories:
  • "Homegrown" projects where the student comes up with the idea without any help. Projects where the teacher and student work together to develop an idea. I compiled a large file and collected books on possible topics. Projects where the student worked with a mentor at an industry or academic facility. For example we have several people at APSU who are willingly to work with students on projects. Teachers have been given a list of APSU resource people.
  • In addition to developing an understanding of the scientific method, there are several other important reasons to consider encouraging this program:
  • Many projects show the relationship between science and everyday life and for many students this partially answers the question "Why should I study science, anyway?" As jobs become more highly technical and the choices that our society faces require more and more scientific knowledge, it is vital to show the links between science and the human condition. So many higher order reasoning skills are developed in a project. As Piaget would say, it is important to stimulate and expose students to formal operational (abstract) experiences if we expect them to develop their full cognitive abilities.
  • 54. Health Fair Planning Guide > Activity Ideas For Health Fairs
    Plan a County Extension Booth. Scavenger Hunt. Often it can be difficult to organizeschool groups or other youth groups for participation in a health fair.
    Health Information for Texans! Site Search:
    Health Home
    Worksite and Volunteer Programs Health Fair Planning Guide
    Health Fair Planning Guide
    Activity Ideas for Health Fairs
    Activity-oriented health fairs inspire more learning than a passive look-and-see health fair. Topic choices are limitless. Your health fair planning committee can help choose topics. Ask participant agencies to come prepared to provide a hands-on teaching activity in their booth. These booths should provide something to do that will teach as least one important point about their subject. Here are some activity-oriented, hands-on ideas for your health fair.
    Plan a County Extension Booth
    This booth can offer information on various Extension programs and provide sign-up sheets for Extension activities, such as letter series and workshops. This would be a good place to have participants to sign in and register for door prizes. Keep participants' names from these door prize registrations for your mailing lists, too. Other ideas include having a fact sheet noting Extension accomplishments in your county. Have a sheet noting upcoming programs you will be offering.
    Booths, Exhibits and Demonstrations

    55. 20th Annual Rocky Mountain Education Fair- Career Fairs- Career Services- Wester
    Do’s and Don’ts when attending a fair. Do’s. Would you like to be involvedin school (community) activities? What do you plan to be doing in five years?
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    Western State College of Colorado
    Career Services
    wsc student life student services ... career fairs
    April 8 and 9, 2004 at WESTERN STATE COLLEGE Paul Wright Gymnasium, Gunnison, Colorado A two-day Education Fair held in conjunction with Mesa State College and Adams State College. There wil be over 50 school districts represented from Colorado and throughout the United States. There is no fee to attend the Rocky Mountain Education Fair for Adam State College, Mesa State College or Western State College students and alumni. At the fair, you will be meeting formally with school districts, learn about their hiring needs and schedule interviews for Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. We recommend that you bring several copies of your updated resume, as well as a portfolio, if possible. Schools Attending the Fair (updated 2/20/04)
    Thursday, April 8, 2004

    56. Career Fairs - Teach Now: Western State College - Online Teacher Licensure Progr
    licensure process and what your plans are for Greeley, Colorado; Greater Denver TeacherFair.. Affiliate schools are Colorado Christian University, Metropolitan
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    This web site has been built using XHTML 1.0 and CSS. It is necessary to use a standards-compliant browser in order to see the page as intended , although page content is accessible to all users regardless of browser. We have provided more information about standards, a list of standards-compliant browsers and links to free browser downloads.
    Teach Now: Online Teacher Licensure Program
    Job Resources Mentoring ... Contact Us Online Teacher Licensure Program @ Western State College
    From Our Students...
    "Functional, applicable, structured to give me exactly what I need to teach every day."
    "They not only teach us, they teach us to teach." Sherry Page,
    Secondary Special Education
    Contact Information
    Marta Smith
    Program Coordinator
    Western State College
    C/O Teacher Education Program
    Crawford Hall
    Gunnison, CO 81231
    970.943.7041 (phone) 970.943.3226 (fax)
    Education Career Fairs
    Teaching career fairs provide an incredible opportunity to expedite the job finding process. Remember to explain that you are working with an Alternative Licensure Program. Explain where you are in the alternative licensure process and what your plans are for acquiring your teaching training. In addition, it would be helpful to bring brochures from Western's Teach Now Program in order to help districts understand this process.

    57. Evalutech
    offers a variety of lesson plans on earth frequently updated by a middle school scienceteacher links include basic resources, science fairs, biology, natural
    Instructional Resources Science Resources L esson Plans and Other Web Resources Access Excellence Resource Center Access Excellence Resource Center is provided by the National Health Museum There are links to web resources such as a visual library, health resources, science and math resources, resources for students, interdisciplinary resources, and teacher resources. AOL@School AOL@School provides a portal to numerous resources that have been chosen by educators as the best educational content for that grade level. The Web site provides a suite of functional online tools such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, a calculator and many other research and collaboration tools. In addition AOL@School contains activities correlated with textbooks by grade level and subject.
    Apple Learning Interchange – Learning Resources
    Apple hosts this Web site of middle school lesson plans.

    58. ED342463 1991-00-00 Planning For Parent Participation In Schools For Young Child
    use of stories, holidays, art exhibits, fairs, plays, and to discuss the impact onschoolhome relations digest was adapted from the article, planning for the
    ERIC Identifier:
    Publication Date:
    Coleman, Mick
    Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education Urbana IL.
    Planning for Parent Participation in Schools for Young Children. ERIC Digest.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC Family and school represent the primary environments in which young children grow and develop. Today, the link between these institutions is taking on added significance as concern mounts over the challenges that preschools face in building or maintaining strong parent participation. In order to effectively meet the needs of all families, parent participation programs need to give equal consideration to the needs of all families represented in the class. Teachers can plan parent participation strategies for their own classroom through use of the following guides.
    1. A good place to begin is to document the barriers to parent involvement created by such factors as family structures (dual career, single parent, teenage parent) and family work schedules (full-time, job sharing, flex-time). This can be accomplished through parent-teacher conferences, telephone calls, or a short questionnaire.

    59. School & PTA Events
    on a planning committee and for the Career Fair. Top, Hospitality, Through this committee,we plan to build community that will benefit both our school and each
    General Information Air Buddies


    ... J K L M N O ... P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Event / Volunteer Name Area Event Description Volunteer Description Air
    Buddies Top A group for parents of children with asthma and allergies. Art Top Related
    Arts The Art Teachers need volunteers to assist them with special art projects, the displaying of art work, and other miscellaneous duties on an as needed basis. Assistance is also needed with the Art Club. The teachers do not have a homeroom from which to get volunteers. They teach each and every student at Bethel. Artist
    Residence Top
    Arts Each month, an artist's work is chosen and displayed in front of the Media Center in an effort to expose our children to many different types of art work. Visiting artist in Art, Music, and Physical Education classes will have set-up and ongoing needs while in residence. Assemblies Top Cultural
    Arts Special events pertaining to our cultural arts theme will need to be scheduled. Bethel
    Picnic Top Book Fair Top Career Education Top
    Guidance The counselors will need help in planning speakers for the fifth grade and for special events. They will also need people to serve on a planning committee and for the Career Fair.

    60. Lesson Plans To Help Understand War, Iraq, The Middle East, And North Korea
    compiled a copious collection of lesson plans, including poetry United States ThreeLessons for High school Students write and teach history in a fair way when
    Early Childhood Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools ... Job Opportunities Special Projects : World Events : Understanding War Dealing with Crises Understanding War Countering Discrimination Analyzing 9/11 Teaching Students About War
    Many history books are full of descriptions of wars, but few help students critically analyze the history of warfare and the ethics of war and peace. These lessons are intended to help teachers put issues of current global conflict into an ethical, historical, and cultural context, while encouraging students to think critically and discuss differing perspectives.
    Understanding, Discussing, and Analyzing War

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