Overall COM 210 has taught me a valuable number of things and I have retained valuable information I will need in the future. I enjoyed exploring internal business proposals and writing for your intended audience. I can say the most challenging part for me was the group project and I am glad I received a chance to work on that, to me it wasn’t the fact of the group project but the extensive work involved. I will take what I learned from that experience and apply it to others. While I was looking over my writing from the start of the semester up until now I can say I improved a great deal and still have some improvement
Likewise, creating a cover letter taught me many useful strategies that I will definitely put to use when it comes time for me to submit an official cover letter to a company. One of the biggest things that I have learned from taking this course is that good content is more important than sophistication. Both are very important in essay writing, but it is more important to have clear content and material so that the audience can understand your position. Last year, I always seemed to lose points on essays for not having sophisticated enough prose, so I came into this class under the impression that the most important things in a
It is an immense step that actually prepares you as a full-time student, and adult into the real world, where you may have to overcome obstacles with knowledge that a college student may have gathered over time. I firmly believe in all this as I can see the major disparities visible from right now than when I compare it to the time before I had joined university. College sharpened my people skills and helped in becoming a better person, and I also believe I’m still partaking in that journey, one that may change my life forever. To conclude, in today’s world the value of a college education is without any ambiguity; experience. A great experience in a college makes you go through transitions, exploration and overcome hurdles.
Ever since I heard of landscape architecture and what landscape architects do, it has always been my only ambition because it incorporates my passions and hobbies into study and eventually a job. From a young age, I have always loved design, art, photography, nature and outdoor spaces all of which are points of interests and skills that landscape architects require. In my previous studies, related subjects to landscape architecture that I have studied and have had a keen interest in were IGCSE Art and Design as well as Geography (both of which I obtained the A* grade). I feel that these two subjects have been the starting point in helping me to decide that landscape architecture is the right pathway for me. I had never took art as seriously
The high school experiences that I attained helped me developed my leadership skills and my communication skills allowing me to use them outside the school. I was available to keep up a professional attitude and work efficiently. With everything, I learned I was more comfortable being myself. Showing the agency where I did my hours that I was capable of doing anything. The agency influenced me to work harder than before not forgetting that have the one year of high school left and this internship will be used in my resume in the future.
Theatre experience has taught me so much and given me so much work for and be proud of. Based on what I want to accomplish in my life, I decided that theatre would be the best route. I want to learn more about the world and be happy. I want to be in a field that is challenging and fun. I know I will learn the most valuable things from a theatre BFA, then with a science degree.
It would be an incredible honor to be one of the few chosen to attend the Chicago field trip for so many reasons. I have had a love of art for as long as I could remember. Ever since early elementary, art has generally interested me and it has been one of my few favorite classes. Going on this trip to an actual art museum would be extraordinary to me. I would love to see one of my very favorite paintings, “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”, by Georges Seurat.
I wound up changing different drafts of my papers in these classes. I feel like this is something essential that I have learned from these classes. Learning to reexamine and determine mistakes to have the assistance of my associates or my professor is something that will incredibly help the nature of my writing. I had a feeling that I was a solid writer coming into this class however now having the capacity to adjust my writing to distinctive styles and having the capacity to make fitting and compelling revisions to my work I have a feeling that I am a more finish English student. I was exceptionally stubborn to alter my work before these classes, on the other hand I now understand that modification are a vital piece of life as well as they are a critical piece of learning and writing.
As i look back at all the accomplishments that I have made to help myself and the community, I learned that all my hard dedicated work has paid off and will follow me in the future. I always told myself that I would somehow be involved in the arts as soon as I knew what my talent was. Once I found out that I could sing I involved myself into programs that helped me learn more things and to get to a advanced level and once I continued in those programs I ended up being a great voice performance major. Once you involve yourself in something you love you should help others also that want to have the chance also. Bringing a service to the arts means that you are a dedicated person to what you want to pursue and what you want other people to
Now days the Professional development is essential for our life, it can provide the drive to progress careers, kept across the industry competitive and, ultimately, can make you more employable. Professional development is something you will do every day of your life without even thinking about it; however, being aware of the development you learned will allow you to record this and develop in a proffessional way. In order to be effectively in work field and your lifetime, it is important that you need to improving your knowledge and skills continually to keep yourself at high levels of professional competence. When I finished my degree at university and go to work area I found difficulty to deal with problems in work field, because the people I met are think in different way from people where I was at university, it is something like to put someone inside box for long time after that you put it in crowded area and he or she has to communicate with these people in order to be up to date for life changes. As a result of this I recognize the education at university is not enough as I thought and if I need to be a professional I should develop my skills in professional way.