PERSONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF
Name: _____________________ Year of Graduation: _____
Career Goal: What do you want to be? ______________________________________________________________
(doctor, lawyer, history professor, construction worker, company president, )
What title do you want to have? ____________________________________________________________________
(Doctor, Professor, Electrical Engineer, Architect, Teacher, President, )
What would you like to do? ________________________________________________________________________
(Build bridges, cure people, counsel people, develop medical instrumentation, )
What degree would you like to have? B.S. M.S. Ph.D. M.D. D.D.S. Other ( )
What are the career opportunities in your area(s) of interest? ________________________________________
Are you aware of the requirements for the profession you want to join? What are they?
(preparation in sciences, mathematics, writing, interviewing, social skills, )
What are your current skills and interests?
What are your capabilities that you feel are marketable?
Do you know to which colleges/universities you may want to apply?
Do you know of anyone in your career of choice?
Who are your role models?
Have you talked to anyone about preparing for college? If not, why not?
How can we help you?
Action Items and TimelineS
Sample Career Plan For
Name: _____Ms. Mary Doe_____ Year of Graduation: __5/05__
To become a civil engineer. To design, plan, implement and supervise the construction of buildings, highways, rapid transit systems, and underground/undersea tunnels.
q Bachelor's degree in civil engineering
q Knowledge of physical sciences and mathematics
q Ability to work in a team
q Quantitative skills statistical analysis, risk analysis, computer programming
q Analytical mind
q Eye for detail
q Communication skills writing, speaking, presentation
q Leadership skills
q License by a board or professional engineers (not required for all professions)
Current capabilities and activities:
q 2002 Summer Intern for Brown & Root Corporation
q 2003 Summer Intern at Prairie View A&M Universitys Civil Engineering Department
q AP mathematics courses (2 As and 1 B)
q AP physics courses (2 A's)
q Member, Fish Camp
q Attended high school writing courses
q Gave presentations in science fairs in 2003, 2004
q 3.3 High School G.P.A. (out of 4.0)
q Assistant Editor, School Paper
q Leader, Boy/Girl Scouts
q Member, G-Force Team
q Mentor, 5 students in grades 5-8
q Quarterback, High School Football Team
Plan to reach career goal:
q Obtain a B.S. in Civil Engineering with a double major in physics.
q Pass the examination for obtaining Professional Engineering License.
q Attend Prairie View A&M University.
q Work at PVAMU Research Centers as research intern.
q Work as a summer intern or co-op at a federal or industrial laboratory.
q Actively participate in Career Days.
q Form a community of students with similar goals and interests at PVAMU and across the U.S. through the Internet.
q Become an officer in the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Branch.
q Continue mentoring students in the ISD.
Action Items and Timelines:
q Specific tasks to be achieved with dates by which to achieve
VISION, GOALS, OBJECTIVES, ACTION PLANS
The difference between where we are (current status) and where we want to be (vision and goals) is what we do (target objectives and action plans).
Provide timely, accurate, and reliable information on Departmental Management.
Achieve excellent audit on 2004-2005 financial statements.
By 2006, complete updates of the laboratories and the curriculum to achieve total visibility and accurate valuation of educational services to students.
By 2007, achieve complete visibility of all the departments faculty, staff and students.
Provide our stakeholders, timely and periodic access to departmental information.
Enable improved services to our students, parents, schoolteachers, counselors and community leaders.
Adopt the Capability Maturity Modeling Integration (CMMI) for acquiring, managing, and providing equipment and personnel in support of our educational programs.
Systematically assess improvements in effectiveness, efficiency and productivity in all our operations.
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