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Through shadowing a professional at work, students identify duties of and skills and characteristics needed for a profession of interest, reflect upon course content as practiced by career-related professionals, and develop skills to correlate course theories to real-world situations. To direct their vocational studies, students need the opportunity to view professionals at work to determine if the duties and culture of a particular career are conducive to their interests and character. Observerships assist students in determining career direction and, as such, educational direction.