Progress Report of My Educational and Career Goals

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Name Business Address Address Dear Name: I am writing to bring you up to date on the progress that I have made on my educational goals, career goals, goals completed, goals in progress, fie year goals and action steps, ten year goals and actions steps, and potential obstacles to achieving goals. I am confident you will find the results of the report useful for evaluating the progress of my educational and career goals. Educational Goals: Education is extremely important part of my past, present, and future goals. I currently hold an Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design Media. I have found that an A.A.S Degree does not go as far al I originally intended in the Rochester, MN area and furthering my education will be a necessity…show more content…
It will be necessary to rely on my family to help me in the progression as well. 10 Year Goals and Action Steps: In the next 10 years I plan to: 1. Finish my education by achieving by B.S. Degree in Business Administration, MBA in Adult Education, and Ph.D. in Adult Education 2. Get related on the job experience through various positions at the Mayo Clinic 3. Find a job at the University of Minnesota as college professor for undergraduate studies of business and introductory marketing The action steps to my 10 years goals are very broad and can take on many different paths at this point. The main action step that I will need to do to achieve my 10 year goals is to put as much energy into school and work as I possibly can. I believe the harder I work at these goals the closer they are to me reaching them. Potential Obstacles to Achieving Goals: One of the main obstacles I have found in achieving my goals is balancing school, work and family life. I am married and have a 3 year old little boy. I would like to have another child in the future as well. It will be a challenge to have another child and continue on with all the goals I have put forth. In the past I have found it extremely difficult to balance all of these things at once with just one child. Luckily, with my families help, I have been able to keep
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