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Tephanie is an overachiever in every aspect of her life, a daughter, a mother of three, a grandmother, and a student. Her passion for Psychology was her dream career since her youth. has been to be of service to others who need a helping hand. Her passion for psychology and life, in general, has driven her to major in psychology. Tephanie is working towards her BS in psychology and plans to either be a clinical positive psychologist or an abnormal psychologist. Tephanie prior to COVID 19 has worked several years with a client who has autism while raising a son who was deemed mentally delayed. Tephanie is also a lymphatic therapist and a message therapist, as well as a reiki master and has worked on a vast amount of clients with various issues ranging from pain or lymphatic disturbance to spiritual imbalance and cancer
Among some of her most notable skills are patience, processing a kind heart, a passion to help others who are going through an emotional time in their life. Not to mention Tephanie is bilingual speaking both Arabic and English
Hope all of this gives you an idea of who I am
1-Had my own mini healing center before the covid. Worked for years as an Empowerment Advisor or healer. Clients have been people dealing with stress, Autism, seeking spiritual or personal growth, goal making, etc. I had women empowerment meetups
2- I have a certificate as a Lymphedema therapist, Massage therapist, Holistic Therapist, and Life Coach
3- My hobbies bowling, Reiki healing, and intuitive work,
An additional extra credit assignment will be offered in week two and is the second part of this Bio extra credit assignment. If you do not complete this first part of the assignment you will not be able to participate in the 2nd part of the extra credit assignment because you will be missing information needed to complete part 2. Please take part in the extra credit assignments between the two assignments they equal 10 points, which is equal to one chapter discussion question assignment. In other words, if you miss a chapter discussion question for any reason these extra credit opportunities will offset that missing assignment in overall course grade.
Read the Professional Bio Writing 101 article posted below
Write your own professional Bio in a Word document, in paragraph form, double spaced, make sure to proofread it, save it in pdf format.
Post your Bio to your Canvas profile page and add a picture (preferably of yourself).
Add you CSUN email address to both the Canvas page and the BIO
Upload your bio document to this assignment link.
If you have correctly completed the extra credit assignment you will have updated your BIO to your Canvas profile, added a picture and also uploaded your BIO in pdf format to this assignment link.
PROFESSIONAL BIO WRITING 101 BY GEORGE M. PULLMAN / EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
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How to Write a Professional Bio as a College Student.
A well-written bio is a great tool to have in your professional toolkit. Whether for a job application, networking event, or as an introduction for future employers, your bio is a great way to share who you are and highlight your accomplishments. It can also be a great addition to your LinkedIn profile’s “Summary” section.
Depending on your year in college, your biography will vary in length and topics. For example, a senior may have more work or internship experience to write about than a first-year student, and can describe his/her job roles, skills, and professional interests. On the other hand, first-year students could focus their bio on their background, educational goals, and hobbies. In both cases, your bio should craft an engaging narrative that emphasizes your interests and personality.
Bios are written in the third person and are typically one or two paragraphs, depending on your level of experience. Your bio should start with your name and a quick sentence that describes your basic background. This can include your college, year in school, academic focus, and professional interest. Your bio should be brief, concise, and clear.
Establish a Background Story
Highlighting your background will give the reader an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of your personal narrative, which may not be evident on your resume. Also, consider including recent events, such as studying abroad or volunteering. Find a couple of moments in your life that have impacted your identity or interests, and briefly, mention them. This will personalize your bio and help you stand out from your peers.
Explain Your Interests
Next, you will want to elaborate on your interests. For students with a significant amount of professional experience, this will focus more on career goals. If you don’t feel you have enough job experience to write about or are not sure about your professional goals, describe your academic or extracurricular interests. Feel free to add any hobbies that highlight your uniqueness, such as painting, running marathons, or cooking. Remember, your personal biography is an area to describe your personality that is not as easily communicated on your resume.
Emphasize How You Can Add Value
Lastly, you want to end on a high note by emphasizing how you can add value. Depending on where you use this bio, this sentence or two can refer to adding value to a company, team, or event. Highlight your unique talents and skills that would interest your audience. Rather than explicitly stating, “I can add value by…,” share this message subtly. You want your reader to understand that you are a well-rounded individual and professional who can contribute significant knowledge and experience.
There is no order to include all of this information. Play with the format and see what works best for your narrative. Although it can be difficult to summarize your life in one paragraph, this is a useful tool for crafting a positive image of yourself for potential professional networks. Below are two examples:
Example 1 (for first-years and sophomores):
Alison Johnson is finishing her first year at DePaul University where she is interested in business. Although she has yet to declare a major, she’s considering finance or marketing. After watching her parents run a restaurant for years, she knew at a very young age that she also wanted to go into business. In high school, Alison waited tables at the family restaurant during the summer and was fascinated by the many working parts it takes to operate a successful business. From this experience, she learned the value of hard work, efficiency, and communication. In the future, she hopes to continue her parents’ legacy and run her own five-star restaurant in downtown Chicago. Alison spends her spare time singing in her church choir and cooking for friends and family.
Example 2 (for juniors and seniors):
Jared Smith is a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Latin America. His interest in international development began during the fall semester of 2012 when he had the opportunity to study abroad in Peru. He learned about the inequalities affecting indigenous communities, experienced the Peruvian culture, and became proficient in Spanish. Inspired by this international experience, Jared interned with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, conducting research on food security in Latin America. Jared aspires to pursue a career in international development and write policy for a government agency. When he is not busy reading about current affairs in Latin America, he enjoys playing intramural basketball and training for the Chicago marathon.
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