IntroductionThe goal of this activity is to demonstrate your
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IntroductionThe goal of this activity is to demonstrate your ability to plan your academic and professional goals. Activity Instructions Write your career plan. That’s right! Get started with the process of career planning, even if you’re not sure where to begin. Your response to this exercise will be a rough draft of your plan, which you can revise and rewrite many times – throughout your academic journey. The point is to start a conversation about your career choice – and to get the ideas in writing. The format of your plan is up to you. You could include many details, such as the next job title you would like to have, the courses required for your major, and other training you want to complete. You could list the names of companies to research and people that could hire you. Another option is to represent your plan visually. Consider incorporating charts, timelines, maps, or drawings. You can generate these in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. To help you get started, consider these sentences: The skills I most enjoy using include…Careers that require these skills include…Of those careers, the one that interests me most is…The immediate steps I will take to pursue this career are… Writing Requirements (APA format) 2-3 pages (300 words per page)1-inch marginsDouble spaced12-point Times New Roman fontTitle page with topic and name of student
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