My personal education goal is to create a study plan where I can have time to do my everyday activities. My number one thing to do is work. I have to work five days, sometimes six days per week. I found SAMRT goals as a very good tool to create a realistic study plan. Improving my math, writing, and reading skills are some of more important subjects as an English learner student because learning how to write and speak in an academic way is the number one object I should learn to fit perfectly in a professional environment, and because I like math. I also attached to do my best and work hard to get my degree as a personal and educational goal because that is the reason I want to go to school, and get educated.
My career goal is focused on getting a job that I like, and that has a healthy and good environment where I enjoy what I do. Getting my Bachelor’s degree of Science in Business with a Concentration in Sustainable Enterprise Management is the first step to accomplish my career goals. My goals would be to rich a position financially established where I can sustain my family and myself, be a leader, to join in the green marketing, to develop new ways to generate energy in al healthier way, to reduce pollution; there are so many good belongings I can accomplish in this subject. One more of my career goals attached is to buy my own house. I am confident of myself that I can reach and accomplish every of my goals, if not, most of them, once I get my degree and after I had started enrolling in this subject.
* How should your career interest and competencies help guide you in your personal academic journey?
I think the effort I put in school, and the desire to stay in school comes from my career interest. This could lead me to the right direction. Doing things I am interested in, or doing stuffs I like can take me to where I want to be, and the person I can be. Knowing what my career
interests are, is a big step to start doing things related to what I want to work as. It also helps me to stop wasting my time doing things I do not need to do, and take the best academic way journey. My strength to resolve problems, use logical thinking, innovating, adapting to change, are some of my competencies. I like using logical thinking because is easier for me to resolve problems. When there is a change, I always take it in a good way and adapt to it. This are very good skills I have and I could use them to keep in the journey and guide me to the end of it, and successfully accomplish my number one academic goal, which is to get my degree.
* Does pursuing a degree help you build on the competencies you need for your future career? Is the academic you do for your curse assignments related to those competencies?
I think that pursuing my degree is the key to build my competencies. And yes, it would help me because I know that the closer I am to get my degree, somehow school will be harder at some point, and I will need to build new competencies and improve those I already have, to successfully get my degree. Pursuing a degree means for me to course school. This is the best place to learning what I need for my future career.
Yes, the academic work I had done was actually related to my competencies. I learned how to do SMART goals. This helped me to resolve my time management by creating academic short term, and realistic goals and find the best day to do my homework and study. I learn some tips and more about how to write and read. I also did activities where I had to use critical and logical thinking. This activity was related to the way I resolve problems. I learned about using critical thinking, like how to resolve a situation and questions to help me resolve the problem in the best way.
* How might you use your personal ethics, your My Career Plan competencies and reasoning aptitude results to guide your academic journey as you work through your program?
As it shows in my results, I will use innovating to create new ideas when working with my learning team and when I am in class. I will organize my goals by using strategy. Adapt to change when there is one and suit the situation. Maintain a positive outlook about school, keeping my emotional feelings if the situation seems difficult, and balance school and personal demands. And I make logical judgments and comments during class discussions.