You will conduct an in-depth review of the course concepts regarding your personal calling and social intelligence, brainstorm project specifications, research critical elements, and develop a framework that will be the foundation for your Mastery Timeline that will be completed in Week 4of the course.
For this week’s project you will brainstorm, research and outline the following:
- Reflect upon your course of study at Full Sail University and complete the
Mastery Journey Framework Worksheets. Include topics such as three trends that
could shape your industry of choice, three current companies in your Mastery
field, three current leaders in your Mastery field, three technical requirements for
your field, and three possible paths of training/ education to gain entrance into
- Review career resources in your industry by using your Program's Resource
Guide (in FSO References) or career information websites like GetInMedia.com
and share three key insights about positions in your field.
- Use your networking skills to identify three possible mentors and three possible
internships/apprenticeships with name and contact information of hiring manager
(identified via LexisNexis Academic, LinkedIn or other source).
- Evaluate the Full Sail online course catalog and reflect upon how each course in
your degree program will tangibly enhance your Mastery Journey. Outline a
personal SWOT analysis of your current readiness in your chosen field and
provide at least 3 areas of focus and ways to develop each of those areas of the
SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats).
Bulleted responses are acceptable but professional aspects such as spelling and
punctuation are still critical. Use at least three research resources (with at least two of the
sources sourced through the Full Sail University library research databases such as
EBSCOhost and LexisNexis Academic)
Complete a Word Document that is 3-5 pages maximum
Assignment should be free of grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Cite all research sources in text and on reference page