1) I believe that there are many reasons why I want to be employed by the Chico State Success Center as a student assistant. I feel that it would be favorable to work at a place such as the CSSC. First off, working at the CSSC would be very helpful for future jobs as well as my career to learn what is expected of me in an office setting in terms of standards and how to act professionally for future jobs. Secondly, having a job as a student assistant at the CSSC center, I will not have to worry about hours being as sporadic each week as much as normal jobs off the Chico State campus. Whereas, I would not know which days I would be working or the hours.
The author's main claim of how his factory job reminds him to do well in college is legitimate because of the working conditions, how factory jobs are leaving the United States, and the demeanor of the other college students. I agree with the author's claim because I am also experiencing the same feelings
Kaplan University offers all their students access to career services. This department has a variety of strategies that will help me accomplish my career goals. These strategies include, career assessment, resume building, interview preparation, career networking tips, job-search support, and 24/7 online access to job openings and career development tools. This is the kind of help that I need now in my search for a job that will expose me to direct-patient care. Career Services can help me figure out what job fits me and also fulfills my clinical hours requirement for PA school.
Similarly, code-switching might the the very tool needed to fit in with a specific friend group at school. It is a great tool to use when networking for a job because the employer will most likely hire the student with the most impressive range of interests, which such range is most commonly acquired through several
Chickering(2013) highlighted that student have the opportunity to interact with other students and faculty, to join student organizations and clubs, and to take part in discussion and debates. Students ranked "interpersonal skills" as the most important skill used in their daily lives in a 1994 survey of 11,000 college students. They learn social skills, how to interact with each other and develops skills which make them innovative, after the students have these skill they could easy going and communicate with their future colleagues and their working partner. Furthermore, college allows students to explore career options. Indiana.edu(2013) noted that colleges offer career services, internship, job shadowing, job fairs, and volunteer opportunities in addition to a wide variety of courses that may provide a career direction.
“Effective leaders… are able to keep themselves and those around them on task. Those who lack focus in their personal lives and in their careers tend to drift” (Sanborn, 2008, p. 42). This principle has been utilized by an academic advisor at Fresno Pacific University: Merced Regional Campus. Nicole Cochran has found her focus in all contexts of her professional and personal lives. She is going to be graduating soon with her doctorate degree, works full time at her workplace, is involved in her church, is there for her friends, all while being a mother of two young men and a loving wife.
Students relationships with faculty and staff is important because they are networking by relating to them and this can create positive impact in the future; the student can get a referral by the faculty or staff and they may land their dream job, the students also gain interpersonal skills by engaging with the staff, faculty and even their fellow students. You have to be nice to each and every person you meet, you have to greet the janitor the same way you would greet a CEO; you never know what life might throw at
The skills I learn in college will give me more confidence in my future job- which I plan on going into nursing. College will help me understand the right techniques, clinical skills, and people skills to excel in the nursing career, which needs plenty of practice. College will also allow me to discuss and work with other nursing students and teachers who will give me helpful tips and tricks for the workforce down the road.
Abby Zeszotek graduate of Capitol University and successful actress says that this is what college did for her, “There are more skills you learn then just the classes you take…. it 's a safe place to learn how to take care of yourself your not just thrown out into the big world. It’s like oh here I’m going to learn how to budget my money and budget my time and get my things done I need to. How do I form a relationship with a colleague vs a friend vs a professor. Along with learning different life skills you learn skills that can help you get a job, become professional, and gain work ethic.
What many people would consider one of the benefits of homeschooling that was detrimental to me is that deadlines are not set. I would become lazy, and end up turning in mediocre work. College has forced me to turn out my best work always, and I consider this one of the best things I have gotten out of college so far. Another example of a benefit
At school, I rarely felt challenged and I would enjoy being in a program that makes me think about real-world situations in a way that will help me later in life. I would like to expand my knowledge concerning negotiation and debate in a friendly setting. Last year, I learned things at LCM that I had never heard of before. It would be nice to be learning these skills for the entire year, as LCM is my only source of information concerning debate and
The person I interviewed is the campus Diversity Recruiter Candace Villanueva. She loves working in higher education. I enjoy helping students reach their academics and life goals. Her passion is working with gifted students. She is capable of sharing her achieve strength with these students by pushing them further.
The easiest place in the world to be learn to be an Engineer and surround myself with extraordinary people. I 'm not the same person I used to be, as a result of of life lessons I now understand the reason for higher education at least by my standards. They 're all off in Oklahoma just to work to “make ends meet” and just spoiling their lives away, I desire more for my life. I 'm at the math lab a couple nights a week taking part in group activities and spending time with helping others at my college. I would like someday to organize a program that allows Veterans to go to school for free and their only worry is that of a student.