All about me!
“When you view your world exclusively through the lens of science, your prescription will never be strong enough.” ― Jay Nichols
Who Am I?
Although I use both the left and right side of my brain depending on the thought process necessary, I am most comfortable while using the left side of my brain. That means that I like more structure, control, clarity, focus, direction, responsibility, organization, planning, mathematical and analytical skills, listening skills, rational and logical thinking.
when making decisions I tend
to follow the behavioral style. People with that decision making style focus on people and social aspects of work,
consider the well-being of others, acquire information by listening and interacting with others, evaluate information by using feelings and instincts, and have a low tolerance for ambiguity (when things are unclear or uncertain). Sometimes others perceive my decision making as too concerned about others, wishy-washy, can't make hard decisions, can't say no. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for well-designed, people oriented collegial (group) settings.
MY PERSONALITY TYPE
What Do I Want?
My Top 3 Career Choices
- Work with students and families and solve any conflicts.
- Administer psychological tests.
- Interpret test results and prepare psychological reports for teachers, administrators, and parents.
- Work with students & their families
- Have an accurate understanding of the students problem
- Work about 40 hours a week in an office space
- Doctorate Degree
- Examine crime scenes to search for clues and gather evidence.
- Collect evidence such as loose hairs, fibers, clothing, and weapons.
- Secure deceased body to prevent contamination.
- Be prepared for danger
- May affect your private life
- Work 40 hours a week
- College Degree
- Dress bodies and place them in caskets.
- Sew lips closed
- Close incisions, using needles and sutures.
- Work in funeral homes
- Work requires standing and bending for long periods of time, and may lead to back strain.
- Most embalmers work 40 hours a week, which may include evening and weekend hours.
- Vocation Training and a Bachelors degree
How Do I Get It?
Top 3 Colleges
University of Pennsylvania
University of Arkansas
It Starts Now!
Bentonville West High School
9th – get good grades, get involved, start a resume of all activities/accomplishments
10th – keep grades up, take PSAT and/or PLAN, maintain resume
11th – boost GPA, take ACT and/or SAT, maintain resume
12th – get letters of recommendation, apply to schools, complete the FASFA, apply for scholarships