Discipline Investigation

Discipline Investigation Assignement
Background & Career Path
Introduce your interview subject, giving details of the subject’s background and education to show why the subject chose that profession and how he/she got started in the field. You will also want to give some explanation of the subject’s career path so far, highlighting particular positions or stepping stones to the current role. Possible topics for your interview included:
Why your subject was drawn to a particular career field
what requirements or skills were needed before entering the field
The expectations and surprises your subject had in entering that profession
Use outside sources (articles) to add additional or supporting information about the topics above
Roles & Responsibilities
Provide an overview of your interview subject’s current role at his/her place of employment, explaining the responsibilities of that position and how it fits into the overall structure of the company or organization. Your subject should also give you a general sense of the types of jobs and career paths common in that field. possible topics for your interview include:
The subject’s job responsibilities in his/her place of employment
Where your subject’s job fits in terms of the overall structure of the profession
Types of jobs people in this profession have
The skills and qualifications your subject’s job requires
The biggest challenges the subject faces in this job
Use outside sources (articles) to add additional or supporting information about the topic above
Communication skills
Explain the types of reading and writing typically required in your field of interest. Provide an overview of the communication skills that are most important in your field. For example, some occupations demand the ability to work collaboratively on reports, while others may require an ability to respond clearly and concisely to time sensitive email inquires.Possoble topics for your interview included:
-The types of reading and writing required in your subject’s daily responsibilities
-The typical audience for written communication (co-workers, clients, general public)
-The communication skills your subject finds most important in his/her role
Use outside sources (aricle) to add additional or supporting information about the topic above
Conclusion
Share your thoughts on what most surprised or interested you about your interview and research. Did it change your expectations about your chose field? For the remainder of your undergraduate studies, what further skills, knowledge, or experience will u need to develop or gain to help prepare you for the start of your career
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