Career Development Period Six
Personality Letters: ISFP
Sensing- People who tend to focus on the present and the concrete information gained from their senses.
Feeling- People who tend to base their decisions primarily on values and on subjective evaluation of person centered concerns.
Perception- People who tend to flexible and spontaneous approach at life and things settled. They are less scheduling with their options and prefer to keep their options open. They are more probing with their activity.
My second personality color is orange. Oranges are quick witted, charming, playful, creative, and spontaneous.
Blue is my third personality color. Blues nice, helpful, and caring. They are also kind and understanding.
Gold is my fourth. Golds are organized, honest, dependable, and traditional.
My Top Three Career Choices
Pediatricians work 60 hours a week, they need a medical license. They make around $163,140 a year. The job outlook is 10%. They diagnose, treat, and help prevent childrens diseases and injuries. They examine children regularly to check growth and development. As well as collect and record patient information, and explain test results and suggest treatment options.
Orthodontists work 35 to 40 hours a week. They need a medical licences to do this career. They make. Their jobs are to examine diagnose, and treat dental problems. They realign teeth and jaws to maintain normal function or improve appearance. As well as, develop treatment plans for patients, prepare and maintain treatment records. They coordinate services with other dental and medical treatment.
Chemistry Teacher, Post Secondary
Chemistry teachers prepare course work such as syllabus, homework, and handouts, they plan course content, and methods of instruction, lead students in a class discussion, and prepare, administer, and grade exams. They make $61.160, and work 12 to 16 hours a week.
1. What town is your college located? Cambridge, MA
2. What is the website for your college? http://web.mit.edu/
3. Is your college a Private or Public School? Private
4. Is it a 4 year, 2 year college or other? 4 year
5. What is the total enrollment? Also break it down to how many males and females. 4,512 enrolled 54% male / 46% female
6. What is the tuition cost and room/board per year? $44,720
7. Describe housing options for freshman. Live in dorms.
8. What at the admission requirements?
a. SAT/ACT Scores – Which is required and what score? SAT 2220
b. Grade Point Requirement. About 4.0
c. Percentage of students admitted. 8%
d. Any other requirements to be admitted.
9. What are 3 popular majors? (May have to google this answer.) Engineering, Computer Science, Biological and Biomedical Sciences.
10. Cost of tuition for out of state students. Same as 6
11. What are 3 facts about financial aid?About 90% of our undergraduates receive some type of financial aid, receive your bill through MITPAY on the 10th of each month, and Many graduate students are eligible to receive one or more forms of financial assistance.
12. What are 3 activities/clubs offered on campus? (CAN NOT BE ATHLETICS) entrepreneurs club, LGO committees, and combat robotics club.13. What did you find MOST interesting about your college choice? The first human cancer gene discovery took place at MIT. Weinberg found the ras oncogene.
"Always believe that you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think, and loved more than you know" -From Winnie the Pooh