ENG315 Strayer Week 9 Professional Networking & Communications Discussion


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ENG 315: Professional Communications:

"Professional Networking"

Select ONE of the following:

  1. Discuss three (3) reasons for utilizing professional networking during the job-hunting process. Note: Some potential points to consider include: developing a professional network, experiences you had presenting your resume at a job fair, or interaction on professional networking websites such as Linkedin.
  2. If you do not have experience with professional networking, you should do some light research into your intended career field and discuss three (3) relevant professional organizations that may be a benefit to you when looking for a job following graduation.

SOC 450: Solutions to Global Issues:

One Breath at a Time

This week you watched three videos, each describing a type of pollution. Choose one of these three pollution types and explain two ways an individual person can make meaningful changes to prevent or alleviate it.  200 words please.

HIS 105: American History after 1865:

By the 1990s, the US was stepping into the “Information Age”. This would coincide with the presidency of Bill Clinton. One can also see this as a period when global connections really became more visible and faster, in part because of new trade agreements around the globe. In North America, there was NAFTA—the North American Free Trade Agreement. By the late 1990s the US economy was entering a dynamic period of growth.

Choose and discuss one of the following two topics related to the American history under President Clinton:

  1. Discuss opposing viewpoints about free trade during the 1990s.
    • For the period of the Clinton presidency, identify one view of those favoring “free trade” and one view of those who were opposed.
    • Explain how you would weigh the pros and cons of this policy. In hindsight, what is your view of NAFTA? Is globalization good?
    • Identify the source(s) where you read about these “free trade” issues of that time.
  2. Discuss the “economic rebound” of the late 1990s under President Clinton.
    • Identify three of the “package” of changes that characterized the economic boost of the “information revolution” in the late 1990s.
    • Discuss and explain what you think was the most important of these changes. What can we learn from that sort of period of economic rebound?
    • Identify the source(s) where you read about these changes during the late 1990s. For guidance, view this short video.
    • SOC 105: Society and the Media:
    • "What if Libraries Weren’t Public?"
    • Libraries and collections of information often exist for the public good. What do you think would happen if libraries of some types of information were privatized? Support your views with two or three reasons and/or examples. (Cite any sources you referenced.)  

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ENG 315: Professional Communication
Professional network entails using personal academic and professional contacts to assist
while looking for a job. Networking is usually very essential as it assists in getting information
about vacant jobs and also getting employed into various companies. Professional networking is
mostly created by creating a communication with colleagues at work, clients or even family and
friends. LinkedIn, a professional networking website is among the several networking sites that
have assisted individuals in the job sector. Records state that using LinkedIn has always been
beneficial to people seeking employments and boosting their career success. It is therefore
important to utilize professional networking during a job-hunting process to get information
about vacant jobs, boost a career success by acquiring more cli...

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