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Odyssey #2 Agriscience & Natural Resources Pathway #0002
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Producer: IPTV - School to Careers Unit
Distributor: Iowa Public Television
Copyright Date: 2000
Physical Format: VHS
Length: 27:08
Audience: Intermediate,Secondary
Series: School to Careers Videos
Annotation: Do your students love outdoor field trips? If they're interested in science, animals or the environment this might be the career pathway for them. Host Melanie Hall takes students on a journey through the great outdoors of Iowa to look at careers in agriscience and natural resources. The careers of a zookeeper, an organic specialist and a park ranger are profiled. Career professionals featured in the Odyssey series are also listed individually on our website. Consult the STC website "career search" feature on the front page of www.careers.iptv.org to find the job title and feature number you'll need for ordering an individual career feature from your AEA.
Contains:
Topics: Career Exploration
Miscellaneous: Look for the School to Careers Odyssey Teacher's Guide online soon. You will be able to download it from our website.

For further information about the IPTV School to Careers project, contact the project coordinator at (800) 532-1290.

The School to Careers project is supported by funds from a USDE Star Schools grant.

 

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The School to Careers project is supported by funds from a USDE Star Schools grant.
Enhanced Careers made possible through a generous grant provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

The views presented on this site do not necessarily reflect those of Iowa Public Television; nor does IPTV endorse the businesses represented. Our mission is to make students aware of a variety of careers with as much objective information as possible.