Who Am I? Jack Conger

Table of Contents

  1. Title
  2. Table of Contents
  3. Strengths
  4. Weakness
  5. Plans
  6. Goals
  7. Interest Profiler
  8. IDEAS
  9. Workplace Importance Locator
  10. Career Cluster
  11. Careers the interest me
  12. Schooling
  13. Companies
Who did I think I was before this class?
My Strengths

My strengths are as followed:

  • Compassionate Listener
  • Quick Learner
  • Can follow orders to the dot
  • Very reliable
  • Knows how to use the resources around me
My Weaknesses
  • Perfectionist
  • A little too compassionate
  • Can't trample over innocent people to scum them
  • Rely on positive environment to work harder
Plans/ Goals
  • Get Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
  • Get a job and start earning funds to move
  • Move to either Boise, Portland, or Seattle
  • Get a Job at my new city
  • Live my Life the way I see fit
Analyzing my CIS Results
Interest Profiler

Based on my Interest Profiler, I would like the conventional office job, working in a cubicle. I would agree, but I would rather have an open plan office, where I could see everyone and feel like I was working with the team, which is where the Enterprising comes in. According to this score, I would be fit with managing my own job, computer company preferably, and making sure all the gears in the company fit together to keep the clock going.


Based on the graph above, I have a high sense of conventional, enterprising, and investigation. This agrees with the Interest Profiler, but this adds to what the Interest Profiler was saying. According to IDEAS, I would love office work in either math or science field, like the other one stated, but it also says I like the culinary field as well. That's going to be my hobby, at home Chef Ramsey.

Workplace Importance Locator

Using the Workplace Importance Locator, I found out that I like to see achievement, so take pride in my work, and be recognized for what I do. This is why I really like being a programmer, since I can take pride in what I create with my code, and be recognized for the work I did, since I could just put it in the code itself.

Career Cluster

Based on the Career Cluster, I would like to have a job in either Finances, Information Technology, or Government and Public Administration. This is great, since I decided to go in Information Technology, by getting a computer Science degree.

Career that Interests Me

The Career that really interest my are:

  • Computer Programmer
Education Required

Education required for Computer Programmer:

  • High School Diploma
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
  • Certificates in the language you want to program in
  • Many places will also give on the job training, as well

My schooling will in include:

  • Finishing High School at Columbia High School
  • Attend Steven's Henager for a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science
  • While in Steven's henager, get as many certificates as I can, while the school pays for them
  • Always learn the "new ways" of programming. My schooling never stops in this field.

Companies I can apply for in this field:

  • CyberCoders (Boise, ID)
  • Sirius Computer Solutions (Meridian, ID)
  • Intel (Idaho Falls, ID)
  • Oracle (Boise, ID)
  • Deliotte (Boise, ID)
  • Boise State University (Boise, ID)

All of these were recent jobs openings that I could apply for.


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