Career Portfolio - Indiana University Bloomington

Career Portfolio - Indiana University Bloomington

Career Portfolio Project 23 (Required) Fall 2004 Goal Review content of class Develop a strategic career plan Compile documents to use in plan Prepare for a lifetime of career management Overall Requirements Student presents all documents to be included in portfolio Student makes oral presentation

what documents are how they will be used career strategy about 10 minutes long CC gives assessment of performance Possible Contents

Resumes Work samples Interview prep responses Career test results Transcripts Cover letters Interview STARs Job descriptions Career profiles Personal competencies Community involvement

Perform appraisals Skills Network contacts Employment Awards, recognitions Grad study plans Career failure analysis Career mobility factors Leadership activities Volunteer projects Certifications

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