Career cluster Top 3 Careers
By: Storm Graham *=favorite career
*Hospitality and Tourism
My favorite one from CFNC.org, is Hospitality and tourism and my view on that is that this career is about Managing, marketing and operating restaurants and other food services, lodgings, attractions, recreation events and travel-related services. The career path i like most in this path is Night Club owner. When people think about owning their own nightclub or bar, what often comes to mind is beautiful people in beautiful surroundings. To me i think The atmosphere may be glamorous, but I don't expect that life will be a party if I decide to tackle this type of self-employment opportunity. All the licenses i need and etc. are Location: Once I find a location, I have to sign a lease. Remodeling and air conditioning, water and sewer: I have to have a building permit. Business license: If the business is going to be in a multipurpose facility, I might have to go through a zoning board. Occupancy permit: These are usually connected with the fire and safety department. Dance permit: Some municipalities require this type of license if I sell liquor and have a dance floor. Prospective nightclub managers often work their way up into their positions, starting out as bartenders, servers or hosts. While performing these jobs, it is helpful to learn about related facets of club operations. A job at a bar or club can also prepare an individual for working the late nights, weekends and long hours often required in the field. Prospective nightclub managers often work their way up into their positions, starting out as bartenders, servers or hosts. While performing these jobs, it is helpful to learn about related facets of club operations. A job at a bar or club can also prepare an individual for working the late nights, weekends and long hours often required in the field.
When i think of information technology and what i have read about it is about Designing, developing, supporting and managing hardware, software, multimedia and system integration services. My favorite opportunity in this career is Japanese anime artist in the USA, because Akira, Pokemon, Astro Boy, Sailor Moon. No matter what your age, chances are you've seen Japanese animation. And if the current Pokemon craze is any indication, the North American market is very receptive to the traditional Japanese drawing style. Coursework in animation focuses on both the development of traditional artistic skills and technological know-how. Early coursework includes drawing, shading, lighting, composition and color theory. Physics and anatomy courses are also included to give students a proper understanding of form and function for characters. Later coursework delves into the use of computer programs to bring the animations to life. Some colleges in Japan, such as Toho Gakuen, provide coursework that is specific to the creation of the anime style. Animators use specific computer programs to bring their creations to life. Degree programs teach students how to use this software, including industry standards like Adobe Flash, After Effects and Final Cut Pro. Training in 3D animation software like Maya or Zbrush may also be provided. Even if most anime programs rely on hand-drawn animation, the industry as a whole may be moving toward a 3D standard, and this training is important for future career advancement.
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
this is my last career choice of my 3. This career is about Planning, managing and moving people, materials and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water, including related professional and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance. the career path i chose in this career is Custom Motorcycle Builder. You know you have seen them hurtling down the highway -- ultra-fast motorcycles with insect-eye headlights and flashy colors. You've also seen the big cruising bikes growling monsters decorated with flaming skulls. But have you ever wondered who makes these machines so fast, so loud and so colorful? The answer is custom motorcycle builders. Most motorcycles are mass-produced in factories and are sold to buyers as "stock." That means that hundreds of bikes can look exactly the same and perform the same way.