Details for your informational interviews are available in the assignments secti

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Details for your informational interviews are available in the assignments section of canvas. Please be sure to review the general information, sample questions/conversation ideas and best practices before arranging a time to interview an individual in a EXCERCISE/ HEALTH PROFESSION that is not a family member, undergraduate student, previous supervisor or someone you previously interviewed for HPEX 391/HPEX 395/HPEX 495.
Your submission must be at least a 500-word summary to ensure you’ve reflected upon and considered ideas and insight shared as it relates to you. include the name of the person being interviewed.
Select a person to interview and find out about his/her career path and passions.
Gain insight into what key questions need answered/problems need addressed moving forward in your field
Further your understanding of a potential career while gaining wisdom and insight from someone ‘who has walked the walk’
Submit a 500 word summary based on the interview. Write to reflect on your interview as if you were going to share the information with others who are seeking career advice. Provide information about your interviewee in these areas:
Who did you interview and why?
What organization does this person work for and what are their responsibilities?
What did you learn from the individual?
What does the person know now they wish they knew when they were younger?
What steps will you take to nurture the relationship after the interview?
some Informational Interview Questions:−What is a typical day like for you?−What is the most satisfying part of your job? Least?−Describe your career path.−How happy are you with your job here?−Would you choose to enter this field again? If not, what other field would you choose?−What would you most like to change about your position?−What is your educational background?−What courses best prepared you for this position?−What professional organizations do you recommend?−Knowing what you know now about your field, what courses or training would you have done differently?−What are the most valued skills in this field? How can I best obtain these skills?−What is your biggest responsibility, and how much pressure do you feel from this responsibility?−How do you feel your salary compares to other occupations with the same educational requirements, skills, and level of responsibility?−How much travel and/or geographic relocation is required in your field?−What was your first job in this field? What was the progression of jobs you had in order to get to your present position?−What is a lesson that you have learned as a professional in this field that you wished you had known when you were a student and/or new professional?−Can you suggest other people I might be able to interview who have similar career interests?

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