Description - Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Music and Dance by Diane Lindsey Reeves
Whether kids are interested in becoming a dancer, a musician, or a sound engineer, the world of music and dance is a lively scene with many exciting opportunities for those with the right attitude. So what does this career choice have to offer, and how can kids learn more about the music and dance industry? "Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Music and Dance, Second Edition", extensively updated and revised, brings the vast amount of opportunities in this industry to the forefront. By encouraging kids to identify their personality traits and skills, this book helps them match their interests and abilities with viable careers. With step-by-step self-assessment followed by a series of job profiles and professional insight, this book gives kids a good starting place for further job exploration. This book also features a helpful closing section and new career discovery activities. Completely redesigned, this book provides a reader-friendly and interactive resource for kids interested in exploring possible career choices. Career profiles include: Arts administrator; Composer; Dance instructor; Disc jockey; Music video producer; Musician; Recording executive; Sound engineer; and more.
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(229mm x 152mm x 18mm)
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Author Biography - Diane Lindsey Reeves
Diane Lindsey Reeves holds an undergraduate degree in elementary education and a master's-level certification in applied communications. She is the author or coauthor of several books, including the Career Ideas for Teens series for Facts On File and Checkmark Books. Reeves also conducts workshops on teaching career-planning skills to students and is the founder of Bright Futures Press.