SeanBritt.SPR18CareerPortfolio History

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5) '''Learning Community Evidence'''
* Include evidence of your learning in Triad CS this semester things that demonstrate your interest in Computer Science!
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5) '''Experiential Evidence'''
* Include evidence of your learning, both in and outside of Triad CS, so far this semester things that demonstrate your interest in Computer Science!
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* This short document should explain how the evidence you provided helps define you as a Computer Scientist. In other words, what qualities and characteristics define a Computer Scientist, in your opinion, and how does your evidence demonstrate that you fit that definition?
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* This short document should explain how the evidence you provided helps define you as a Computer Scientist. In your introduction, explain what qualities and characteristics define a Computer Scientist. In your conclusion, explain how your evidence demonstrates that you fit that definition.
* Refer ''specifically'' to each piece of evidence in the body of the letter and give details about what it is and how it symbolizes part of your experience becoming a Computer Scientist.
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6) '''Reflective Overview'''
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6) '''Reflective Overview''' a letter to me, your professor
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[+WHAT DO I INCLUDE IN MY CAREER PORTFOLIO?+]
1) '''Cover Page''' be creative, but professional
* Full Name
* E-mail Address (make it look professional; avoid things like CHS-hotty@whatever.com)
2) '''Table of Contents''' provide the reader with a clear outline of your contents
3) '''Practice Cover Letter''' this letter is designed to get you into the habit of writing formal
business letters. A high quality letter is perhaps the most important part of the job search.
Many employers even look at your or application if your letter contains
spelling/grammar/formatting errors. Your letter is your first impression make it good!
4) '''''' purpose of a is to get an interview, not a job! Make it look good!
* Career/Job Objective (optional, but strongly recommended)
* Education & Training (detailed information)
* Work Experience and/or Skills & Abilities
* Community Service/Involvement
* Hobbies & Activities
5) '''Learning Community Evidence'''
* Include evidence of your learning in Triad CS this semester things that demonstrate your interest in Computer Science!
6) '''Reflective Overview'''
* This short document should explain how the evidence you provided helps define you as a Computer Scientist. In other words, what qualities and characteristics define a Computer Scientist, in your opinion, and how does your evidence demonstrate that you fit that definition?