( Hello, I am Jarrett Sefcik. I am 23 years old and getting my degree in Graphic Design. My degree has a lot of customer communication involved. Reaching clients and being able to communicate professionally with them throughout a job is crucial.

In Module One, you were asked to reflect on your communication strengths, areas of opportunity, and general career goals to help direct you through the course. In this assignment, you will reflect on what you have learned from this course about what it means to be an effective communicator. You’ll also reflect on the many career opportunities available to effective communicators and the professional goals you identified and worked on throughout this program.
Prompt
Think back to your initial reflection from the Module One journal.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
After learning more about what it means to be an effective communicator, do you still agree with your initially identified communication strengths? Why or why not? Are there any strengths you would like to add?
After completing your course assignments and activities, do you feel like you have started to address any of your identified areas of opportunity? If so, how? If not, what will you do to try and address them in the future?
Based on your more in-depth career exploration in this module, identify a specific career goal and describe the steps you will take to achieve it. (For example, “My goal is to get a job as a social media specialist at an innovative organization. To reach this goal, I will . . .”.)
module 1 entry:
( Hello, I am Jarrett Sefcik. I am 23 years old and getting my degree in Graphic Design. My degree has a lot of customer communication involved. Reaching clients and being able to communicate professionally with them throughout a job is crucial. There are some career paths out there that do not require communication but the one I am pursuing does. I have some experience working as a graphic designer and I was overwhelmed by the volume of communication that I was doing with customers. Thankfully I am well-spoken and professional, but still, there is so much room for improvement. )

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