The aspect of the reading material I love is where we get to meet the faculty, and I had to send them friend request on LinkedIn with the hope that in will increase my chances of various opportunities from education and other opportunity and the discussion forum. The response from my instructor Michelle means a lot to me. I tried to examine the risk to having a Facebook account as its exposed to a lot of sabotage by hackers but the LinkedIn professional profile gives hope of having recruiters look at your profile with the possibility of securing employment or business opportunity. Reflecting on the week activities and its value, I think I have done all I can from week one to week five to prepare myself for the challenges ahead, despite the challenge of having the power failure at home. Still can push myself to participate in the week discussion on mentorship which will prove useful in my career goals, the week assignment one which gives the opportunity of updated my LinkedIn profile professionally for my personal development. Like in the resources reading material “how to find a mentor ” “when the team is out of their depth and in need of direction, the coach comes in to pick up the team and set them right. Career mentors do the same thing.” The journal and my instructor has helped me keep the record of my weekly activities for posterity sake as that will prove how far I have developed through the first five weeks of being a Walden University student.
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- Summer '09
- LinkedIn, Career Services advisor, Learning Resources materials, LinkedIn profile turn, individual career path