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My Future Plan

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BC: She Lived Happily Ever After

FC: My Future Plan

1: We all have dreams....

2: I plan to improve | 1. I will over achieve as much as i can.. 2.. try to really work on my grammer. 3.Do alot of community service.

3: My 4th 9 weeks goal is to achieve the most! Earn an A and get 450.

4: My Traits! | Loving Caring Friendly Creative Sweet Organized Thoughtful Helpful Smart Outgoing Christian Observant "Dingy" Positive sometimes Negative Beautiful Original

5: Personality Traits! | Talkative Loud goofy sweet Outgoing Creative Happy A lot of School Spirit!

6: My Interests | Dance Drama Writing Reading Children A Child's Development Cures for Diseases Helping People Human Emotions Law

7: Modeling Photography Photo Editing Disney Princesses Sporting Events Competitions

8: Careers! | Psychologist Photographer Model Dancer Choreographer Kentucky Dance Team Disney Princess

9: Psychologist | four-year college or university earning bachelors degrees. | completion of a graduate program is required. | The PsyD is a doctoral degree earned in clinical psychology | Sports psychologists' jobs may vary on a daily basis, depending on clients' needs. Working as a professional sports psychologist you may encounter the following job duties: Counseling athletes Motivating clients to continue exercise and physical activity Researching individual and group sports and exercise experiences Volunteering or working as a sports coach in order to best understand the athletes' experiences and environment

10: The BLS reports that the median annual salary for psychologists in 2009 was $86,540. The top-paying industries for psychology professionals in 2009 included: Physician offices: $109,550 annual mean wage Educational support services: $91,980 annual mean wage Scientific research and developmental services: $91,260 annual mean wage Individual and family services: $90,690 annual mean wage General medical hospitals: $89,450 annual mean wage | Salinas, California: $166,700 | Salary

12: Photography | Photographers must take courses in digital photography, photo editing and film processing. They must understand the principles of photography and how to operate different types of cameras, photo equipment and editing software including Adobe Photo shop. Wide Variety of Availability.

13: Depends on what type of photographer you want to be, a portrait photographer can make between $26,000 to $53,000, maybe higher, a wedding photographer can make money depending on on how much events they get hired for, sometimes they get paid over $1,000 for a single event.

14: Model | Modeling jobs often do not require formal education. | Some provide specific training in modeling, movement, fashion and business. | Specific coursework may include studies in exercise and nutrition, skin and hair care, interviewing techniques, professional portfolio development, personal image development and television commercial acting. Courses in poise and posture, color analysis, showmanship, makeup techniques, formal fashion show techniques and voice projection are also offered at modeling schools.

15: Rate ranges follow: Runway models in major markets typically earn $250 per hour, states Independent Models, but in NYC, top models can earn up to $10,000 per show, or higher. | Modeling clothing for fashion publications -- pays a relatively low $200 per day according to Independent Modeling. | Company contracts can pay from $300,000 to $2 million | $300 to $500 per hour and $1,000 to $10,000 per day as a parts model. | Lingerie editorial would be billed at $400 per day, while the catalog day rate is from $2,400 to $7,000 or more.

16: Dancer | You may decide to enroll in a dance academy. you may obtain a bachelor's degree in performing arts with a major in dance. Educational prerequisites vary according to the type of dance you want to perform; however, most professional dancers begin training at a young age. Typically girls begin to train between the ages of 5-8 and boys between the ages of 10-15. During training, you may spend upwards of eight hours a day in class and rehearsal. You'll probably have your first professional audition by the age of 17 or 18. Dancers face intense competition. A limited number of positions are available, and only the most talented find jobs.People with 1-4 years of professional experience earned $22.327-$46,934 a year

18: Choreographer | choreographers are trained dancers. | Choreographers in the highest ten percent of the field earned over $71,180, while the bottom ten percent earned less than $18,570. The BLS reported that choreographers working with performing arts companies earned a mean wage of $46,820. | a college degree is not required to work as a dancer or choreographer, those interested in this art can pursue a bachelor's degree program in dance to learn about dance styles, dance theory and composition. Master's programs in choreography also are available. These 2-year programs focus on the history of choreography, as well as creating original dances and working with performers. In addition to coursework and performance opportunities, students may have to complete a thesis involving artistic perspective and theories of choreography.

20: A Member of the University of Kentucky Dance Team | You must go to school there. Obviously a high school diploma. No salary. I want to experience the opportunity to be close with girls who love what i love. Be a part of a family and compete with such an amazing dance team.

22: Disney Princess | A High school Diploma. A loving heart Kind Bubbly Friendly Must always wear a smile Manners Etiquette of a princess Don't forget to dance a little.

24: Salinas,California | My Future Home:

25: $1,225 - $1,325 1 bed $1,400 - $1,500 2 beds $1,730 - $1,750 3 beds | Rent : | Palm Court

26: My Car: | Price: $6,995 | Used

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