Research Project bussines writing
As a part of this research project we were asked to do an informational interview to help me prepared long term goals that will fulfill my career in English in professional writingThis is my second semester at Lehman College since I’m a transfer student I have completed 86 credits that will eventually meet the requirements for graduation. Creating this research has given me the opportunity to think through each step that I need to take encouraging me to reach my career goal. I would star off by saying that I would have love to accomplish some many things by this age but things happen and it’s never too late I earned a Teacher Certificate back in Honduras and I also learned English by getting a scholarship program so those are some of the things that inspired me every day I can accomplish some many things ,just need to start working a lot harder .
Within a year I would like to be working on an school having my own classroom full of students ready to learn. Also, I’m going to start a career in journalism that will allow me to connect with professionals of different fields that way I can start building a wining resume. My main goal was to be part of the FBI language analysist as I seen how much people struggle when they don’t understand a language, but there is a debate I’m really passionate about teaching since I was little, and I wouldn’t mind doing it for a couple of years, so if can do both it will be like winning the lottery for me. As undergraduate student I would like to get as much experience within the educational and writing field and my next goal is finding the right internship to get new experiences. I would love to join the FBI Language Analysist the sooner the better I feel like I can connect a lot more with the community and I will grow as an individual and ensure some connections for an adjunct Lecturer position.Thanks to the informational interview I know that I need to work on certain things such as:Read books, that will help better my writing. Do a lot extracurricular activity.
And I want to include one quote that my professor gave me “Don’t let your schooling interfere with your education”.Its not always about the money but your passion.Research on Cunny Schools.Writing Intensive WorkshopHelping others may help you to get your foot at the door but also following up being persistent.In conclusion my only wish after graduating from Lehman college with my Bachelor in English and Professional Writing by June 2019 with the highest GPA is to be able to aim not only a good position but also an Scholarship for my master.ttps://youtu.be/87vWXIQWsY0Work Cited”FBI career: Linguists” YouTube uploaded by FBI,1 November 2016, www.
youtube.com/ https://youtu.be/87vWXIQWsY0sY0.”FBI career: Linguists” YouTube uploaded by FBI,15 August 2016, www.youtube.com/ https://youtu.be/txXGYLxG3Wk.
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