Maine Career Exploration Workshop Materials

Transition Career Exploration Workshop

The Transition Career Exploration Workshop is a product of the Maine Department of Labor. We encourage partners to use the tools provided here, but request that the Maine Department of Labor, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation branding remain on all materials. Please contact your local Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) office with any questions.
Note: Sessions are estimated at 45 minutes which can vary depending on group size, skill level and needs of Participants.

Facilitator Information

Module 1: Introductions -- Parking Lot (1 session)

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Module 2: Icons, VR Discussion (1 session)

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Module 3: SODA / Career Decision Making (1 session)

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Module 4: Employment Readiness Scale review (1 session)

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Module 5: Learning Styles (2 sessions)

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Module 6: Strengths, Aptitudes, and World of Work Inventory Aptitude results (2 sessions)

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Module 7: Values and Satisfaction and WOWi Value Results (2 sessions)

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Module 8: Interest Exercises, WOWi Interest Results, Kingdomality Exercise (3 sessions)

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Module 9: Skills and Abilities (2 sessions)

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Module 10: Story Circle (2 sessions)

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Module 11: Disabilities (3 sessions)

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Module 12: Exploring Occupations (3 sessions)

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Module 13: Informational Interviewing (3 sessions)

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Module 14: Job Shadowing and Networking (3 sessions)

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Module 15: Employer Expectations (1 session)

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Module 16: Deciding and Develop an Employment Plan (2 sessions)

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Module 17: Job Search (2 sessions)

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Module 18: Conclusion: Wrap Up and Evaluation (1 session)

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