Narratives with a Job Search
Your Business Portfolio
Project will be an asset when applying and interviewing for jobs.
The list below includes suggestions to include in the narratives
of your project to impress and inform possible employers of what
you can do for their company.
1. Decide what type of job
you are looking for and describe it, including your likes and
dislikes of certain vocational areas.
2. Discuss specific jobs that require talents that you have and
like to use.
3. Do self-analysis by describing your major characteristics as
factually as possible.
4. Compare the jobs you are looking for to the talents you possess.
5. Prove that you have the qualities and talents needed for the
job you are looking for by providing examples of your previous
college activities. Include the following:
problems you have encountered.
you did to deal with those problems.
resulted from your actions and what you learned from the activity.
This advice is from Norman
G. Shidle's book entitled The Art of Successful Communication.
Return to Table of Contents for The Narrative
Return to the Main Menu for the Consultants'