The purpose of my Road Trip is to gather information and advice on how it was they came about their profession as well as what it was that drove them in pursuing that career and how or if i can apply that to my current and future experiences relating to that career.
Great job on your Roadtrip Project! You've been working hard, and for that we just have one thing to say...You're awesome. Keep it up!
(2-5 photos) Sometimes pictures say 1,000 words, so it's no wonder why you love snapping away on your camera. Congrats on building your photo collection!
(5-7 blogs) High-five on uploading more blogs to your Roadtrip Project! For that, we'd like to give you a virtual pat on the back!
(8-12 blogs) Pardon our interruption, but you're on fire with all your blogs! Shall we say it's safe to say that you have some quick typing skills?
(1 video) Wow, who's that fresh filmer struttin' down the street? Oh, it's you! Awesome job on uploading your first video! Can't wait to see more!
(2 videos) And...CUT! Oh, sorry—didn't mean to barge in on your filmmaking. Congrats on uploading two videos to your Roadtrip Project. You rock!
(2 interviews) You know how to get the ball rolling when it comes to speaking with Leaders. With two interviews done, you're a natural Conversation Starter! Way to go!
COE 1323 Career and Academic Planning Section 1
Mississippi State University Career Center
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Cold Calls: Court Case
My insights on this cold call was that he was an important man because of all the things he had going on when i called for an interview and he still gladly agreed. As for advice on making these (read more)
Written on April 17, 2012 at 6:41pm
Interview Questions: Questioning a Lawyer
In determining my interview questions for my first interview i thought of all the things that i wanted to know, mostly ones with finding your place but also some involving his career. I went through (read more)
Written on April 17, 2012 at 7:23pm
Pre-Thoughts: Nerves Go Away!
For this interview i was extremely nervous because I had never done anything like this before and my nerves were getting the best of me. Mr. Creel was scheduled for trial soon after our interview so (read more)
Written on March 31, 2012 at 1:46pm
Interview Reflection: New Insights
My interview with Mr. Creel was very successful, except for my mistakes, I got out of it exactly what it was i needed. I learned that self-confidence is key to any job or anything you want to do. (read more)
Written on March 31, 2012 at 8:53pm
Cold Calls (2) : Court is in Session
My thoughts on this cold call was that Mr. Sherman seemed a little less excited to help me, making me think that this would be a quick interview with not as much helpful information as I got from Mr. (read more)
Written on April 5, 2012 at 3:14pm
Interview Questions (2) : Inside a Lawyers Mind
For my second interview I choose to stick with the same questions because they seemed to get insightful answers from my first interviewer, Mr. Creel. Although my questions were answered they seemed (read more)
Written on April 8, 2012 at 10:10am
Interview Pre-thoughts (2) : Cool, Calm, and Collected
Before going into my interview with Mr. Sherman I was cool, calm, and collected for the most part. I had all of my things in order and had practiced my questions the night before so I was expecting (read more)
Written on April 17, 2012 at 7:12pm
Interview Reflection (2) : Let Your Surroundings Help You
Reflecting on my interview with Mr. Sherman I see that i can use my friends, family, and acquaintance's to help me in finding my passion. His roommate was the one who helped lead him to where (read more)
Written on April 8, 2012 at 10:19am
Start Date: 03/29/2012
Start Location: Mississippi State, MS
Total Interviews: 2
End Date: 03/31/2012
End Location: Mississippi State, MS
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