Additionally, research I did served me well when communicating with recruiters. However, my flaws include: my projection, body language, nerves and the lack of a padfolio. I plan on being confident in my brand in the future to prevent these failures from occurring again. In addition, I feel my resume could have been more competitive, so I will be working toward improving it as the semester progresses. My goal is to obtain a job shadow for one of the companies I talked to at the career fair.
Sometimes the instructions can be a little confusing especially when you only use commands lines to perform every task. 5) What skills and knowledge do I recognize that I am gaining? The more I learn about web programming the more I pay attention to details so now I know exactly what they mean when they say details really matter in
When my group turned the project in, and it was shown to the class my teacher rewrote the assignment according to what we did and used it as an example of great work when recruiting new people. As proud as I was in this project I knew I couldn’t stop there and continued to seek out opportunities to better myself and the environment around me. Some of the favorite things I have done include attending a cyber forensics seminar and obtaining an award in a coding event for best educational game. The reason I choose Embry-Riddle as opposed to
However, this recognition comes with an expectation out of me. My teammates will expect me to be responsible for the group projects. My professor will expect me to articulate my thoughts clearly in class. My further employer will expect me to perform well under stress. I expect myself to build a successful career.
This unit has really opened up my eyes and level of thinking. I had not actually thought about branding until I read this week 's reading step by step that made me realize that I can actually brand my product effectively using the tools and skills have learned in this unit. I would like to focus on improving the website the branding skills I have just aquired so that I can perfect them to help build my brand. I gave positive feedback and point my fellow peers to things they need to improve on. I received feedback with an open mind and would make changes suggested my fellow peers.
Since then, I tried to find a way to overcome this obstacle and discussed with my team members how to work it out. Afterwards it, I decided to create a database system in Excel in order to handling information easily and tell the truth to my supervisor. So, I asked my team
As I continued, I discovered myself changing into a leader and becoming eager to help. Using the leadership from that field, I applied it to the rest of my life, becoming the Editor-in-Chief of my school’s yearbook and beginning to lead discussions in class instead of counting the minutes until next period. Immediately, Special Olympics forced me to be open-minded and more accepting. Instead of staring and feeling sorry for those special individuals, I grew aware and saw they craved friends, not sympathy. I recognized that merely because they are different, doesn't mean I must treat them differently.
After taking this class, I have been able to convey my thoughts and ideas in a more clear and professional manner. Public speaking taught me that the use of “um” and “like” make you sound less credible. Going into my interview I used everything that I learned in the class to help me sound as credible to my future employer as I truly was. Now as an employee and a person I continue to use what I learned in public speaking, and my supervisors and coworkers treat me with respect and have no doubts that I will represent the company in a good
When I received my acceptance letter from the School of Social Work, I was excited and had prepared myself for this higher learner program. I did not know what to expect, but I was determined to finish this program. I had made a choice to prioritize my life, so that my studies would not be affected and it was an effective measurement for me. There were days that giving up seemed easier, but my will and determination would not allow me to quit. In fact, I had surprised myself by achieving and maintaining a 3.0 GPA and currently two classes away from a minor in Sociology.
I have poor grammar and already know I will struggle with English next semester. My short-term goals are to pass all my classes this semester, do my work on time, and get a job. I need to pass my classes on my first try, especially since I want to go to nursing school. I know I will be competing with many to get in; therefore I need to turn my work in on time and get good grades. Also, I need to get a job so I have money coming in, since I didn’t get awarded a work-study.