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Here is a quick summary of the career path I took but keep in mind everyone’s path will be unique. Think Michael Jordan was a standout player at North Carolina University while LeBron James went straight to the NBA from high school, but I think both have been relatively successful in the basketball field
- College > internship while in college > obtained undergraduate degree > entry-level position > switched companies for a project management role > obtained masters degree while working > promoted > enrolled in doctoral program > started teaching as a collegiate adjunct instructor part-time > switched companies for a manager position > obtained doctorate > currently seeking full time collegiate faculty position.
- By day 1 make an initial post that is at least 200 words in length (but the post can be longer). Answer these questions:
- Describe your career path and where you eventually want to end up. It’s OK to include your high school endeavors. Hey, you have to start somewhere.
- Based on the video, what additional steps are you going to take to help expedite your desired end goal?
- By day 2 of this week, respond to at least two of your classmate’s initial posts. Each of the response posts should be a minimum of 100 words (but they can be longer).
- The responses should as a probing question to garner more conversation. For example, “I want to work in a hospital’s billing department too. Have you tried…if so, let me know if it was helpful or a complete waste of time?” or “That is an interesting field that I have never heard of until now. How did you find out about this? I think there is a ton of growth in this field considering….”
- Be sure to not just make the response posts to get points and never check the discussion board again. The students who perform best truly engage with one another and do not just “do the minimum.