Who am I?
This week in Professional Development and Career Preparation, we're found ourselves a little bit more. In lecture, we talked about how important having a portfolio is. It is important because it help us express ourselves and the work we've done so far in the industry. This then can be displayed to employers during the hiring process. It can also help us reflect on our progress and help see what we can improve on. Later, we also talked about our personalities and what types we are in the Myers-Briggs and Keirnsey scales.
What have I learned about myself?
During the portfolio process, that there is a lot of work to be done. I can improve my creativity and photoshop skills through practice. Through this process, I've learned a lot about how to make resumes in terms of wording and format. I made my resume four times. I learned about how making resumes require a lot of revision. Most importantly, I've learned that portfolios are used to promote yourself as a brand.
In the past week, I've learned that my personality type is Myers-Briggs ISFJ and Keirnsey Guardian. These traits align with one another and myself. It indicates that I am a practical and kind person.