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Who Am I?

__Armani Linville__

Step 1: Who am I? The Foundation Skills

A. Brainstorm:

Key your thoughts to the following questions about YOU! Include a minimum or 2-3
sentences or 3-5 words.
1. What do I like to do?
(Think about
experiences you have
enjoyed. What kind of
school, religious, social
or sports activities you
like to do)

2. What are your talents,

hobbies and/or

3. What do other people

say you are good at

My talents are that I can

dance good, I can act
really good, and Im pretty
good at drawing

Other people say Im good

at being angry, Im good
at drawing, Im good at
socializing, and Im good
at modeling.

5. What do you like to do

in your free time?
(Have you
volunteered, worked
jobs in the

6. Which skill areas

describe you the
best? Click these
links and jot down
(copy and paste) a
few which describe

I like to act, draw, dance,

and listen to music,
and also watch

4. What subjects at school

do you like? What
clubs or
organizations do you
belong to?
I like language arts, and,
social studies, and a
school dance crew.

I like to act, draw, dance,

listen to music, model.

Working with children,

acting, dancing, and

B. Foundation Skills:

Next, visit the Career Key website and copy/past a minimum of 2-3 sentences or 3-5
words that describe you for each skill-set.
(Lawrence K. Hones, Ph.D., NCC)
Basic Skills
Listening: Listen

Thinking Skills
Creative Thinking:

People Skills

Social: Show

Personal Qualities

carefully to what
person says, noting
tone of voice, and
other body
language; respond
in a way that shows
understanding of
what is said.

Use imagination
freely, combining
ideas or information
in new ways; make
between ideas that
seem unrelated.
Visualization: See
a building or object
by looking at a
blueprint, drawing,
or sketch; imagine
how a system works
by looking at a
schematic drawing.

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Understand how
friendliness, and respect beliefs affect how
a person feels
for feelings; assert
and acts; "listen"
oneself when
to and identify
appropriate; take an
irrational or
interest in what people
harmful beliefs
say and why they think you may have;
and act as they do.
and understand
how to change
Communicate thoughts these negative
and feelings to justify a beliefs when they
position; encourage or

convince others; make

positive use of rules or
values; demonstrate
ability to have others
believe in and trust you
because of your
competence and
Teamwork: Work
cooperatively with
others; contribute to
group with ideas and
effort; do own share of
work; encourage team
members; resolve
differences for the
benefit of the team;
responsibly challenge
existing procedures,
policies, or authorities.

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Step 2: Hollands Code Quiz

Using the link to the Holland Code, complete the quiz and paste the
screen shot of your results below.
A. Take the Holland Quiz
Complete the quiz online or on paper.
To Take the Online Quiz

Click this link or key the following link into your

Internet browser to take the quiz online

To Complete using a Paper Copy
Click this link to download the paper version or key the following link into your
Internet browser to download the paper copy

B. Screenshot your results.

After taking the quiz, do a screenshot of the results. Paste below:

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C. Review the example and interpret your results.

What is your highest area: __MANAGER__

What is your 3 letter Holland Code: _SEA

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D. Identify three potential careers

Clicking on the Job Title will take you to information about the median salary,
required education, and Job outlook. *Some do not have this information available.
Here is an example:

Capture three screenshots of three potential careers.

Screenshot Potential Career 1:

Screenshot Potential Career 2:

Screenshot Potential Career 3:

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Step 3: Capture Words that Describe You!

A. Visit Personality Typology to review the

description of your personality Type


Key or copy/paste a few words to describe your personality/you

from your visit to the link above:
Preferences for
activities and
Sees self as
Others see you as

Literary, musical or artistic activities

Creative expression of ideas, emotions, or sentiments

Analytical, intelligent, skeptical, and having academic
talent lacking interpersonal skills
Energetic, gregarious
Scientific, intellectual or abstruse topics

B. Visit Job Environments/Work Personality to find

out more about the job titles (with links to job
descriptions) and college programs (and links to
courses) at:

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1. Begin by clicking on your Job Environment/Work Personality.

2. Click on the job title to see links to the job description

3. Click on the RCC Program to see examples of courses and
degrees for this job.

If you get no results, key the job

title in the Search box. Click on the
hyperlink in the list of hits that
takes you to the Occupational
Outlook Handbook for your chosen

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Key at least 2-3 ideas for each of the following categories after your
exploration of the Holland Code Personality links:
I like to:



Draw, act, dance,

and listen to music.

Actor, drawing
choreographer, and

Acting, modeling,

College Campus
Activities: (you
may substitute
with school

C. Visit Environmental Typology to find out about

the work environment for the types of jobs within
your Personality type.

Review the categories for your Personality Type.
Key or copy/paste a few words to describe your personality/you
from your visit to the link above:
Demands and
rewards the display
Values or personal
styles allowed
Occupations or
other environments

Innovation or creative ability, emotionally expressive
interaction with others. Interpersonal competencies, skill
in mentoring, treating healing or teaching
Imagination in literary, artistic or musical
Acquisition of knowledge through scholarship or

Sample Occupations

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Creative work in music, writing, performance, sculpture
or unstructured intellectual endeavors

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Step 4: Create a Personality Map

A. Using at least 10 words from steps 1-3, create a mind map or word cloud of
your personality and interests.
B. Paste the image/screenshot below (suggested tools: Bubbl.us, Wordle.net,

Insert Personality Map:

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Step 5: Post to your online presence

What is the web address for your online presence where you posted your