Because I have identified several tools given to me – and that I am aware of my purpose, I can now set goals. My most immediate short-term goals as a college student include: becoming proficient at balancing my time well, soaking up the information that I am being taught, making great grades, serving my community, traveling and studying abroad, and attaining internships and scholarships.
I plan on taking my college beyond the imaginable. I hope to get a multiple degrees, so that I may be able to have multiple careers. It may see impossible but as long as I can put my mind to it is possible. The only thing that can stop this from happening is me myself and I. I plan to help the world in varies ways.
My College and Career goals include graduating college and getting a job. I wish to attend the University of Alabama. I plan to major in occupational therapy or speech therapy. After I graduate with my bachelor's degree I wish to get my master's degree. After I finish my schooling I want to receive a job that allows me to provide for my family. I wish to receive this job in my degree's field. After receiving this job I wish to improve to reach a leadership role.
3. What are your immediate and post-graduation career goals? My post graduation career goal is to start a career or even a job with my degree. I would love to work at an actual business with an office setting or a firm of some sort; no more manual labor. An
I plan that my senior year should be very successful, and the I exempt my classes. I also plan that I get through the school year with no interruptions. Going to school is very important in the real world and also have your high school diploma. Getting your high school diploma gets you better job in the real world. My goals are keeping my grades up, exempt my classes, and graduate. After I graduate I will be attending Greenville Technically College to take up CNA classes and respiratory.
My goals for next year, boy this is always a super tough question for me. My goals for next year is to make it through each semester and not give up and graduate next summer with my master’s degree. I believe the rest will just fall into place.
My first goal is to graduate from high school on June 3, 2017. I have been on the honor roll yearly of high school, so I plan on graduating with distinguished honor roll. After graduation, I plan on attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the fall of 2017. I am going to college for a dual certificate in Early Childhood Education with Special Education. While in college I plan on participating in a study abroad program, in hopes to learn more about other countries and their cultures. I am interested to see how the education differs from the United States and other countries, this will improve my knowledge of education and help me in the future with a career in this field. This could set me apart from others when applying for jobs.
I also have many plans after High School and graduation. I plan to continue my education by going to college for likely another four years, instead of joining the workforce immediately. I want to go to college so I can expand my knowledge and also so I can get a better job. In college I plan to continue swimming probably on my college’s club team. I will also want to find a college youth group to participate in. Obviously, my college decision and activities in college will differ greatly depending on what profession I choose, but those things are very important to
How did I choose my career goals you ask? Well I’ve been interested in art as long as I can remember and I’ve always searched for a career that I had a lot of interest in but involved art in some way. Through many years of self discovery, I found graphic design. I learned that it was something that was well demanded in the world, so I could be successful and do what I love. With
The career I pick because I love to draw, I love to make craft. My career is Craft artist cause I really. I want to do this for my rest of my life because at home I do Craft and artist.
It was battle to choose what to go full out with researching, my thoughts were on to opposing extremes on the spectrum of possibilities, but the verdict came to Art Director. In the world of advertising and directing there is a hierarchy, “However, someone who sees themselves as the design top dog will inevitably be heading for an embarrassing fall.” ("How to Become an Art Director." How to Become an Art Director. N.p., 30 Nov. 2014. Web. 5 Dec. 2015) It is essential to work as a team. Art in itself works in unexplainable ways; it’s not just one thing; you don’t create art in only a single process. Art is soulful and inspiring, dark and depressing, serious and humorous. It’s all in how you perceive the world around you, go out on a whim and throw your entire being into something with meaning to you. This isn’t something easily understood; I’m only now finally discovering myself in my own work, which is why this was an ideal choice. Although it may be time consuming to work my way up to a respectable position, and the overall cost of education may put a dent in my bank account as well as having deadlines that are strict yet adept to change, a career as an art director is one that will fit me well because it utilizes a my creativity and leadership skills, ample job opportunities with a growing employment rate, and pays well