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Picking a program can be as simple as A, B, C. Steve Maraboli is quoted as saying “Life is simple, it’s just not easy”.  The same can be said of deciding on a career path. You put a lot of thought into it. You asked a parent, best buddy, relative, and maybe even the family dog – “what career should I chose?” But. . . how do you really know which career is right for you? The MPTC Careers Instructors are here to help you find an answer to that questions. Just follow your A, B, C’s. . .

Assess.

Take career assessments to figure out who you really are. What do you like? What are you good at? What is truly important to you? What problems of the world would you like to solve? What are your natural gifts? Answers to these questions can get you on the road to identifying and utilizing your true gifts. We all have unique gifts. Take the time find out what they are.  A great investment in YOU.

Brainstorm careers.

Once you have an idea of “who you are”, now it’s time to brainstorm career options. What careers are out there in the world anyway? Unprecedented times will bring unprecedented opportunities.

Clarify fit.

Now that you know what’s out there, it’s time to clarify what fit’s YOU. Is salary important to you? How about location? Are you looking for a career with short training requirements? Whatever your “hot points”, clarify before jumping into a career. It could save you the frustration of a never-ending cycle of unsatisfying jobs.

If you are interested in checking out career opportunities that might be out there for YOU, contact one of the MPTC Careers Instructors. We would be happy to walk this journey with you. It’s as simple as A, B, C.

Contact a Careers Instructor today. – Yes, we can meet with you virtually!
Beaver Dam Fond du Lac West Bend
Wendy Herrmann, M.A.                    Dr. Rhonda Roehrig                  Lisa Ferguson, M.S.
wherrmann1@morainepark.edu   rroehrig2@morainepark.edu  lferguson@morainepark.edu
920-887-4437                                       920-924-3244                                262-335-5773


 

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Written by Rhonda Roehrig