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CIS Jeopardy

CIS Jeopardy

CIS Jeopardy Topic 1 Occupations Topic 2 Programs of Study Topic 3 Schools Topic

CIS Jeopardy Topic 1 Occupations Topic 2 Programs of Study Topic 3 Schools Topic 4 Paying for School Topic 5 Scholarships 200 200 200 400 400 400 600 600 600 800 800 800 1000 1000 Bonus Question: 5000 pts © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 1: 200 Question: What “Perceive and Visualize” skills do Technical Writers need to

Topic 1: 200 Question: What “Perceive and Visualize” skills do Technical Writers need to have? Answer: “Imagine how something will look if it is moved around or its parts are rearranged. ” © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 1: 400 Question: What cluster is “Riggers” in? Answer: Architecture and Construction ©

Topic 1: 400 Question: What cluster is “Riggers” in? Answer: Architecture and Construction © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 1: 600 Question: What should you keep in mind when choosing an occupation?

Topic 1: 600 Question: What should you keep in mind when choosing an occupation? Answer: There are several questions you should ask yourself when you are choosing an occupation: What are my interests? What are my goals? How many years do I want to spend in school? Etc. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 1: 800 Question: What helpful subjects should you take if you want to

Topic 1: 800 Question: What helpful subjects should you take if you want to work as an Announcer? Answer: • • • Chorus Creative Writing Drama Journalism Public Speaking © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 1: 1000 Question: Who earns more, an Aerospace Engineer or an Environmental Engineer?

Topic 1: 1000 Question: Who earns more, an Aerospace Engineer or an Environmental Engineer? What’s the difference in their wages? Answer: Aerospace Engineers earn $24, 760/year more than Environmental Engineers in a recent year. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 2: 200 Question: In what states are you most likely to find a

Topic 2: 200 Question: In what states are you most likely to find a program of study in Wood Science and Paper Technology? Answer: Most tree farms and forests are in Minnesota, the Pacific Northwest, New England, Northern California, Georgia, and Wisconsin. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 2: 400 Question: If you wanted to become a Weaver, what program of

Topic 2: 400 Question: If you wanted to become a Weaver, what program of study should you look at? Answer: Fiber, Textile, and Weaving Arts © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 2: 600 Question: Holocaust and Genocide Studies is in what CIS Program of

Topic 2: 600 Question: Holocaust and Genocide Studies is in what CIS Program of Study Cluster? Answer: Social Sciences © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 2: 800 Question: What is a program of study, according to CIS? Answer:

Topic 2: 800 Question: What is a program of study, according to CIS? Answer: A program of study is a group of courses leading to a diploma, certificate, or college degree. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 2: 1000 Question: What is the new name for the Federal Tax Credit

Topic 2: 1000 Question: What is the new name for the Federal Tax Credit for college students that used to be called the “Hope Credit”? Answer: American Opportunity Tax Credit. You will need to fill out IRS form 8863 to receive the credit. Up to a $2, 500 tax credt per student. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 3: 200 Question: According to CIS, what are three types of schools you

Topic 3: 200 Question: According to CIS, what are three types of schools you can attend after high school? Answer: 1. Career and Technical Schools 2. Two-Year and Community Colleges 3. Four-Year Colleges and Universities © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 3: 400 Question: How can you compare three schools in CIS? Answer: Select

Topic 3: 400 Question: How can you compare three schools in CIS? Answer: Select the type of schools – state or US Colleges and Universities, then click the compare tab and select the three schools. Click Compare and look at the topics of interest. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 3: 600 Question: What level of degree(s) can you earn at Bob Jones

Topic 3: 600 Question: What level of degree(s) can you earn at Bob Jones University if you want to study Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology? Answer: Bachelor’s © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 3: 800 Question: What is the source of the US Colleges & Universities

Topic 3: 800 Question: What is the source of the US Colleges & Universities information? Answer: The majority of the data for the undergraduate and graduate school information comes from Peterson’s. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 3: 1000 Question: Who should you contact for assistance with financial aid at

Topic 3: 1000 Question: Who should you contact for assistance with financial aid at the University of the Virgin Islands? Answer: Mavis Gilchrist, Director of Financial Aid [email protected] edu; 340. 692. 4186 © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 4: 200 Question: What are PLUS Loans? Answer: The Parent Loan for Undergraduate

Topic 4: 200 Question: What are PLUS Loans? Answer: The Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) is offered to parents of students who need to borrow more money than the unsubsidized Direct Loans allows. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 4: 400 Question: Regardless of the school you select for postsecondary studies, about

Topic 4: 400 Question: Regardless of the school you select for postsecondary studies, about how much should you expect to spend on personal expenses? Answer: $1, 000 © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 4: 600 Question: What are Section 529 Savings Plans? Answer: Similar to mutual

Topic 4: 600 Question: What are Section 529 Savings Plans? Answer: Similar to mutual funds, Section 529 College Savings Plans are administered by state governments rather than private companies. Some are exempt from state taxes, but all are exempt from federal taxes. Each college savings plan has its own set of rules and restrictions, which are subject to change. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 4: 800 Question: Most students are considered “dependent” until what age, and what

Topic 4: 800 Question: Most students are considered “dependent” until what age, and what are some exceptions to this rule? Answer: • • Age 24 Exceptions: Married, have a child, lost both parents since age 13, emancipated minor, etc © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 4: 1000 Question: How much money will you earn per year to pay

Topic 4: 1000 Question: How much money will you earn per year to pay for college or to repay college loans working in Teach for America? Answer: You earn up to $5, 730 per year towards college or to repay student loans. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 5: 200 Question: What does the “Stuck at Prom” scholarship require and who

Topic 5: 200 Question: What does the “Stuck at Prom” scholarship require and who do you contact to learn more? Answer: Applicant must enter the Stuck at Prom contest. Contact Michelle Heffner at Henkel Consumer Adhesives for more information. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 5: 400 Question: What are two key qualifiers for the Virchow, Krause and

Topic 5: 400 Question: What are two key qualifiers for the Virchow, Krause and Company Scholarship? Answer: 1. Enrolled either full- or part-time in an accredited college or university of Wisconsin. 2. Major in accounting. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 5: 600 Question: What is the deadline for the AMBUCS Scholarship? Answer: April

Topic 5: 600 Question: What is the deadline for the AMBUCS Scholarship? Answer: April 15 th © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 5: 800 Question: If you think you should be eligible for a scholarship

Topic 5: 800 Question: If you think you should be eligible for a scholarship because you are an achieving “free spirit, ” what scholarship should you seek? Answer: The Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Topic 5: 1000 Question: If you have a narrative, documentary, or animated film of

Topic 5: 1000 Question: If you have a narrative, documentary, or animated film of up to 60 minutes – within the curricular structure of an accredited college or university – what scholarship might you be eligible for? Answer: Academy of Motion Pictures: Student Academy Awards © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers

Bonus Question: 5, 000 Question: As a sophomore, what should you do to prepare

Bonus Question: 5, 000 Question: As a sophomore, what should you do to prepare for your future, according to CIS? Answer: Join organizations and volunteer in fields related to intended career goals. Schedule a time to take the PLAN test and the PSAT test for the college bound. © 2018, University of Oregon, into. Careers