Jessi is versatile.
But if she had to pick:
- Safety and Health
- Environmental Management
- Quality Improvement
- Psychology and Behavior
- Education and Learning
Jessi, generally, is interested in learning.
Jessi also is really interested in authoring published work in my field... with her name on it.
She likes off-color humor, but she is culturally sensitive.
In this quality four-year program students immerse themselves in regionally accredited courses.
This is a highly selective residential high school. It offers teenage students college-level course work and unique exposure to academia, forward thinking, and responsibility.
In this non-degree program, previously degreed students participated in coursework that would prepare them to be highly-effective educators.
Some of the notable courses are Principles of Learning, Teaching in Diversity, Classroom Management, and Assessment and Prescriptive Teaching.
In the online program, students were required to research, read, write, and discuss relevant topics in several subject areas:
Training and Development
Fire Protection Technology
Air Quality Control
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Although she is not one to find the entertainment industry very entertaining, Jessi has ghostwritten quite a few pieces.
She feels very comfortable writing about career topics. Over the years, Jessi has given lots of advice and have had a few experiences. As an English teacher, writing about career writing is actually quite fun. The samples come from contracted content she completed as an assignment.
All my articles have been paid (or should-have-been-paid-but-conned) work. I enjoy writing articles about almost any topic, and I especially had fun writing this one about young entrepreneurs.
When Jessi wrote the following press release, it was her first.She had to teach herself the format. She was surprised when she learned that a lot of companies issue press releases just as content on their sites. She enjoys the creative challenge of including a sales pitch without it being TOO gimmicky.
Jessi was a bit out of her element with the assignment of outright advertising for something that she had very little information about and no experience with. She tried her best.