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Muse Workshop Response 1 Muse Workshop Response San Jose State University Muse Workshop Response 2
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The muse workshop I chose to go to was one regarding one’s career. It was a workshop where we sat in a small room and listened to a young attractive lady talk to us about how to go about deciding our career path and/or major. The workshop was intended for students who wanted to change majors because of a certain career path. She had some interesting handouts, a very organized power point presentation. Unfortunately it was an hour and 50 minute presentation but I kind of learned a lot. Her main points were rather simple. She told us we should choose our major and career path based on our personality, likes and interests, and what we’re good at doing. She wanted us to find the common ground between the 3 categories and go after it. Her hand outs emphasized those points, they were almost like personality tests. They had different categories of jobs and descriptions of personalities that usually fill those jobs. If you were plain, organized, neat and
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Unformatted text preview: such you would fall under the office kind of job category. If you were very into money, a risk taker, social or good at networking you would fall under the entrepreneurial category. There were 2 or three other categories as well that included a number of personality traits. The presentation as a whole was mostly logic and common knowledge. She told us to talk to our counselors, she told us to learn about ourselves before we make a solid choice and that we don’t have to choose right now because we have plenty of time. Unfortunately her lecture was long and drawn out. She had mildly entertaining activities that we took part it in with the people around us including talking to them about what we liked and did as a child and now, and what personality category we fall into. I realized only after the presentation why so few people had showed up, it was because it was going to be a very boring two hours but at least I realized I don’t have to choose my career path quite yet....
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