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goal reflection essay

Create a webpage on your portfolio called something informative and expressive (you’re free to use any descriptive name you’d like, but try to make it grab your audience’s attention!). Compose an essay about your goals that adheres to the following criteria:

  • close to 500 words
  • describes your original goals upon entering the program
  • describes your current goals
  • discusses how you goals have changed or stayed the same, and why

Here, you will look back in time to reflect on the educational goals you had upon entering the program and how those goals have changed (or not) since then. Start by finding the goal statement you used on your original application to your master’s program. You may have this on a flash drive, saved to your computer, or embedded on a website somewhere. Wherever it is, find it! If you can’t find your original application statement, do your best to remember what your goals were.

Here, you will look back in time to reflect on the educational goals you had upon entering the program and how those goals have changed (or not) since then. Start by finding the goal statement you used on your original application to your master’s program. You may have this on a flash drive, saved to your computer, or embedded on a website somewhere. Wherever it is, find it! If you can’t find your original application statement, do your best to remember what your goals were.

Here, you will look back in time to reflect on the educational goals you had upon entering the program and how those goals have changed (or not) since then. Start by finding the goal statement you used on your original application to your master’s program. You may have this on a flash drive, saved to your computer, or embedded on a website somewhere. Wherever it is, find it! If you can’t find your original application statement, do your best to remember what your goals were.

Here, you will look back in time to reflect on the educational goals you had upon entering the program and how those goals have changed (or not) since then. Start by finding the goal statement you used on your original application to your master’s program. You may have this on a flash drive, saved to your computer, or embedded on a website somewhere. Wherever it is, find it! If you can’t find your original application statement, do your best to remember what your goals were.

Here, you will look back in time to reflect on the educational goals you had upon entering the program and how those goals have changed (or not) since then. Start by finding the goal statement you used on your original application to your master’s program. You may have this on a flash drive, saved to your computer, or embedded on a website somewhere. Wherever it is, find it! If you can’t find your original application statement, do your best to remember what your goals were.