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For students in grades 1st through 5th grade, the CAREER/PERSONALITY/TALENT INDICATOR provides valuable information concerning a child's talent and personality qualities then suggests possible career options. Although children of these grades may be fairly young to think about future careers, children begin to dream early and from the activities, interests, skills, and abilities, some suggestions can be provided. This indicator can be important for a child's success not only in school but for life. As personality qualities are identified, students can become more confident and talented in their interactions with others. Parents can mold and model these personality types so it is also important to do the Personality Indicator (for parents) to identify their own personality and talent characteristics influencing parenting and learning. In families, personalites can complement one another or create tensions. If these are understood early, each person can add valuable contributions in making decisions, developing plans, creating emotional stability, and pursuing happiness within the family.

For students in grades 6th – 12th , a formal SDS CAREER EXPLORATION and PERSONALITY INVENTORY will be used to provide more specific career exploration related to the student’s personality qualities. This is based on a reliable, standardized tool which is different for middle school and high school students. It can help students to choose present classes as well as determining college or post-high school plans. It suggests occupations which are based on the results as well as the interest level of the student. There is a detailed analysis of the personality characteristics as well as providing a wide variety of choices. It is essential for all students who need some guidance in the future goal planning. This is done at home by the student then returned for analysis.

Over the years, people are influenced by physical environments, cultural experiences, and personal interactions. People generally attract those who are similar in interests and personalities. They search for complimentary work and social environments to feel safe and happy. Through learning, each person chooses certain activities, then develops strong interests, and eventually creates a unique disposition towards making choices in all aspect of life. Careers and occupations should be chosen from a desire or interest rather than convenience or monetary reward. Lifelong decisions can be planned when personalities are analyzed and how they relate to activities, competencies, occupations, and self estimates.

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