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Name

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Jenna Lowney

Life Calling Map

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“You are called to be ‘you’: the unique, gifted, capable person who was designed by God
and created to fulfill a divinely appointed purpose with your life.” Live Your Calling, p. 12

Transferable Skills (See LYC, pp. 35-47)
These are 8-10 prioritized skills (with the skill cluster
abbreviations) that I would enjoy using in a work setting.
Example: Teach / Train / Speak (H)

Teach/Train/Speak (H)
Illustrate/Portray Images(CR)
Make Artistic Handcrafts (CR)
Write(CR)

These are my top General Occupational Themes with the
Theme code letters. (SII, p. 3 or from Occupational Scales, if
different)

Social (S)
Artistic (A)
The Basic Interest Scales I scored highest on (with the
Theme Code letters) are (SII, p. 4). Example: Athletics (R)

Teaching and Helping (S)
Athletics (R)

Encourage/Motivate(H)
Mentor/Coach(H)

Writing and Mass Communication (A)
Counseling and Helping (S)

Listen(H)

Visual Arts and Design (A)

Design/Create(CR)
Host/Offer Hospitality(H)
Advise/Counsel(H)

The Occupational Scales (with their Theme Code letters)
on which I scored 30 or more that interest me (SII, pp. 6-8).
Example: Physical Therapist (SIR)

Skill Cluster Categories (LYC, pp. 40-42)

Speech Pathologist (SA)

These 2-3 skill cluster categories (with the skill cluster
abbreviations) are most descriptive of my areas of interest
in a work setting.

Community Service Director (SE)
Photographer (ARE)

Helping (H)

Elementary School Teacher (S)

Creative (CR)

Special Education Teacher (S)
Middle School Teacher (S)

Core Work Values (LYC, pp. 48-51)
These prioritized values are most important to me in work.
Example: Achievement / Excellence

Librarian (A)
Mental Health Counselor (S)
Paralegal (CE)

Help Others

Reporter (A)
Achievement/Excellence
Teamwork
Competition
Friendship
Strong Interest Inventory®
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Personality Type
My four-letter personality type is:

Exraversional
Intuition
Feeling
Perceiving
Name:
These are key things I need in a career for it to be
satisfying. (See your 2-page profile description and LYC, pp. 63-75)
Example: Opportunity to be in charge of something

Look for patterns and meaning in the world
Deep need to analyze to and understand
nature of things
Very energetic and enthusiastic lead
spontaneous lives
Use logic and analysis
engage their inventive and analytical minds

These are key personal skills (traits, characteristics) of my
personality type that describe me. (See your profile description
and LYC, pp. 63-75) Example: Organized and responsible

Flexible/Easy to work with
Understanding
Creative
Relaxed
Free spirited
Preferred Roles (LYC, pp. 52-57)

Jenna Lowney

Compelling Interests (LYC, pp. 76-82)
These are the 3-5 interests (main categories with subcategories) I would enjoy using within work settings.
Example: Social issues (adoption, foster care)

Education and teaching- Learning stylesspecial education
Art- photography
Communication- Journalism
Crafts and hobbies- Scrapbooking
Books and literature- Classics

Spiritual Gifts (LYC, 83-92) (If applicable)
I do have these spiritual gifts:

Teaching
Helping/Service
Giving
The spiritual gifts I would like to explore further are:

The roles I would most prefer within work settings are:

Caretaker
Supporter/helper
Mentor/coach

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Leadership
Wisdom
Administration
Faith
Encouragement

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