My Future

Brendan Wrona

My Brain Hemisphere

Right Brained

Although I am capable of using both the right and left side of my brain depending on the situation, I am most comfortable while using the right side of my brain. That means that I am spontaneous, abstract, and imaginative. Because I am a right brain thinker, I could use more organization skills, planning, and structure.

My Personality Type

My #1 color is Orange

I have an Orange personality type. That means I have low structure, I'm fun-loving, and I'm adventurous. This would mean that in a job I would be a creator who comes up with ideas. I typically think outside the box.

Decision Making: Extroversial Decision Maker

When making decisions I tend to make them deliberately and follow the conceptual style. People with that decision making style are Insightful and enthusiastic, shows concern for others views. Others could see my decision making as slow, indecisive, or too idealistic. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for loose, simple organization, decentralized setting and informal.

1. Fashion Designer

Conditions- Fashion designers work for manufacturers, wholesalers, or designer firms in well-lit and comfortable settings. Most adjust their time to fit the schedules and needs of their clients. Work can be hectic at times and hours may be long if trying to meet a deadline. Tasks- Design clothing and accessories. Direct workers who are drawing and cutting patterns. Examine sample garments. Modify designs to get desired effects. Sketch rough drawings of clothes and accessories. Salary- My maximum yearly pay would be $114,080. Education- In fashion design, employers seek individuals with a 2-year or 4-year degree who are knowledgeable about textiles, fabrics, ornamentation, and fashion trends. Designers must have a strong sense of the esthetic—an eye for color and detail, a sense of balance and proportion, and an appreciation for beauty. Fashion designers also need excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Despite the advancement of computer-aided design, sketching ability remains an important advantage in fashion design. A good portfolio—a collection of examples of a persons best work—often is the deciding factor in getting a job.

2. Photographer

Conditions- Photographers work in a variety of settings. Most usually work in their own studios but also travel to take photos at the clients' location. News and commercial photographers may travel to locations and stay overnight. Schedules are typically flexible and dependent on client availability. Income can be uncertain and dependent on finding new clients. Most photographers set the amount of hours they wish to work. Tasks- Photograph persons, subjects, merchandise, and other products. Develop negatives and produce finished prints. Adjust equipment, subjects, and lighting to achieve desired effects. Create artificial light using flashes and reflectors. Review sets of photographs to choose the best shots. Schedule appointments, keep records, and order supplies. Salary- Maximum yearly salary would be $43,510 Education- Employers usually seek applicants with a "good eye," imagination, and creativity, as well as a good technical understanding of photography. Entry-level positions in photojournalism or in industrial or scientific photography generally require a college degree in photography or in a field related to the industry in which the photographer seeks employment. Freelance and portrait photographers need technical proficiency, gained through either a degree program, vocational training, or extensive photography experience.

3. Correctional Officers Or Jailers

Conditions- Correctional officers work in prisons where they perform duties in a variety of settings. They work in direct contact with prisoners as well as with visitors and other prison employees. They work in eight-hour shifts at 40 hours a week, which includes weekends, evening, holiday, and overnight hours. Tasks- Guard inmates in prisons or other rehabilitative facilities. Guard prisoners traveling between jail, court, and other places. Monitor conduct of prisoners so they follow established regulations and procedures. Inspect the condition of various locks, windows, bars, grills, doors, and gates to prevent escapes. Search prisoners’ cells and vehicles for weapons, valuables, or drugs. Salary- Maximum salary is $41,450 Education- Most institutions require correctional officers to be at least 18 to 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen; have a high school education or its equivalent; demonstrate job stability, usually by accumulating 2 years of work experience; and have no felony convictions. Promotion prospects may be enhanced by obtaining a postsecondary education.

Bentonville 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 nad/or SAT, Maintain resume

12th- Get letters of recomendation, apply to schools, complete the FASFA, apply for scholarships.