Career Awareness/Exploration // Career Exploration Visits
Skills for Success Observed

This activity allows students to identify the Skills for Success they observed at the worksite.

Suggested Grade Level

Grade

11

Approximate Time Needed

Minutes

10

Resources

Instructions

Look at the Skills for Success list and think about what skills you observed or heard about on the CEV. List at least 3 skills you heard about or saw in action on the Skills for Success Observed on the Career Exploration Visit form.

Share your list with a partner. Tell each other where and when you saw or heard about it.

Assessment Notes

Completion of worksheet

Return to Career Readiness
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This activity introduces to students to career exploration visit plans and the Career Exploration Visit: Guide for Students.

Researching the Organization

This activity allows students to demonstrate how to answer research questions using print or internet materials that they have collected.

Making Predictions

This activity allows students to make predictions about what they expect to observe and learn during the career exploration visit.

Checking Predictions

This activity introduces to students to compare what they expected to observe with what they actually did observe.

Career Exploration Visit Feedback Form

This activity allows students to evaluate their experience with the career exploration visits and workshops.

Tips for Professional Introductions

This activity allows students to prepare for professional introductions using best practices.

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Draft a Thank You Letter

This activity introduces students to tips and practices for writing thank you letters.

Career Exploration Visit Reflective Essay

The purpose of this lesson is to do final preparations for a reflective essay in which students describe their impressions and what they learned during the Career Exploration Visit.