The Career ToolKit for High School Students : Making the Transition from School to Work
This thorough introduction to the skills high school students need to succeed in the workplace is presented in an easy-to-read student-friendly format. The text, adapted from a popular college-level text provides a complete framework for career exploration and is designed to motivate students to make these skills a part of their lives.
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- Paperback | 278 pages
- 200.7 x 248.9 x 17.8mm | 589.68g
- 02 Aug 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
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Table of contents
1. Choosing Your Equipment-Finding the Right Mind Set.
2. Today's World-The Diversity of Your Workplace.
3. Keys to the Tool Kit-Unlocking Your Personal Power.
4. Making the Most of Key Resources-Managing Your Time and Money.
II. GETTING STARTED.
5. Sharpening Your Tools-Your Basic Skills.
6. Becoming Marketable-Getting the Job Done through Communication.
III. MOVING ON.
7. Tools that Create Opportunity-Resources to Power Your Job Search.
8. Putting Your Tools to Good Use-Entering the Working World.
9. Packing Up Your Tool Kit-Standing Out on the Job.
About Carol J. Carter
GARY IZUMO is a professor in business at Moorpark College and assists large businesses as a management consultant on issues ranging from corporate growth and organizational development, to operational effectiveness. In addition, he writes a monthly business column for the Los Angeles Times, Ventura County edition. Gary is an enthusiastic swimmer and reader, but most of all, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He believes in contributing to the community and he is an active volunteer to local schools on curriculum and technology matters. Gary is a graduate of Occidental College with a degree in economics and received his MBA from the University of California at Los Angeles.
SARAH LYMAN KRAVITS is a student of life with a passion for learning. In her drive to help others discover their love for learning-and their essential selves-she has spent the last six years writing, researching, talking to students, and talking to teachers in pursuit of the best possible textbooks on student success. She has co-authored The Career Tool Kit, Keys to Success, Keys to Effective Learning, Keys to Thinking and Learning, and Keys to Study Skills. She originally hooked into the world of student success as Program Director for LifeSkills, Inc., a nonprofit organization that aims to further the career and personal development of high school students. Even earlier, being a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia helped to bring her love of learning to new levels. She encourages readers to make the most of this time in school-it is an incredible gift.
DIANE LINDSEY REEVES is an author whose work focuses on helping people of all ages figure out what they want to be when they grow up. She enjoys sharing ideas about career exploration as a writer-in-residence in schools and in other types of programs for teachers and students. Reeves lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, where weekend jaunts are divided between the beach or the mountains. She is married and has two daughters. Reeves would love to hear from you via her website at www.careerideasforkids.com.