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Department of Entrepreneurship and Professional Development College of Business Jackson State University Career Portfolio For Darryl Williams BPD 200-61: Intro to Business for Business Majors
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Career Portfolio Submitted by Darryl Williams Submitted to Mercidee Curry Submitted to the Department of Entrepreneurship and Professional Development in the College of Business at Jackson State University in partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for BPD 200-61: Intro to Business for Business Majors 25 October 2010
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Table of Contents Page 1 Section I. Self Analysis A. Introduction to Portfolio B. Biographical Profile Section II. Career Analysis A. Resume B. List of References C. Current Transcript Section III. Career Observations A. Readiness Assessment B. TypeFocus Assessment C. Enrichment Participation 1. Excellence: Motivation for Success 2. JSU Club/Organization Fair 3. JSU Career Services Center 4. Ask the Employer 5. JSU Career Fair Section IV. Research and Business Development A. Title of Research B. Title of Feasibility Analysis Section VI:Other A. Certificates, awards, letter of recognitions, etc.
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SELF ANALYSIS
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Biographical Profile of Darryl Williams Darryl Williams Jr. was born to Darryl Sr. and Stephanie Williams in St. Louis, Missouri. Both of his parents are college graduates and worked in their respective fields. His father was a
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