Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Middle School InfoGuide Planning for Your Future – Item 676 Copyrighted Material 2016 Edition Info About You To choose a career that’s going to be right for you, think about your interests, talents, and abilities. These questions will help you get started. 1. What courses do you like most? _______________ __________________________________________ 2. What activities or hobbies do you enjoy? _______ __________________________________________ 3. What talents or skills do you have? ____________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4. Do you want a career that requires 1 year (or less) of education after high school 2 to 4 years of additional education 5. Which do you like working with the most? 1) people (working with and helping people) 2) things (activities using objects or tools) 3) information (desk-type activities) 6. What is important to you in a career (e.g., money, working outside, helping people)? ____________ __________________________________________ Look over your responses, and think about the kinds of careers that might be right for you. For additional help in planning your future, go to WOODBURN PRESS ©Copyright Woodburn Press LLC all rights reserved This digital publication was presented by: