Job Preparation

The Job Preparation Skills Facilitator Guide is a collection of step-by-step instructions for teaching 32 employment skills activities (815 minutes) to groups of youth and adults.

Looking for employment is hard work! It takes patience and perseverance. Competition is keen because every day hundreds of people with good skills are looking for employment. Some people think that getting a job only involves going into a place of business and filling out an application. Looking for employment involves much more. To gain an edge over the competition requires preparation. Part of this preparation includes:

  1. Having a positive attitude
  2. Analyzing your weaknesses
  3. Setting goals
  4. Identifying your interests
  5. Making sacrifices
  6. Identifying your strengths
  7. Brushing up on skills
  8. Soliciting a coach
  9. Preparing a resume
  10. Researching your occupation
Activity Titles
  1. A Prescription for Unemployment Blues
  2. When You Are Feeling Down
  3. Mixed Feelings
  4. Roller Coaster of Emotions
  5. Tightening Your Belt
  6. Feelings About Work
  7. Attitudes About Work
  8. Wear Out or Rust Out
  9. An Attitude of Success or Failure
  10. Work and School
  11. Choosing a Career
  12. Taking Control of Your Career
  13. Reading: A Basic Skill
  14. Like, Ya Know
  15. I’m Sorry
  16. I Wasn’t Listening
  17. Strengths and Weaknesses
  18. Analyzing Interests
  19. Likes and Dislikes
  20. Uniqueness
  21. My Skills
  22. Identifying Strengths
  23. Shooting Yourself in the Foot
  24. Blow Your Own Horn
  25. Money or Job Satisfaction
  26. A Look at Job Satisfaction
  27. You Couldn’t Pay Me to Do That!
  28. Sacrifices
  29. The Night Shift
  30. Shift Work
  31. Long Hours
  32. Are You Willing to Pay the Price?
  33. Fired!


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