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The Building Blocks of Success

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Tian Carling

on 2 May 2017

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Transcript of The Building Blocks of Success

Back in September, I was asked to speak in front of many new freshman about my personal history and how I've found support on campus

My name was mentioned as a person that the SSS staff felt represents a successful SSS student
SSS Recognition Ceremony
The SSS office hosts a recognition/award ceremony at the end of each semester to celebrate the achievement of students in their program who receive a GPA above a 3.0
This is my second time being awarded by the SSS, however this time I achieved a 3.6 GPA for the Fall 2016 semester.
This is important to me not only because I received a 3.6 which was higher than my previous highest GPA of a 3.5, but also because I was able to have balance in all aspects of my life while achieving
Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honor Society)
This semester I declared English as a minor.

I was sent an email about applying to become a member of the English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta.

The requirements for becoming a member were:
3.5 GPA in the major/minor
At least 2 completed courses in English
An English major or minor
SSS Transition Panel
3 year plan
5 year plan
Move out of NYC and hopefully somewhere warm.
1 year plan
Have a full-time job in my career field by July 1st
Top 10 transferable skills
Strong initiative
Strong communication skills
Quick learner
Highlights of self-assessed skills
Comfortably speak to others you do not know
Manage people, delegate tasks, direct, oversee or motivate
Sell, negotiate, convince, promote or persuade
Eager to learn
Problem-solve, mediate or network with people
Knowing how to get along with different people/personalities
1, 3, and 5 year plans
Skills upon skills
The Building Blocks of my Success
Greatest strengths
Areas for improvement
Post-grad plans
Driver's permit & Driving lessons

Abercrombie & Fitch Manager in Training

Hostessing & Serving

Job interviews
Remembering long numerical sequences
Time management
Program knowledge (Excel and other programs required for jobs in my field)
Not letting temporary things get in the way of my success
Strong communication skills
Have a high-paying job and be on the most successful track yet
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