Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Program Week #4, By: Amber Beatty

LAST WEEK, our team accomplished the following:
1.We Prepared our windows by sanding them, taking the hardware off and  taping the Windows off which allowed us to practice the responsibility employ ability skill by being responsible in getting our work completed and done correctly.
2.We also had an manpower meeting and in that meeting we discussed the first of our three topics, which will allow us to practice the communication and professionalism employ ability skills because we are communicating with our career coaches in a professional way and in a professional place.
3.We did our estimating of our glass so our manager Nicole Lesser knows how much glass we will need for our window this ties into the accountability employ ability skill because we are being held accountable for getting our estimates in to Nicole so she can get us our glass for our window.
2.We got together our images for out Milwaukee statement and put together the collage that's going to go on the outside of our window.
3.We also got our frame color.
4.We blogged about the week before.
5.Some groups also started laying down their glass.
THIS WEEK, our team is going to accomplish the following:
1.We Will start laying our glass and gluing them on.
2.We will Be blogging about last week and this week.
3.We also will be doing our performance evaluations.
The employ ability skills for this week are:
-Staying on task
-Accepting constructive criticism
-Communicating and giving feedback and,
I really like my program so far. It's so fun and exciting I never really knew how the real work world was until I came here and then I finally opened my eyes and realized this is a serious work place and it's not just teaching us how to do art its teaching us how the real world is going to be in a real life work place just like this.
It was kinda easier than how I expected it to be but it's still REAL work not just play work or volunteering. I really feel this has changed the way I think about the REAL WORLD.
I just really want to thank Nicole for opening my eyes and letting me see the real life work force or should i call it REAL WORLD!

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