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Gregory, Low Voltage Contractor: Overview
Gregory, Low Voltage Contractor: What you do
Gregory, Low Voltage Contractor: Typical Day
Gregory, Low Voltage Contractor: Education and Training
Contractors build and improve on the structures that we work and live in. Most contractors are actually subcontractors who contract to do a certain portion of the project for a general (or prime) contractor. Although not every building team will include an A/V (or Low Voltage) contractor, the likely hood is becoming much more common. With electronics and computers becoming an integral part of our daily lives, you are bound to notice these appliances every where you go... including home. Imagine all the pieces that it takes to make this technology seamless. That is where the A/V contractor shines. 12v or Low Voltage Contractor may be licensed to install, service or repair:
I love movies and I was also a singer in a few bands. We put the two things together a few years ago with surround sound in the homes. You know I was in heaven. Gregory
At some point in time I knew I would have my own business. Gregory
Augusto Herrera, Graphic Designer/Photographer: Overview
Augusto Herrera, Graphic Designer/Photographer: What do you do, Typical Day, Education and Training
Graphic designers are master communicators. By using images, typography, color, and creativity, they evoke emotion, relevance and understanding to convey a key message. Many of the most successful graphic designers are self-employed.
Graphic design is best understood by looking around yourself at the designs included in:
Business Collateral - logos, images, advertising, graphics, video, typography, packaging, signage, etc. Publications - magazines, newspapers, books Website elements
Graphic designers are talented and imaginative individuals who bring their knowledge of composition, color, typography, communications and marketing together to meet the needs of commercial clients and employers. Staying in tune with the trends in the world around them help them to create the visual products that surround us.
Public Domain in USA
If you don't feel passionate about history or about math right now, that's not the trick. The trick is that you've got to learn how to pursue what you like by disciplining yourself to get through the things we don't [feel passionate about]. Augusto Herrera
My first art teacher told me on the first day of class... A laborer is someone who works with their hands. A craftsman is someone who works with their hands and their head. An artist is someone who works with their hands, their head, and their heart. Augusto Herrera
Helpful Football Analogy - Everyone has a different job. The quarterback can't be great unless he has someone to catch the ball, and the receiver can't be great unless he's got a quarterback to give it to him. But in every play, one of the two sides will always succeed and [one will] fail, and that's the trick again is how not to quit. And sometimes things happen, and your quarterback gets sacked... you loose 15 yards, but that doesn't mean you are going to loose the game. Augusto Herrera
Kristina, Retail Florist: Overview
Kristina, Retail Florist: What you do
Kristina, Retail Florist: Typical Day
Kristina, Retail Florist: Education and Training
Being there to help people honor the significant moments in life is the call of a florist. They are there to help celebrate births, graduations, anniversaries, proms, deaths, and weddings. Originally confined to flower bouquets alone, today's florist branch out beyond the botanical to include all sorts of meaningful objects. In the southwest, you might find a florist delivering water, golf clubs, or even a saddle. Limited only by the imagination of the sender, florists can quickly implement a very special gift idea. There are many types of vocations within floriculture, including but not limited to: Retail Florist Floral Wholesaler Commercial Grower Importer Materials Supplier Researcher Floriculture Educator
If you don't want to go to school, go into a flower shop and learn. Kristina
The first time somebody learns to design and they make something, and they put it in the cooler, and then the customer comes and chooses their design. They are just beaming. They are so happy that something they made, they created, somebody chose. Kristina
Angela Williams, Aesthetitican: Overview
Angela Williams, Aesthetitican: What you do
Angela Williams, Aesthetitican: Typical Day
Angela Williams, Aesthetitican: Education and Training
An aesthetician or esthetician, regardless of how you spell it, is about providing skin care services and helping people to look the way they want to look and feel the way they want to feel. Once licensed by their state an aesthetician can work in a very diverse range of settings and provide a wide selection of services. Most might initially think of a facial at a luxury resort. But aestheticians also help clients in doctors' offices, beauty salons, and even patient bedsides in hospitals and extended care situations. In addition to facials, their work includes an assortment of procedures like microdermabrasion, waxing, and laser treatments.
Aestheticians are skin care specialists who studied at cosmetology school where they learn to maintain and improve a healthy epidermis (outer layer of the skin).
Honestly, it's all about the services to me. Angela Williams, Aesthetician
Working on a person's body is not just light. You have to take it seriously because you don't want to injure a person. Angela Williams, Aesthetician
It doesn't really feel like work. Angela Williams, Aesthetician
Nancy Christy-Moore, Fine Artist/Painter: Overview
Nancy Christy-Moore, Fine Artist/Painter: What do you do?
Nancy Christy-Moore, Fine Artist/Painter: Typical Day
Nancy Christy-Moore, Fine Artist/Painter: Education and Training
Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators, create original works of art typically for their aesthetic value, rather than for a functional one. Artists create objects that are beautiful, thought-provoking, and sometimes shocking. They often strive to communicate ideas or feelings through their art.
Fine artists typically display their work in museums, commercial or non-profit art galleries, corporate collections, on the Internet, and in private homes. Some of their artwork may be commissioned (requested by a client), but most is sold by the artist or through private art galleries or dealers. The gallery and the artist decide in advance how much of the sale proceeds each will keep. Frequently the split is 50/50.
Most of a fine artists time is spent marketing and selling their artwork to potential customers and building a reputation. However, only the most successful artists are able to support themselves solely through the sale of their works. Many artists have at least one other job to support their careers.
Some artists work in museums or art galleries as art directors or as archivists, curators, or museum workers, planning and setting up exhibits. Others teach craft or art classes or conduct workshops in schools or in their own studios.
Often a fine artists specializes in one but sometimes more types of art.
Fine art painters paint landscapes, portraits, and other subjects in a variety of styles, ranging from realistic to abstract. They may use one or more media, such as watercolors, oil paints, or acrylics.
Do what you love. Because even if it doesn't make a whole lot of money, you're going to do a lot more with it. You're going to get a lot more inner satisfaction out of it, because it is what you were meant to do. Do what you love. Nancy Christy-Moore
Francis Battaglia, Owner/Operator: Overview
Francis Battaglia, Owner/Operator: What you do
Francis Battaglia, Owner/Operator: Typical Day
Francis Battaglia, Owner/Operator: Education and Training
Francis Battaglia, Owner/Operator: Studio Tour
Radio broadcasting to a wide or "broad" audience started roughly 100 years ago. Over those years the industry has grown and developed into a extensive array of forms and programming formats. It takes many people with a multitude of vocations to successfully transmit and operate a radio station.There are many ways to be involved in the broadcast radio industry, including but not limited to the owner, general manager, production staff, marketing staff, and content talent.
With 30 plus years in the broadcast talk radio business, Francis Battaglia describes the industry, the careers, and some of the differences between independent and corporate businesses.
Interning at a broadcast or media outlet when you're going through your education would help with [and] help enhance your education or future career or job prospects. Many internees end up working for the company or station they interned for. Francis Battaglia
Even though we are a four profit business we are a public service, where we're providing information to the community that's hopefully entertaining, educational, informative, and that we're making a difference. Francis Battaglia
Dr. Beth Onufrak, Clinical Child Psychologist: Overview
Dr. Beth Onufrak, Clinical Child Psychologist: What do you do?
Dr. Beth Onufrak, Clinical Child Psychologist: Typical Day
Dr. Beth Onufrak, Clinical Child Psychologist: Education and Training
A psychologist evaluates, diagnoses, treats, and studies behavior and mental processes. Some psychologists, such as clinical and counseling psychologists, provide mental health care, and some psychologists, such as social or organizational psychologists conduct research and provide consultation services. as defined by Wikipedia
The vast majority of the time children are expressing their emotions in behaviors that can be disruptive and I feel like it's my job to be an interpreter of those behaviors and help folks decode that behavior. What does it really mean. Dr. Beth Onufrak
Transference* - The process by which emotions and desires originally associated with one person, such as a parent or sibling, are unconsciously shifted to another person, especially to a psychotherapist or psychoanalyst during a course of treatment.
Countertransference* - Psychological transference by a psychotherapist in reaction to the emotions, experiences, or problems of a patient undergoing treatment.
Play Therapy - A form of psychotherapy used with children to help them express or act out their experiences, feelings, and problems by playing with dolls, toys, and other play material, under the guidance or observation of a therapist.
* The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition copyright ©2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
Dr. Joyce C. Mills, Psychotherapist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S), and Adjunct Faculty Member: Overview
Dr. Joyce C. Mills, Psychotherapist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S), and Adjunct Faculty Member: What do you do, Typical Day, and Education and Training
A psychotherapist helps people improve their mental health by better understanding their moods, feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and how to better respond to life's challenges. The purpose of psychotherapy is to achieve better problem solving, higher functioning levels, and most importantly an increased feeling of the client's own well-being.
Psychotherapy most often utilizes spoken conversation, art, music, role playing, and story telling to explore the healing pathway.
A Marriage and Family Therapist focuses on families, systems including organizational systems, and communities by nurturing positive change and development in the interaction between members.
The Association for Play Therapy simplifies the definition of play therapy as a way of being with the child that honors their unique developmental level and looks for ways of helping in the language of the child, play.
Dr. David Hoffman, Orthodontist: Overview
Dr. David Hoffman, Orthodontist: What you do
Dr. David Hoffman, Orthodontist: Typical Day
Dr. David Hoffman, Orthodontist: Education and Training
Dr. Byron Diehl, Orthodontist: Overview
Orthodontics, formally Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, is the first specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the study and treatment of malocclusions (improper bites), which may be a result of tooth irregularity, disproportionate jaw relationships, or both. Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacement only, or can deal with the control and modification of facial growth. as defined by Wikipedia
Make sure you love dentistry because you must complete dental school first and many do not make it into orthodontic residency. Dr. David Hoffman, Orthodontist
Orthodontists are people people. They are excited to have a positive impact on someone's life. Pam Paladin with American Association of Orthodontists
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