Student: Stanley

Unit 6: Discussion - The “Story Of You” And Resume Organization

In this discussion, you will create your story as part of the resume creation process. You will determine which resume organization is best, based on individual goals and professional background. Part 1: Begin writing the “story of you,”. Writing your story is a beneficial exercise that prompts student to think about where their current success, past accomplishments and goals. Look at the example of "My Story" on p. 516 in your textbook. Write YOUR story. Use these headings: Where I Have Been Where I Am Now Where I Want to Be As the textbook states, this is meant to be a personal document that will likely be used to create job search documents. Start by creating the document for yourself. Share with the group the information that you are comfortable posting. Think in terms of what you plan to use in your job search documents. Part 2: Examine the three main ways to organize a resume. Pay special attention to the Organizing Your Resume Around Your Strength section of the textbook. Select the way you plan to organize your resume based on your goals, background and areas of concern. Share the resume organization that you selected as well as the rationale for selecting that organization style. David Ellington Professor Merle Heckman MG306 Business Communications April 24, 2020 Who are you? Hello Mr. Heckman, my name is David Eugene Ellington. I was born in Dayton Ohio. I am 44 years old, my birthday is on the September 1st, 1975. I have five brothers Willie, Isaac Jr., Micheal, Ander, Steven and one sister Aretha. My mom Annette and Dad Isaac Sr., separated when I was five old. I am the fifth child, follow by my sister Arether and then my brother Steven. I will talk to you about who I am, where I been in the world, and where I plan on being after I finish my bachelor’s degree. I grow up in Dayton Ohio from 1975 to 1995. I started off in Meadowdale pre-school at the age of four. Then I went to Carson for 1st to 3rd grade, to Jefferson and Meadowdale for 4th grade. Then finally Van-Cleave school for 5th and 6th I went to Fairview for middle school and went to high school at Patterson co-op and graduated class of 1994. When I went Patterson Co-Op, I studied auto mechanics while I was there. I really did not know why I chose that occupation because I did not want to keep getting my hands dirty all. I end up living Dayton Ohio and went into the united states military(Army) because I had a baby girl Dayneshia. I was always interested in becoming a soldier, and this was the perfect time to become one. That was the beginning of my adulthood at the age of 20. I went and seen a lot of places around the world. I started off at Fort Still OK for basic training, next was Fort Drum NY, Schofield Barracks HA, Fort Cambell KY, Kitzingen Germany, Fort Stewart GA, Camp Casey South Korea, and Last duty assignment was Fort Leonard Wood MO. I just retired last year October 8, 2015. I end up retired and back in Dayton Ohio. For the next chapter in my life. I was just going to go back to work, but I could not find a job that I really wanted to do. And in order to get one that I wanted to do, I had to go back to school. I have been out of school for about twenty years now, and it has changed since high school. So I went to Sinclair Coummunity College. And reciive my Associate Degree in Busniess Administration. I am continune on to my Bachelor Degree in Logistics because I did some of it in the Army. Now that I am retired, I feel that it is time for me to pursue college and get the education I need to continue to be a productive member of the United States. In conclusion, I In conclusion, I hope I feel that joining the U.S. Army before going to college was a great choice for me. The life experiences, becoming an adult, and learning how to be a responsible individual were some great lessons that I enjoyed in the military. I was very blessed to have had the opportunity. Now that I am retired, I feel that it is time for me to pursue college and get the education I need to continue to be a productive member of the United States. I end up going into the military s In conclusion,I feel that joining the U.S. Army before going to college was a great choice for me. The life experiences, becoming an adult, and learning how to be a responsible individual were some great lessons that I enjoyed in the military. I was very blessed to have had the opportunity.

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Due on: April 26, 2020 00:00

Posted: 6 months ago.

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