The Educator –  ENFJ


ENFJ’s are passionate, charismatic and are inspiring leaders. They’re sociable, warm, empathetic, and imaginative. Born leaders, they have strong humanitarian values and do best in positions that allow them to help and support others. They’re great communicators and enjoy working with people, so they are great teachers and counselors, but they also thrive in the arts.

Career Options


Profession description

Teachers are perhaps the greatest gift to mankind, and in our culture, the ‘Ustaad’ has an unsurpassed level of respect attributed to them. An educator not only passes knowledge to a student but understanding. They are nothing short of a parent, mentor and a guide. They have the potential to shape entire societies and generations. If you have what it takes to be an educator, you are making a tremendous contribution to the world at large.

Teachers impart knowledge based on a given syllabus/curriculum to their students and arm them with the skills necessary to enter into the adult world. There are three levels of teaching; primary, secondary and higher education. Depending on your abilities, you may be able to work with either very young or older children.

  • Supervise and monitor the safety of children in their care
  • Prepare meals and organize mealtimes and snacks for children
  • Help children keep good hygiene
  • Change the diapers of infants and toddlers
  • Organize activities or implement a curriculum that allows children to learn about the world and explore interests
  • Develop schedules and routines to ensure that children have enough physical activity, rest, and playtime
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring the problems to the attention of parents
  • Keep records of children’s progress, routines, and interest
  • Child Care center workers
  • Family child care providers
  • Babysitters
  • Nannies


Professional description

Everyone has an artist inside of them, all we need do is explore them. Artists produce original works of art, it could be with paint, drawing, sculpture, jewellery, photography or graphic design.

They often specialize in a particular medium, which may be categorized in the following ways:

  • two-dimensional work (drawing, painting, collage)

  • three-dimensional work (sculpture, installation)

  • four-dimensional work (moving images, performance).

  • Generating original ideas, idea development, making models
  • Creating or developing a piece of work in response to a brief or commission
  • Articulating design ideas to managers and other team members
  • Translating written directions into artwork
  • Generating rough concept sketches and illustrations
  • Modifying and revising art designs
  • Working in a studio or off-site and adhering to health and safety procedures
  • Fine artist
  • Illustrator or Animator
  • Photographer
  • Forensic Artist
  • Arts administrator
  • Lecturer for Arts
  • Gallery curator