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Transportation, Distribution & Logistics [electronic resource]

So much of life really comes down to moving things. So it's no surprise how many different career paths the Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster offers. In this program, people who work in various occupations within the Cluster discuss their jobs, as well as the education and training they needed to acquire them. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Law, Public Safety & Security [electronic resource]

To serve and protect-whether as a paralegal, EMT, police officer, or in a host of other roles-that's what the challenging occupations in this Cluster mean. This program profiles a number of men and women who work in these fields, highlighting how they got started in terms of training and education. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Manufacturing [electronic resource]

From choosing raw materials to designing assembly processes to inspecting the final product, the Manufacturing Cluster is the place where things get made. This program goes inside the diverse world of manufacturing by presenting the career profiles of a number of people who hold different jobs there. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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The Arts, Audio Visual Technology & Communications [electronic resource]

Here's a place where your students can turn their creativity into a career. This program looks at opportunities to design, produce, exhibit, perform, write, or publish in a variety of media, including theater, film, textiles, newspapers, radio, and television. Real-world insights into this cluster are provided through interviews with a cable TV broadcast engineer, newspaper reporter, professional actor, commercial artist, and a TV director/producer. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Hospitality & Tourism [electronic resource]

The hospitality and tourism cluster is all about providing food, lodging, and entertainment to people when they're away from home. This program provides an inside track on what the work is like by talking to a travel agent, hotel manager, baker, and waitress. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Architecture & Construction [electronic resource]

With over 13 million jobs in the U.S. alone, the Architecture & Construction Career Cluster is simply huge. This program offers a sense of how wide-ranging the opportunities can be by looking at the educational and training requirements, as well as the actual work of an architect, plumber, electrician, and construction and building inspector. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Human Services [electronic resource]

Because it's all about interacting with and helping other people, the Human Services Cluster is also where some of the most personally rewarding careers can be found. This program shows what Human Services has to offer by spotlighting several diverse jobs in the field. A preschool teacher, clinical psychologist, social worker, and cosmetologist discuss what they love about their jobs and what they did to get started. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004
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Education & Training [electronic resource]

Careers in education are not only rewarding for those who pursue them but vital to society as a whole-without educators and teachers, there would be no doctors, plumbers, lawyers, or electricians. This video presents four distinct occupations in the field: elementary teachers, teacher's aides, administrators, and librarians. People working in these jobs discuss their responsibilities and what each position requires in terms of training and academic credentials.
Online
2005; 2002
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Health Services [electronic resource]

Aside from doctors and dentists, there is a wide range of health service occupations, from paramedics on the "front lines" of accidents and illness to therapists assisting a patient's full recovery. This program looks at the required training, qualifications, and licensing for emergency medical technicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, and dental hygienists. The video also points out the differences between a dietetic technician and a dietician as well as a licensed practical nurse and a registered practical nurse. Health care professionals in all these positions talk about the rewards of their chosen careers.
Online
2005; 2002
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Information Technology Services [electronic resource]

It has been called the information age, and there is no doubt that for the foreseeable future those who know how to work with computers will be in great demand in the job market. In this video, people employed in the field as computer engineers, computer programmers, systems analysts, and database administrators discuss the skills and educational background needed for their careers.
Online
2005; 2002
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Scientific, Engineering & Technical Services [electronic resource]

Whether it is a computer screen or an airplane engine or a bridge, someone has to decide how big it will be and how it will work. The men and women in the scientific, engineering, and technical services field create the designs and draw up the plans that determine how things will be built. This program will offer insights into the jobs of a civil engineer, an electronics technician, a hazardous waste technician, and a water and liquid waste treatment plant and systems operator.
Online
2005; 2002
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Marketing, Sales & Service [electronic resource]

There will always be a place in America's consumer-centric culture for energetic go-getters in the areas of marketing, sales, and service. This program, set in a marketing agency environment, introduces students to an account director/senior associate, an account director/partner, an associate creative director, and a managing partner. Background information on the field in general-and the education needed to really excel-is included. Also, the ability to build and maintain strong client relationships is stressed.
Online
2007
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Government & Public Administration [electronic resource]

Dedicated public servants in the spheres of government and public administration are the backbone of America-and most of them don't live anywhere near Capitol Hill. In this program, a city manager, a community relations manager, a police officer, and a park ranger/director of parks, recreation, and forestry answer a barrage of questions designed to help your students understand the ins and outs of these occupations as they learn what it's like to live "a day in the life.
Online
2007
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Business, Management & Administration [electronic resource]

When it's time to get down to the business of business, introduce your students to some people who make their living at it. This program profiles a corporate accounting assistant, an administrative assistant, an account director, and a principal at a commercial real estate services firm. Together they cover a lot of ground as they discuss the challenges and rewards of their work, providing information on necessary skills, educational credentials, and personal qualities.
Online
2007
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Finance [electronic resource]

Money, they say, makes the world go around. But who keeps all those daily transactions moving, and how do they do it? Let a group of finance pros do the explaining with this program on the Finance Career Cluster! As your students watch, they'll discover that wealth management specialists, accountants, bank managers, and stockbrokers are all linked by one common thread: the management of assets. Lifelong learning is stressed as these finance professionals share their knowledge about their areas of expertise.
Online
2007
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Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources [electronic resource]

If providing food and making the world a little greener sound like appealing goals, this fact-filled program will point out and explore many of the appropriate occupations by talking with men and women who work in the Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Cluster. Correlates to the National Standards for Life Work.
Online
2005; 2004