Another example, the guest speaker from non profit organization gave a presentation about domestic violences, destructive relationships, stalkers, and addictions. When residents experienced the domestic violence situations, they would make a report to residential advisors. Residential Advisors had to call their bosses to be involved. From morning to the late afternoons, they had activities and lunch breaks. They were covered by room and meal during their training days.
Interning in the HR department has presented exceptional opportunities that will help fine tune practical skills and gain professional experience while pursuing an undergraduate degree Introduction Before graduating one of the biggest fears was wondering what would happen after graduation. Only having theoretical knowledge in Human Resources just isn’t enough in today’s competitive job market. As luck would have it, during a Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) meeting, this opportunity was made available to the members of SHRM. This was an excellent starting point in order to gain work related experience therefore an application, resume and cover letter was submitted to the manager of employment and compensation. Out of all the candidates that applied and interviewed for this position, I was chosen for this position.
The Interview Type Of Interview For my assignment I chose to examine an interview I was a party to at my place of employment with the local Association For Community Living. It was an orientation meeting for a new client moving into a group home where I currently work as a Direct Care Worker. Under the classification of interviews, my analysis focuses on an Information Giving type of interview. As outlined in class, information giving interviews are used to obtain facts, opinions, feelings, attitudes, reasons for actions, trends or beliefs. My specific interview was to inform, organize and assist the staff team, of which I am a member, in supporting a new individual moving into the house.
While most of those interviewed included service learning components in their courses, interviews with faculty members who resisted or refused to incorporate service learning were conducted as well in order to understand varying faculty attitudes towards service learning. BACKGROUND Following participation in an Engaged Department Institute sponsored by Campus Compact, a service-learning requirement was instituted for all majors in the department studied beginning Fall 2002. All faculty were encouraged to incorporate service-learning in their courses. A training session on service-learning was the centerpiece of a departmental retreat in January 2002. In order to develop closer relationships with community agencies, the department hosted a faculty-partnership luncheon the following fall semester.
On prosecution cases I have submitted to EED or presented to the AUSA I maintain communications for status and update ICS as needed. I regularly request training to improve my skills and keep my knowledge base up-to-date. I share course material with my Supervisor and peers for classes I attend. For example, I attended some very good classes during the Diversity Conference in 2008; I not only brought back the message but the materials to share with my peers who were not selected to attend. In my Supervisor’s absence I will act in his place, conducting case reviews, correlating with other investigators on casework and field calls.
Since high school, I worked with a counselor assistant news Vietnamese student enters the school with the application and translating. I choose this field of career because of my disability will fit me perfectly to serve in the office and help people to my liking. My works to assist the public with any health like mental issues or needs counselling. I expect the career requires a lot of reading, writing and reports each week. My interviewer is Ms. Jackson, a case manager over seek three properties for Zale professional Management Corporation in Redwood City California.
Finally, being an intern in the Game Presentation Department pushed me to further develop myself and mature as not only an individual but also a professional. One of Elizabethtown College’s five goals for its students is to “provide professional expertise: help students discover the resources needed to enhance classroom success and to navigate diverse cultural perspectives.” While applying for internships last semester Professor Elicker took it upon himself to provide the professional expertise the school hopes to provide. He took time out of his schedule to look over my resume, editing it and giving me recommendations on how to make it better. After I was offered an interview, Professor Elicker took extra time and helped prepare me with a mock interview. Even before I stepped foot in my internship, Professor Elicker helped Elizabethtown College fulfil one of their goals and provide professional expertise while helping a student.
This report explains briefly the steps I made in my Internship that took place at Top Gifts Company. As an undergraduate student, it is a requirement to fulfill an internship course as a final step before graduation. I chose Top Gifts, because although it is a small local business with a decent reputation, but I have heard a lot about the owner’s accomplishments and aimed to benefit from learning about the international business they are running. I began my internship from September 22nd 2011 till the 11th of August 2013. After getting the proper training, the manager started assigning some clerical duties for me to accomplish.
The senior that I chose to interview was Devon Smith also known “Mouse”. Devon is a graduate of Laurel High School and is currently attending Bowie State University. He is a student athlete and a member of the Pedology program. In this interview I will ask questions in regards to his field placement to better understand how and why things work when entering the field. I feel as though I am prepared for my internship, but hopefully after interviewing Devon I won’t be as nervous about my field placement.
Lauren Biddle 23 February 2013 HDFS 465 Reflection #1 Goals - My goals for my internship at the Rockford Center include: becoming more familiar with Social Workers in Rockford and also in other settings, learning how to interview patients on my own with confidence, learning how to execute the discharge process of patients independently without having to ask my supervisor for assistance, becoming more familiar with adolescents and being mindful of their feelings, being more patient with myself, learning how to create boundaries with patients and lastly being more assertive in the workplace. Since I am a visual learner, I believe that I can meet these goals by watching my supervisor when she interviews patients, when she takes notes during the interviews, as well as when she fills out the appropriate paperwork for each case. I also learn by simply doing tasks on my own as well. Thus, it is very useful for me when my supervisor tells me what she needs done and challenges me to remember the appropriate protocol for each task. I know that some interns often encounter problems, small or large, during their internship so I am trying to avoid these as much as possible.