Project #80205 - Career Plan A and Career Plan B

This assingment is a two part assingment. One paper (Career Plan A) is to be written on air traffic control and the second paper (Career plan B) is to be written on becoming an airport manager.

 

Career Plan A: Air Traffic Controler

Introduction

This assignment is meant to make you think about the path your future career might take. It is easy to say “I want to fly for United.” It is another thing to have a plan on how to get over the bumps you find along the way. Once you've developed a plan you like, keep a copy and visit it every several years. You may be surprised how your plans and goals evolve as you spend time thinking about them.

Instructions

Select a career that interests you and start researching how to get there. Include specifics such as the position you wish to reach in that field and the average compensation and benefits of that career. Research the skills, education and experience necessary to attain your desired position. Create a plan that details the required steps to go from where you are now (including your current skills and education) to where you want to be.

Download the Career Plan Worksheet for additional details and questions that will help you consider your future career. Make sure to review the rubric for grading details.

 

Carreer Plan B: Airport Management

Introduction

Most people end up changing course in their career at least once or twice. It can happen different ways, but our circumstances and goals change over time. As a result, the career that fits your life circumstances best may not always be the same. For instance, if you are a pilot you may lose your medical or be furloughed. And as you know, aviation is always hostage to the economy. It is helpful to consider alternatives and prepare for the possibility of change.

Instructions

This assignment is identical to the previous career planSelect an additional career that interests you and start researching how to get there. Include specifics such as the position you wish to reach in that field and the average compensation and benefits of that career. Research the skills, education and experience necessary to attain your desired position. Create a plan that details the required steps to go from where you are now (including your current skills and education) to where you want to be.

Download the Career Plan Worksheet for additional details and questions that will help you consider your future career. 

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/31/2015 12:00 am
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