I want to work with children, and I really want to know which jobs involve interacting with kids. Please help me. I have a teacher and a pediatrician so far. Help. Please!
It sounds like a fun major with alot of fun coursework! Careerwise though, it almost looks unprofessional and whimsical on a resume. I understand there are careers for rec administrations, but they are very broad and vague, ie. community recreation planner, corporate wellness program director, etc.
I need some more information about these careers. What does one do on a day-to-day basis and how much is the salary?
I'm an undergrad at a local university and I need a job that deals with athletic training but I'm not sure where to start or what jobs are offered for Part Time positions. Help me please?
I want to work a cruise ship and i was wondering if anyone can offer me advice, or share their cruise working story. I am hoping to work in the Mediterranean or any cruise that takes place in/near Europe. There are so many scams out there I am unsure of what websites to follow and what ones to avoid. At the end of the day, i just really have no idea where to start-there are hundreds of cruise lines offering thousands of jobs-but there are also thousands of applicants.
Help is appreciated, thanks!
I have nothing against city life, but Canada is experiencing a lot of rural flight so home prices in our cities are very high. I can't afford to live there, and I don't want to deal with long commutes either. What are some in demand jobs that aren't in big cities? I'm still in high school and I'm looking at different career options.
I love kids and I am looking for a new career. I do not want to be a teacher because I do not want to go to school. What kind of job can I get? I have also worked at a day care and I do not want to go back.
I'm in my first year of university and looking to work back home in calgary for the summer part time. What is a good job to have that pays well but isn't fast food/retail... but doesn't require much experience? thanks guys!
I just started going to school for Psychology and I plan on being a Counselor. I am just not sure which branch of counseling I will choose. What type of job should I get now to start gaining some experience? My only background is banking and I am 23 years old.
Different jobs like this, names of them, and how many years in college to receive that specific degree would be fantastic
Obviously most serious research jobs are out without more education, but I'd like more options. Teaching (elementary or high school) is the only one I could think of. Thanks.
What are some cool jobs that I would be to do that help kids get out of either abusive homes or being trafficked?
Also, what kind of schooling would I need for the job you say?
My long term goal is to have a camp for kids that have come out of those situations so something that would work towards that would be best
What has the CCC done for:
3. Flood control
4. Forest Culture
or anything else
I need at least one specific example for each category, not just general things.
I'm pretty sure I want to do something in the medical field, but Im not sure what. Name all the jobs you can think of and any details you can give on each of them. Also, please tell if you would like that job for yourself.
Whoever gives the best/longest list gets the points.
Something besides a teacher
Something thats not working with disabled kids
Something that helps kids maybe
What college classes are needed for that job
Just recently graduated with my Associates in Human Services (Social Science) & I am currently working on my Bachelors in Social Work, but I have no idea what types of jobs I should be applying for in the meantime.
I would like something part-time that actually relates to my field. I've been applying for retail positions & nanny jobs, but I'm over-qualified. I'm also 27 years old & need something to make my resume sparkle.
I've recently moved to Atlanta and have a bachelor degree in psychology. I've been stuck working a receptionist job for the last 3 1/2 months. I'm trying to find a job in my field, I've looked everywhere at least I think I have. I want something in mental health, or adolescent detention center. Im really considering moving because I need another job that can pay my bills and my student loans. I plan on going to graduate school next year fall. but I cant start until I find a job. any advice? please help.
I took a school year long ROP course in careers with children and realized I could probably get a job with it. I tried looking on google but I couldbt find anything. Can anyone help? We covered everything from making courses for kids to reporting child abuse.
What types of jobs would you be able to get with a certificate from a community college taking Human services\Social Services? What types of positions can you hold being that it is a certificate? And what kinds of organizations could you work for?
Also, is it worth it? I cant take out 2 years for a associates degree I can only go to school for a very short time and need to be employed quick thereafter.
You may not know any. But I'm looking for some careers that require helping others, I have some ideas but I want to make sure that there are some others out there before I make my final decision.I have a real good technique for problem solving and giving good advice. Thanx a bunch.
I'm a junior in high school and trying to figure out what I want to do with my life. I'm thinking something along the lines of being a social worker, but it's hard to say because I really don't know what different careers entail. I just know that I want to DO something, HELP someone, not just sit at a computer at some corporation. I also have an enormous passion for children, and helping them. What are some careers I should check out, or classes I should take? Any help would be greatly appreciated!