I have been in the military for 10 yrs and now I want to get out but I enjoy helping young teens. Ill miss that about my job but I want to continue doing it outside of the military.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
So I'm taking another year off from school and my mom told me I should do one of those jobs you can only really enjoy when you're single, like being an au pair or working on a cruise ship etc. Does anyone know of a good place to look for jobs like that/any suggestions of jobs to look into?
I've already got the au pair possibility covered but are there any other good ones that aren't hard to look for?
I turn 16 this weekend and I'm starting to think about jobs. Do most places allow 16 year olds to work? Does anyone know of any good places for a first job in Southern Cali?
Hi! I would love to live in Ireland or England for the summer. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions or helpful websites? I know a lot of people from Ireland and England come here and work at summer camps as counselors or instructors, etc but I don't think they have anything like that. I can't do an internship because I'm 25 and have been out of college for 3 years.Alrighty, thanks!
Im going into high school and I kinda know what I wanna do, I know that I wanna work with children, psychology, and something to do with health and fitness. Is there a job that has to do with all of these or what types of jobs are there out there in these career paths? But I wanna make good money too, Is that possible?
Neither job is entry level, so what are good entry level MOS so I could get one of these jobs.
I have no former affiliation with the BOA. I do have training in survival, orienteering, hiking, rifle safety/marksmanship, and the like. I am 16, and I would like to be a summer counselor at a local boy scout camp (Named Camp Birch). Does anyone know if I can become this?
I need a comparative topic for concentration camps that were in Germany during WWII. The comparative topic has to be in a different generation and i need to be able to relate the two together. Whoever answers this will be a life saver! PLEASE HELP!
One of my good friends since high school is looking for a summer job. She's an education major in college but is looking for nice summer gig. She used to be a cheerleader captain back in the day. Any links or contacts is appreciated!
Well, my mom is a teacher now but she is not sure if she wants to do it anymore. What is another good job that a teacher could have?
I've always wanted to experience USMC boot camp and I've recently decided I wanted to be an officer. Will I still go to regular boot camp at Paris Island?
So what was that hardest physical task you had to do in Marine boot camp?
I want to work in the industry that helps disabled individuals, seniors or therapuetic work. I acknowledge that most jobs in the industry require higher education but there is also a financial issue attached it. I have a bachelor degree in psychology and life sciences. Please advise. Also, does anyone know anything about being an instructor in private organizations for autistic individuals?
Now I am still a little bit a way from having a job. I have always worked with horses and cannot see my life without them. I am still learning a lot about MEMORIZING (key words I really know them just not memorized) the parts of the horse and its skeleton. And all the diseases and systems (like the digestive) of the horse. I just want to know what different jobs you can have like vet or farrier or that teeth guy. List as many as possible please! And please do not spam me with a million repeats. I really want all of the horse jobs thank you sooo much!
I am 13 and I have been working with horses since I was 4 or able to talk. Dont judge me I had speech problems. Now I talk fluently. And I own 3 horses. A thirty year old, Am training a 3 yr old with my sister and my horse that is good for good 12 yrs old. I am not looking for jobs that suit me, but every horse job. I want to work with horses so bad when I grow up. I have a lot of responsibilities. My mom hates horses and is basically only a ride whenever she is awake. My dad has a job in Ohio and he comes home on weekends. He is pretty bad at riding. my parents are in divorce and my sister is going to the military and is always at work and is good with horses. My other brothers and sisters are married and not in state. So i am really experienced and responsible for the food water hay de-worming and vet check ups. ( I do not pay for it)
Ok, so I might be getting a horse from my riding instructor (another girl has first dibs, but she's also looking at 3 other horses that belong to my riding instructor). How much do you pay for your horse's vet examinations and vaccines?
I you want to add any other costs I forgot about, then thanks :)
board (includes hay)
I'm figuring up the average yearly cost, so I didn't include tack and grooming supplies. But that stuff is at the barn, anyway, so I wont need to get it right away.
Im am going into the airforce and got the job of security forces and I had some questions about the basic training and tech schools. How hard are both? What kind of weapons would I be training with? What are the physical requirments? How hard is PT for both? What jobs does security forces consist of? Such as canine and nuclear protection so what else? If you could just give as much information as you can than it would be very helpful. Thank you.
More questions heh. I know when you join the military you can fill out a dream sheet during boot camp for all the bases you want to request (specifically I will more than likely go Air Force. But is there any way to have your first duty station be put in your contract after taking the asvabs? After doing a lot of research I would really like to be stationed at Elmendorf AFB in Alaska, though there are a few others I am looking in to (lakenheath, Hickam). Though going security forces im sure I will end up in the middle east sooner or later. I enjoy the outdoor activities and scenery though and i've never been to Alaska so it is looking good heh. Thanks. I know a guarantee doesn't mean much in the military, but i'd rather have it in writing than not at all.
I currently work at a summer camp with elementary students and I have to make some activities for the students since the main instructor is back at his original job. The theme for this week is wellness. I have made some activities, but I want to see if there is anybody who can help me with some other ideas.
I am very interested in becoming a US marine. I am curious to hear what boot camp entails and what happens after the three month boot camp.