Prepare: Prior to beginning work on this discussion, take into account where you were on day one of this course and consider how your writing and thinking have evolved over these five weeks. Ask yourself why this is important to your personal and professional goals.
Reflect: In Week 1, you developed a sense of your personal narrative and the reading and writing we have done in class have helped to widen that scope. Looking back at your posts from Week 1 and the arc of your written work in this course, reflect on how the writing skills you’ve learned have, in turn, shaped your personal narrative and your vision for the future. What’s changed, what’s the same? Additionally, consider how the writing and critical thinking skills you have learned apply to areas of your life and how they could impact your future career.
Write: In 250 to 300 words, address the following points:
What have you learned about yourself through articulating your personal narrative?
How has this changed your confidence level in embarking on your educational journey?
How has your thinking about your own narrative evolved?
In what ways has writing about yourself in relation to your career changed your understanding of your choices?
Beyond your written communication skills, consider what other skills you have developed throughout this class. Take a look at this list of affiliated skills
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– competency-aligned skills that most often are referenced on LinkedIn and in job descriptions. what are the top two skills you have developed during this course, and how might those skills be added to your resume or LinkedIn profile to benefit your future career or current profession?
Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts. Make a connection to your own post by referencing similar experiences, program of study and career choice, or similar lessons learned along the way. Your responses should each be about 100 words. Please read all of your classmates’ posts, whether you are responding or not. You may respond to more than two classmates in this discussion.
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