Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Social Contract


As members of _____________________________________________ we establish this Social Contract and agree that when we are together we will -
·         Treat each other with Respect, Honesty, Encouragement, Kindness, Friendship, Forgiveness, Dignity, Patience, Mercy, Trust, Empathy, Tact, Love, Value, Grace, Truth, Integrity, and Confidentiality, and will listen and not gossip!
·         In addition, we will be Non-judgmental, Accountable, Flexible, Courteous, Committed, Productive, Ethical, Open, Slow to Anger, Supportive, Transparent, Clear, and Truthful.

Three occupational Interest surveys




This is an inventory to help you find out the jobs you are interested in and you will find comfortable in doing so. It is in three parts.
PART ONE: lists ninety-six activities related to jobs and 
PART TWO: lists ninety-six occupations with their descriptions. 
PART THREE: lists ninety-eight career orientations
Read each statement and decide which option best describes you.  Again there are no “right” or “wrong” answers and no “good” or “bad” choices nor a pass or fail result. Answer openly and honestly by indicating how you actually are and not how you would like to be or how you would like to be seen. There is no time limit but work quickly.  
1.  Wrong Way to Answer Questions
1. Indicating high interest in most activities and occupations
2. Reflecting high level in most areas
3. Answering like family, friends, and society may want you to be
4. Desiring approval and acceptance of others
5. Relying on your own abilities, power, and strength
6. Answering to indicate how you wish you were
7. Reaching for society’s measurements of success and significance (wealth, power, fame, and security)
8. Believing that some career fields or occupations are inferior
9. Wanting to hide what you consider to be weaknesses, inadequacies, or deficiencies

10 Faking either good or bad