"Gold there is, and rubies in abundance, but lips that speak knowledge are a rare jewel." -Proverbs 20:15
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.
Behavioral Decision Making Style
when making decisions I tend to follow the behavioral style. People with that decision making style are sociable, friendly, supportive, talented at building teams, and also encouraging. Others sometimes perceive my decision making as too concerned about others, wishy washy, or unable to make hard decisions. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for well-designed, people oriented collegian settings.
My Personality Type
What Do I Want?
+ Social Worker
+ Art Director (Marketing)
+ Reporter or Correspondent
+ Set and Exhibit Designer
How Do I Get It?
My Top Three Career Choices
Set and Exhibit Designers
- Pray and promote spiritually.
- Prepare and deliver sermons or other texts.
- Participate in fundraising activities.
- Irregular hours.
- Respected position.
- Called in on short notice.
- The yearly salary range in Arkansas is $18,920 - $56,930.
- Care for children in private homes.
- Help children develop social skills.
- Plan and prepare meals.
- Routine work that may get boring.
- Physically and emotionally taxing.
- Living in someone else's house.
- The yearly salary range in Arkansas is $15,850 - $22,860.
Top Three Colleges
#1 United Theological Seminary
- Dayton, Ohio
- Private (Methodist)
- 640 Students Attend
- $25,560 Per Year
#2 Ecclesia College
- Springdale, Arkansas
- 178 Students Attend
- $25,773 Per Year
#3 Toccoa Falls College
- Toccoa Falls, Georgia
- 870 Students Attend
- $31,292 Per Year
It Starts Now!
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