Marine Biologist By: Chloe TSang

Job Description: Marine Biologist study the origins, behavior, diseases, genetics, and life processes of animals and wildlife.

Length of Education Needed: 7 years and if you want a PHD you need 6 more years to get it.

Licenses Needed: You should have a masters degree or bachelors degree.

Qualities Needed to be Successful in this Career: You should be good with animals, pay attention to the small details, have good cooperation, good thinking analysis.

Skills Needed to be Successful in this Career: You should be able to listen to others, not interrupting and asking questions, use scientific rules and strategies to solve problems,to notice a problem and figuring out the best way to solve it and figuring the pros and cons of the problem and having the best way to solve it.

My Long Term Goal for this Whole Project: I will become a Marine Biologist after I get my master's or bachelor's degree in collage by studying hard.

5 SMART Goals for my Career: 1. I will learn to work with animals before I graduate High School by volunteering at aquariums, pet shops, or animal clinics.

2. I will go to good schools to learn as much about becoming a marine biologist before I start college.

3. I will visit zoo's or aquarium's to learn and to observe the animals at least three times a year.

4. I will get into a college when i'm about 19 years old so that I can graduate college by the age of 25 with either a bachelor's or master's degree.

5. I will graduate college with a bachelor's or master's degree.


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