Career Development Curriculum
Choose Your Career Path
Example Career Paths
Animal care and service workers attend to or train animals. Working with pets and other non farm animals, these caretakers and trainers feed, groom, and exercise the animals or teach them to respond to human commands.
Also known as “leisure and recreation,” the recreation industry provides experiences for the purpose of enjoyment, relaxation, and even health. The recreation industry includes a wide variety of businesses and activities.
The hospitality field covers the entire service industry that includes lodging, food and drink service, event planning, theme parks, and transportation. It includes hotels, restaurants and bars.
The prevention, treatment, and management of illness and the preservation of mental and physical well-being through the services offered by the medical and allied health professions.
Clerical work is essential for keeping an office running smoothly. Most employees and managers have to do some form of clerical work in their daily roles, but most of it gets taken care of by clerical employees. Here is more information about clerical work and what it involves.
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The retail industry features small businesses and chain stores that sell products directly to individual consumers. These businesses can be categorized based on their signature products into "hard" and "soft" retailers. Industry experts also classify retailers as department stores, discount stores, and niche businesses.
Recipe for Success
The Career Plan outlines important stages of your career development necessary to achieve your career goals. It will serve as a guide in keeping track of what you need to do to transform your career dreams into a reality.