Wednesday, May 14, 2014

When thinking about Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics it makes me think of how important this career cluster is to our economy. In what way do you think the cluster contributes to/effects our nation's economy? Please describe your two careers in this cluster first. How do you think each of your two careers in this cluster contribute to/effect our nation's economy? How does this cluster contribute to/effect the other clusters you have completed research in? This cluster contributes to/effects our nation's economy because transportation is the most important part of our lives, the world is surounded by use of transportation to get people from place to place. A rail car repairer is important becuase without rail car repairers there would be broken trains and goods couldnt be transported long distances.

Friday, May 2, 2014

Recently I have been asking my students to make connections between their personal lives/chosen careers and those careers they choose to research in class. I ask them to to think about how semi-random research can be tied to meaning for them, personally. This week, among other things, we have researched two careers in the Government and Public Administration cluster. I would like to know why students chose to research the careers they did and how they "connect" to their own chosen career. I chose the careers i did because i thought i had an intrest in these careers and i thought they have a conection with my chosen careers.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

After researching careers in the Ag, Food, and Natural Resources cluster, you should be making connections between those careers and your day to day life. How does each of the two careers you learned about relate to your life? How does each of those careers relate to our community? How do they relate to, fit in to, or affect our nation in general?more » The two careers I learned about and did research on are important in day to day life because one teaches you about how important the environment is and important it is to keep it cleaned up and looking good. the other career is important because it teaches you on how deadly and toxic hazardous materials are to the environment and how you need a traned professional to get the job done.

Friday, April 4, 2014

These two careers are similar because they both have the same work values, both have to have different kinds or softwares too get there designated jobs done properly and one other thing is you have to be causious to ur surroundings and be investigative to make sure everything is going to work right before anything is caried out. The differnces of these two careers are one blows things up and the other transports passengers and cargo in the safest, fastest, and most efficient way possible. The explosives worker has nothing to do with my careers but the pilot has something to do with it because in some areas where a conservation officer is needed the terain maybe be only Excessable by air travel.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

It measures up to a career in human services because a conservation officer has to protect and conserve the wildlife and people living around these areas. A Natural Sciences manager has to Plan, direct, or coordinate activities in such fields as life sciences, physical sciences,and research just as a conservation officer would. A probation officer has to enforce laws and regulations such as a conservation officer. These careers tell me about the diffrent kinds of jobs and what they do on a daily basis. I think my dream job as a conservation officer is realated to human services jobs in many ways. This conferms my chosen career and acadamy I would like to pursue.

Friday, March 21, 2014

i think it is important to understand the personalities in a workplace because so you know what people like and to get to know them maybe to make a friendship with people at work place.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

What is true colors? What color do you think you are? True colors is something that shows your personaltiy, I think I am a green because I am concerned with the worlds challenges.