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Elements of Accounting 1
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Date Created: 08/17/16
Memo TO: Mrs. Kay Hopkins, Academic Advisor FROM: Ashley Stoppleworth, Business 189 Student DATE: October 8, 2015 Re: Memorandum Assignment – Draft 1 Setting goals is an effective way to gauge success and failure. By actually writing them down, a  person is more likely to follow through with them. I am writing this memo in an effort to  acknowledge three of my goals. I will be identifying one goal of mine from the following  categories: academic, personal, and professional.  Goals Academic: To achieve a 3.7 or higher cumulative GPA over the course of my undergraduate  work at NDSU.  Personal: To attend one of my sister’s volleyball games by the end of her season, which is  October.  Professional: To create a professional resume for myself that I can use when applying for  internships next summer by the end of the Fall 2015 Semester.  How achievement of these goals will affect my life Doing well in school has always been important to me. In high school, I worked hard to maintain a perfect 4.0 cumulative GPA and because of that, was able to fulfill my goal of giving the  valedictorian honor address. I am placing the same importance on academics in college. I feel  that by maintaining a 3.7 or higher GPA in college, I will get the most out of classes possible and will be more prepared to take on the world after graduation.  Being away from home is tough. I know that I have to make more of an effort now to keep in  touch with my family since I am no longer under the same roof as them. By attending one of my  sister’s volleyball games before the end of the season, I can keep up a close relationship with her  and show her my support. On top of that, I will be able to catch up with the rest of my family as  they all attend her games.  My mom is a small business owner and she has always told me that experience is impressive  when she considers who she is going to hire. I want to make sure that I can get an internship next summer so that I have experience before graduating. I know that having a professional resume  will bring me one step closer to attaining an internship. 


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