This formal report was assigned by Dr. Chiodo in order to discover what character qualities our
family, friends, and employers state that we demonstrate. We were authorized to self assess our
characteristics that are favorable in finding a job. Each team member was instructed to take an
in-depth look at the qualities that we have, and how we can apply them in future opportunities.
This report is due to Professor Martin on March 09, 2011.
The purpose of this report is to bring out the individual qualities and characteristics that we hold
by understanding them then analyze, cultivate, and utilize these findings in order to help develop
successful future paths. It is known that having an education gives you a competitive advantage
when applying for a dream job.
But from Dr. Chiodo, we have discovered that your character
qualities are what set you apart from the rest of the competition. By highlighting how we have
demonstrated our most important qualities from the past we are able to confirm how we can
benefit our future employers and ourselves. This report is vital to our success because we are
given the opportunity to scrutinize and perfect the qualities that we already possess. By asking
peers that know and understand our true character, it provides us with insight on what we are
capable of, but may not already fully recognize. We have been given a great opportunity from
It has given us a chance, which otherwise we would not have had, to identify
and expand our most valuable traits on our own. This experience has taught us a valuable lesson
All the members in the team either work full time, part time, or live outside of town. This puts
difficult time constraints on our meeting schedules outside of class. We try our best to be on time
every Tuesday, and then hold individual meetings for those who are not able to attend our regular
meetings. If a team member does not make it to one of our meetings, we inform them of the
topics discussed in the meeting. The team also faces time constraints when setting up interviews
with their family, friends, and employers. Due to busy schedules, we are turning in our report on
March 09, 2011, so that we have a sufficient amount of time to meticulously proofread our
Cornelius Boullard, Corrington Clay, and Fahad Jethwa are utilizing both
primary and secondary sources for this report. The group’s only primary sources are personal
interviews with family members, friends, and co-workers about the character qualities they
possess and how they demonstrate those particular qualities. The group also used secondary
sources such as the dictionary and the internet. Secondary sources were used to research our
future career industries.