This assessment is designed

| October 14, 2019

This assessment is designed to be used by you as an ongoing working portfolio to assist you in identifying your career goals and appropriate organisations you wish to pursue for internship or employment positions. Writing in first person (‘me’, ‘I’, ‘mine; etc.) is permitted however, you should remember that this is a university assessment and not a descriptive story. A minimum of five (5) well integrated academic references is required.
Part A – Report
The following may assist you to structure your portfolio:
Executive summary
Remember that an Executive Summary of a report is just that, a summary. It contains a statement of report purpose and an overview of the actual and specific findings. Generally, it should be no longer than one page and does not count towards the word limit of your report. The Executive Summary can only be written after you have completed your report. Write in past tense (e.g. The purpose of this report was to …). If an Executive Summary is well written the reader should be able to understand the main points, findings, and conclusions of the actual report without having to read the full report. Be sure to check the Executive Summary Quick Guide for tips
Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction
Ensure that you write an introduction for this assignment. The Academic Skills Quick Guides will provide you with a reminder on what should be contained in an introduction.
2.0 My career
•    describe how you visualise your perfect graduate position and broader career in 1–2 paragraphs. Critically evaluate how your descriptions compare and contrast with the literature covered in this unit relating to definitions of careers, career management and career success (Topic 1). Do not use dictionary or Wikipedia definitions in this discussion. Instead, you should be evaluating the descriptions contained in academic writings such as your Readings.
•    name the industry sector that you wish to pursue for your internship and/or graduate role and refer to Appendix A which will contain your database of potential employers.
3.0 Goal setting
•    Setting goals (both short- and long-term) is important in career planning. Challenging, but realistic, goals can have powerful positive influence on career success. Identify a goal setting theory (model) or motivation theory and discuss how it may be useful to assist you in achieving your career goals.
•    In this section summarise the five most important learning/career goals that you wish to achieve within the next 10 years. Refer to Appendix B which will contain detailed information about these five goals.

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